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Black community at University of New Haven speaks out about lack of Black faculty on campus

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor February 22, 2021

In a year where overwhelming racial unrest has taken place in the U.S. and in the University of New Haven’s own backyard, increasing faculty diversity has become a priority this year for college campuses...

Bartels Gives Student

Bartels Gives Student “All Lives Matter” To-Go Box

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor October 12, 2020

Since the Black Lives Matter movement was established in 2013, there has been dispute over people responding to the movement with the phrase “All Lives Matter.” The Black Lives Matter movement was...

The Problem With the

The Problem With the “Blue Lives Matter” Movement

Khaaliq Crowder, Staff Writer March 8, 2017

I see many students on this campus walk around with “Blue Lives Matter” apparel; from the hats to the t-shirts to the pants and even the flag in their room seen showing it off via social media, it’s...

The Cinema: Why Going to the Movies Still Matters

Cameron Hines March 13, 2013

The movie theater: the archetype for being with friends, spending money and going on dates in middle school. There’s really nothing like going to the movies: whether it is an enjoyable experience or...

University panel sparks discussion on the perception of policing

University panel sparks discussion on the perception of policing

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor February 25, 2021

Since the Black Lives Matter protests in the spring of 2020, phrases such as “defund the police” and “abolish the police” have been heard often. The call to reform the police system has been around...

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Carrie Robinson joins university as new director of The Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2021

2020: the year of a pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests, a presidential election and a riot has finally come to a close. As 2021 begins a new chapter, so is the University of New Haven, with the recent...

Students voice a need for change following D.C. riots

Students voice a need for change following D.C. riots

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor January 19, 2021

On Jan. 6, the nation watched as supporters of President Donald Trump rioted in Washington D.C., storming and looting the Capitol building. In the following days, several University of New Haven staff...

How Millennials and Gen Z are impacting the election

How Millennials and Gen Z are impacting the election

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor November 2, 2020

Experts have been debating how the results of the 2020 presidential election will change education, but America’s students may be the ones changing the election. Matthew Schmidt, national security...

Final debate makes one thing Clear; America’s character is on the line.

Final debate makes one thing Clear; America’s character is on the line.

Mia Steadman, Contributing Writer October 26, 2020

The final presidential debate kicked off Thursday night with moderator and NBC anchor and correspondent, Kristen Welker, determined to not have a redo of the first, chaotic debate, which left few voters...

The NBA Finals: A season of firsts

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor October 12, 2020

The stage has been set for NBA finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat to conclude what has been an eventful NBA season unlike any other. The path that these two teams took to get here...

Let’s Talk Media!: Discussion on Racial Consciousness

Let’s Talk Media!: Discussion on Racial Consciousness

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor September 28, 2020

The recent revival in activism for the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked needed discussions on race and discrimination. University New Haven communications professor Wayne Edwards recently worked...

Recap of the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards

Recap of the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards

Serena Piervincenzi , Contributing Writer September 24, 2020

“Welcome to the ‘pandemmies,’ you know what they say, you can’t have a virus without a host.” As Jimmy Kimmel began his opening speech at the 72nd Emmy Awards ceremony, he turned to his...

Lorenzo Boyd—who he is and where he wants to take the university

Lorenzo Boyd—who he is and where he wants to take the university

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2020

Amid the Black Lives Matter movement, Steven Kaplan, UNH president, announced the school had hired Lorenzo Boyd as vice president for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer. Some students...

Kamala Harris: A possible step toward a demographic shift

Kamala Harris: A possible step toward a demographic shift

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-In-Chief August 31, 2020

In an Aug. 11 announcement, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden named Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, making her the first Black female vice-presidential candidate. If the ticket wins,...

A Student's Controversial Comments Ignite Potential Change on Campus

A Student’s Controversial Comments Ignite Potential Change on Campus

As passionate crowds take to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd and those affected by police brutality in the United States, the University of New Haven is taking action against a class of...

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