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BSU Presents Wild ‘N Out

Christina Genovese, Staff Writer
February 18
Filed under Student Life

Wild ‘N Out, hosted by the Black Student Union as one event in the series to celebrate Black History Month, took place on Wednesday (Feb. 7) from 6:30-8:30 in Bucknall Theater. Student teams participated, competing for recognition as the best as well as lots of laughs from the audience, in various r...

College Republicans Host Their First Event

College Republicans Host Their First Event

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor
February 18
Filed under Student Life

Wednesday evening, the College Republicans hosted their first event as a recognized club. The Law Behind Executive Orders took place in Maxcy 309, and was co-hosted by the College Republicans and the Legal Society. Students in attendance were given a list of the most controversial recent executiv...

Angelli, Swift Debate for USGA President

Angelli, Swift Debate for USGA President

Glenn Rohrbacker, Editor in Chief
February 17
Filed under Campus News and Events, Student Life, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven, USGA

Current USGA Treasurer, Nicolette Angelli, and current USGA Vice President of Operations, Michael Swift, answered questions in a debate before their peers to see who would be the best candidate to be Undergraduate Student Government Association President. Moderated by current USGA President, Samanth...

St. Jude’s Brings “Kay Kafe” to UNH

St. Jude’s Brings “Kay Kafe” to UNH

Christina Genovese, Staff Writer
February 14
Filed under Student Life, University of New Haven

The University of New Haven’s Up ‘til Dawn E-board hosted its first Kay Kafe on Thursday during dinner. The event took place in the Bartels Dining Hall, which served the favorite foods of the Children’s Hospital. Students got the chance to see what Up ‘til Dawn is all about from the information...

Painting a Picture of Solidarity

Sarah Costello, Staff Writer
February 9
Filed under Student Life

Last Wednesday (Feb. 1) the sisters of the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha Inc. (SIA) hosted Solidarity Painting to bring students together and unify the campus. As the old saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words” and the multiple artists that attended the event h...

College of Arts and Sciences hosts Creative Arts for Social Change

College of Arts and Sciences hosts Creative Arts for Social Change

Kayra Coulden, Contributing Writer
February 9
Filed under Student Life

The University of New Haven’s College of Arts and Sciences, along with the English Department and NAACP, hosted Creative Arts for Social Change on Thursday, February 2, where performance and poetry took the stage leaving the audience speechless. The night began with Sierrah Smalls, W.R.I.T.E Poetry...

Panhellenic Council’s Host Spring Recruitment

Panhellenic Council’s Host Spring Recruitment

Karina Kruhl, Student Life Editor
February 9
Filed under Student Life

Panhellenic recruitment ran this past week, encompassing four panhellenic organizations on campus: Chi Kappa Rho, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Sigma Sigma, and Delta Phi Epsilon. The theme across all of Panhel was Disney, specifically focusing on the princesses and fairytales. Each sorority represented a...

Resident Assistants on Recruiting New Staff

Resident Assistants on Recruiting New Staff

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor
January 31
Filed under Student Life

RA recruitment has begun and information sessions ran this past week. In the spirit of the recruitment, two current RA’s, Lisa LaFountaine and Justin Gaumond, took the time to reflect about their application process and their current positions. LaFountaine said about her decision to become a...

Twisted Thursdays Are Back

Twisted Thursdays Are Back

Lauren Cohen, Staff Writer
January 31
Filed under Student Life

This week kicked off the first Twisted Thursday event of the spring semester. Various students gathered around to eat pancakes and play various board games. The Center for Student Engagement, Leadership, and Orientation and various Recognized Student Organizations typically coordinate Twisted Thursday eve...

Why Students Are Going Rec

Why Students Are Going Rec

Caitlin Carney, Staff Writer
January 31
Filed under Student Life

The David A. Beckerman Recreation Center, more popularly known as the REC Center, is the largest student employer on campus and their hiring process has officially begun for the spring semester.   The REC Center offers many different entry-level jobs for students. Students can be hired as...

MIC Brings Metal Back to UNH

MIC Brings Metal Back to UNH

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor
January 31
Filed under Student Life

Unfamiliar sounds could be heard coming through the doors of the German Club, as Music Industry Club hosted its first metal show in several years. The show featured four bands: Currents, Idle Lives, Before I Turn, and Spillway. Friday night, MIC, in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society, hosted ...

National Compliment Day

National Compliment Day

Christina Genovese, Staff Writer
January 31
Filed under Student Life

A wonderful way to brighten someone’s day, or your own, is with a compliment. Compliments give us confidence, and validate our hard work. Both the receiver and the giver of the complement feel good, and it shows admiration and appreciation. National Compliment Day was brought to the University of New Hav...

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