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Employees speak out at the rally, West Haven, Feb. 19, 2024.

University employees make waves in ongoing battle for new contract

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor February 26, 2024

As negotiations for better pay, benefits and a signed union contract continue between the university and its dining and facilities workers, employees have taken two steps to spread awareness about their...

President Jens Frederiksen poses for his headshot, West Haven, Feb. 12, 2024.

President-elect Frederiksen discusses background, outlook for university under his leadership

Tyler Wells, Publisher February 19, 2024

He was born in Denmark, grew up in Luxembourg and lived throughout Europe, and Jens Frederiksen’s life has taken him well beyond those borders. He arrived in the United States 24 years ago on a tennis...

Associate Dean Michael Rossi poses for his headshot, West Haven, Feb. 15, 2024.

The retirement of Michael Rossi

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor February 15, 2024

Associate Dean for Faculty and Curriculum Michael Rossi recently announced he would retire at the end of the 2024 spring semester. He announced his decision to the campus community via email. Rossi...

Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson speaking in Bucknall Theater, West Haven, Feb. 10, 2024.

Chief Justice sparks inspiration on second visit to campus

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2024

Bias is a growing issue in the legal system, Conn. Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson said last week to a packed Bucknall Theater. In fact, Robinson said the initial impression and implicit...

President Jens Frederiksen poses for his headshot, West Haven, Feb. 12, 2024.

University announces Jens Frederiksen as new president

Tyler Wells, Publisher February 12, 2024

On Monday, the University of New Haven announced Jens Frederiksen as the seventh president in university history. Frederiksen will formally take over the role at the end of the academic year, according...

Electric scooter on campus by Peterson Library, West Haven, Jan. 30, 2024.

University bans electric scooters from campus

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor February 5, 2024

Students have been vocal about a recent university ban on electric scooters, both for and against the rule. These vehicles are the main source of travel and are especially popular with the university’s...

Sodexo workers and students at protest for Sodexo workers on Bartels patio, West Haven, Jan. 30, 2024.

Student stand in solidarity advocating for university employees

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor February 5, 2024

Some university students have picked a side in the Sodexo employees and university facilities workers’ push for better working conditions. Last Tuesday, the Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA)...

Unite HERE 217 and UNH Sodexo workers protest outside Marketplace, West Haven, Jan. 24, 2024.

Sodexo and facilities employees protest workers’ rights during student move-in

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor January 29, 2024

Jan. 16 started like any other move-in day, with all students preparing to say goodbye to their families and move back to the university for the new semester. And it was a regular move-in day until the...

HIV/AIDS free testing hosted by NAACP at the German Club, West Haven, Dec. 5, 2023.

NAACP brings resources to students, offers free HIV testing

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor December 12, 2023

On Tuesday, Dec. 5, the university’s NAACP branch hosted a three-hour HIV testing event in the German Club. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People works to host events that...

Members of the USGA e-board, West Haven, Sept. 22, 2023.

The goals, triumphs and touching moments of the 2023-24 USGA E-board

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor December 11, 2023

All year, members of the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) are involved in the community. Students see USGA members at large-scale events such as Involvement Fairs, along with their own...

Palestine Silent Protest hosted by MSA in Maxcy Quad, West Haven, Nov. 29, 2023.

Student body unites over advocacy for Palestine

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief December 4, 2023

Aiya Chahid stood on the edges of the university seal, surrounded by over 50 of her peers. Despite the wind filtering through the Maxcy Quad, the vice president of the Muslim Student Association (MSA)...

Student employment opportunities arise

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor December 4, 2023

With the fall 2023 semester ending, students are gearing up to build semester schedules and looking for internships or on-campus jobs. There are a variety of student jobs for next semester and next year. Orientation...

Military and Veterans Affair Office collecting toys in the Rec Center for Toys for Tots, West Haven, Dec. 1, 2023.

Campus Military Veterans talk about community outreach

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor December 4, 2023

Inside the Beckerman Recreation Center, there is a box where students and staff can donate small and large children’s toys for kids in the area. This is part of Toys for Tots, hosted by the Marine Corps....

Jason Howell Jr. during International Student Education Week, West Haven, Nov. 16, 2023.

University hosts second annual International Education Week

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor November 20, 2023

The university just wrapped up one of their biggest weeklong events of the year: International Student Education Week. This week’s function served as a way to recognize all of the international students...

2024 Commencement to be moved to Zolad Stadium

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2023

The university is keeping commencement in its backyard for the class of 2024, having recently announced that this year’s graduation ceremonies will be taking place at Kathy Zolad Stadium, which the Commencement...

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