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Undergrad Is Enough For Me

Undergrad Is Enough For Me

Khaaliq Crowder
November 2
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

First of all, let me say that I love getting an education. Sitting in a college class is definitely an eye-opener for me as I’m always being taught new things, new events that happened in history or even a new vocabulary. However, to be honest, there is only so much I can take of it. I run into ma...

Oh, What an Election

Leeandre Richards
October 19
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

I could talk about the presidential debate and how lucky we are to have two highly opinionated candidates, but I rather not. The reason being that whoever gets chosen as the next president, out of our current candidates, doesn’t matter because the country will suffer either way. People are...

Open Your Mind

Mirinda Osmen
October 19
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

No matter your opinion on anything, there is one thing that unites everyone on this planet: we are all humans. Where you have been, what you have experienced and all the memories attached are stories to be told. One can never run out of things to experience, foods to try, places to go, people...

America is Already Great

Meghan Mahar
October 19
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

My name is Meghan Mahar. I am a freshman at U.N.H. In the spring, I will formally declare my double major in Marketing and Business Management. I am in the University's Honors Program. I love New Haven, I was raised in Connecticut, and it's all I've ever known. Up until...

Not So Common Courtesy

Karina Krul
October 13
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

When did our generation lose the ability to be considerate human beings? We act like everyone else is below us, but why? When did it become cool to completely disregard the people around you? College students just no longer think about anyone, but themselves. We are all guilty of it in some way, at ...

PSA: Don’t Kill Your Roommate

Mirinda Osmen
October 13
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

It has reached the point in the semester where roommate quirks stop being quirky and start being way too frustrating. That first time they should have taken out the trash was understandable, but it has happened a few too many times now. Didn’t clear the sink? Comes home late and turns on all the light...

Stop Clowning Around

Caitlin Carney
October 13
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

They used to be comedic relief in circuses, but now they are everyone’s biggest fear. You know exactly what I’m talking about. Clowns. Over the past few months, people dressed as clowns have been spotted across the country and it is not funny anymore. They are here to commit crimes and cause ...

Struggles of Parking

Leeandre Richards
October 13
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Parking is such a hassle to deal with every day. It doesn't matter if you're faculty or a student, there is still a lot of people who have to search high and low for a parking space on campus. I do want to say that everyone deserves a parking space if you are not a freshman that lives on campus. As far as...

U.N.H. vs. Sheriff Clarke

Alessia Bicknese
October 8
Filed under Opinion & Editorials, Sheriff Clarke Controversy, University of New Haven

Throughout this entire week, speculation has roamed around Sheriff David Clarke, President Kaplan, and the University of New Haven as a whole. From the standpoint of the student body, individuals became enraged over the fact that President Kaplan allegedly rescinded an invitation sent to Sheriff Clarke...

Why I Want to Study Abroad

Caitlin Carney
October 5
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Why do I want to study abroad so desperately? A better question would be; why would I NOT want to study abroad? In the most literal sense, studying abroad allows you to travel to a new land. This is also incredibly exciting because you get to learn about a different culture as well as see some absolut...

The Power of Control

Leeandre Richards
October 5
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Why do we fight for something that is lost to us? Why do we work hard for a dream that is out of our reach? Some may say that it is because we want to control our lives. Control can either make us into the people that we are meant to be or it can break us down to our primal instincts. It is something that...

Power of Protein

Alessia Bicknese
October 5
Filed under Opinion & Editorials

As someone who has previously struggled with weight issues, it’s safe to say I’ve tried 8 out 10 dieting strategies. From Garcinia Cambogia supplements, to CLA’s, to Weight Watchers, to liquid-only meal plans, to cayenne pepper mixed with maple syrup three times a day, to vegetarianism and fin...

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