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Five books that you definitely used SparkNotes for in high school, but should read now

Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief October 4, 2022

Spoon River Anthology (1915) – Edgar Lee Masters This lesser-known book is worth reading. “Spoon River Anthology” is a collection of short free-verse poems, which are epitaphs in the graveyard of...

Sisters of Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority pose for a picture, West Haven, Sept. 21, 2022.

University students discuss importance of Hispanic Heritage Month

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor October 4, 2022

The University of New Haven’s education surrounding cultural and ethnic diversity spans far beyond the walls of its intimate classrooms. For many students on campus, Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) represents...

Theater department prepares for fall production of ‘The Hatmaker’s Wife’

Presley DePugh, Contributing Writer September 27, 2022

The university’s fall production of “The Hatmaker’s Wife” is underway as the theater department held auditions for their upcoming show on Sept. 12 in Bucknall Theater. Three days later, the first...

The front of the Beckerman Recreation Center, West Haven, Sept. 21, 2022.

Charger Rec Center celebrates 15 years on campus

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 27, 2022

Fifteen years following their grand opening in the spring of 2008, the Beckerman Recreation Center continues to explore new ways to celebrate the university community and the impact the Rec Center has...

Artwork of a polar bear on display at Cheryl Gross gallery, West Haven, Sept. 15, 2022.

‘Precipice of Extinction’ gallery show encourages student action for environmental change

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 20, 2022

On Sept. 15, Cheryl Gross, distinguished illustrator, artist and writer, hosted “Commit to Memory: Precipice of Extinction,” an informal gathering in the Seton Gallery of Dodd’s Hall. Upon arrival,...

University marching band members perform, West Haven, Sept. 10, 2022

New Haven marching band embodies hard work and dedication

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 20, 2022

The University of New Haven marching band has been a staple of half-time at all home football games over the last decade. It was formed in 2009, beginning with only 20 members after football was brought...

A student speaks with an employer at the Career Fair, West Haven, Sept. 15, 2022

Students attend first in-person Career Fair since COVID-19

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 20, 2022

After two years of anticipation, the Career Development Center (CDC) has returned to host their first in-person Career Fair since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Sept. 15, students anxiously...

Outside of the Myatt Center, West Haven, Sept. 3, 2022

Myatt Center encourages students to seek efforts of diversity and inclusion on campus

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 20, 2022

The Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion, located in the Bixler/Gerber quad on campus, is designed to promote cultural diversity by spreading awareness and education about inclusivity at the university. Ian...

An inflatable from the Inflatable Fun Fest sits on the Bixler/Gerber quad, West Haven, Sept. 17.

Annual Family Day festivities take main campus by storm

Presley DePugh, Contributing Writer September 20, 2022

At 9 a.m. on Saturday, University of New Haven students and their families filed into the Beckerman Recreation Center to check in for Family Day. Activities ranging from lawn games to craft corners were...

Francos Fried Dough-Licious food truck at WestFest, West Haven, Sept. 3, 2022

WestFest gathers university and surrounding community for end-of-summer celebration

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 13, 2022

On Sept. 3, the University of New Haven’s Mayor’s Advisory Commission hosted WestFest, an annual festival that was held in Old Grove Park this year. The event is designed to unite the university...

Students sit in Gerber/Bixler Quad during Welcome Week, Sept. 1, West Haven

CSELO’s Welcome Week celebrates university community

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 13, 2022

As the start of a new semester and year are in full swing, the events of this year's Welcome Week have united the university community, students and faculty alike. The Center for Student Engagement, Leadership...

56th annual CMT Music Awards announces this year’s nominations and winners

Antoinette Yen , Entertainment Editor April 27, 2022

The 56th annual CMT Music Awards were held in Nashville, Tennessee on April 11, with hosts Kelsea Ballerini, Kane Brown and Anthony Mackie. The CMT Music Awards are the only awards show in country music...

Harry Styles performs at Coachella weekend one, April 16, 2022.

Harry Styles owns Coachella, releasing two singles live on night one

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 27, 2022

Perspective Harry Styles, one of this year’s Coachella headliners, kicked off one of the country’s largest music festivals with a performance that set the bar incredibly high. Not only did the artist...

University students to host Music Intervention Jam

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 27, 2022

For those seeking a music excursion in the surrounding community, a group of university students are scheduled to host The Music Intervention Jam on May 4 in Woodbridge, Conn. The lineup spotlights...

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Wheeler Walker Jr. is gaudy, awful, inappropriate and the best singer-songwriter in Nashville

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor April 27, 2022

Perspective Wheeler Walker Jr. is an American country music singer whose songs are marked by sexually-explicit and profanity-riddled content. Walker Jr. shatters all expectations and crafts albums that...

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