Radium Watches
By Mary Rudzis, SCSU Journalism student Mary Rudzis, journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2017 as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World War I. Products allowing soldiers to tell time in the trenches of World War I resulted in Connecticut women being poisoned. Known […]

WWI Production Poisoned CT “Radium Girls”


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By Jeniece Roman and Matthew Johnson, SCSU Journalism students Jeniece Roman and Matthew Johnson, journalism students at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2017 as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World War I. After one of the longest and bloodiest battles of World War I, Pvt. Vincent […]

Bloodiest Battle Left CT Soldier With Shell Shock


By Melissa Nunez, SCSU Journalism student Melissa Nunez, a journalism student at Southern Connecticut State University, reported this story in 2017 as part of Journalism Capstone coursework on World War I. While training to serve in World War I, Bristol architect Harold Hayden continued work designing game booths for Lake […]

The WWI Veteran Behind Bristol’s Soldiers’ Memorial Monument