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J&J vaccine production plummets: What this could mean for college students

J&J vaccine production plummets: What this could mean for college students

Samuel Weinmann, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

Fifteen million doses of the Johnson and Johnson (J&J) vaccine were thrown away at a major Baltimore facility, following costly employee errors. Rollout of the J&J vaccine has quickly slowed...

Bixler Hall outbreak and increase in cases forces New Haven to move to yellow alert status

Bixler Hall outbreak and increase in cases forces New Haven to move to yellow alert status

Elisa D’Egidio, Staff Writer March 4, 2021

The University of New Haven has had a recent increase of positive COVID-19 cases and has changed its status on the COVID Dashboard from green to yellow on Mar. 2. If the alert status turns to orange, all...

NY Gov Cuomo Aims to Reopen Broadway and other Arts Organizations

NY Gov Cuomo Aims to Reopen Broadway and other Arts Organizations

Tiara Starks, Entertainment Editor February 11, 2021

The state of New York will undertake an extensive COVID-19 testing plan as a way to help facilitate the reopening of arts organizations across the state including the city’s previously shuttered Broadway...

Spring sports prepare for season amid pandemic

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues, spring varsity sports at the University of New Haven are confident that teams will see competition in the coming months. With students returning to campus, the athletic...

The new UNH logo that can be found in front of Maxcy Hall

Students reflect on the fall semester

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor November 16, 2020

This was a semester like no other. Students had to adjust to campus life amid a pandemic. This called for new guidelines such as online or hybrid classes, online events and limited social interaction. Since...

How have students’ academic lives been affected by university COVID adjustments?

How have students’ academic lives been affected by university COVID adjustments?

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor November 16, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of New Haven shifted to, approximately, a 30 percent remote learning format in order to “minimize any disruption of the academic calendar and student...

Can science and the U.S. government coexist?

Can science and the U.S. government coexist?

Cameron Hailey, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

Last week, President Donald J. Trump, referred to his top epidemiologist, Anthony Fauci, and other leading scientists as “idiots.” As unbelievable as it may seem in 2020, the U.S. government and science...

Maintaining Halloween spirit on campus

Maintaining Halloween spirit on campus

Beth Beaudry , Student Life Editor October 26, 2020

Halloween during a pandemic may be different, but it is not canceled. At least, not completely. University of New Haven faculty and student leaders are doing all that they can to host Halloween programs...

The University of New Haven prepares for Halloween amidst COVID+ cases on campus

The University of New Haven prepares for Halloween amidst COVID+ cases on campus

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor October 26, 2020

With Halloween approaching, the University of New Haven division of student affairs is taking action to keep cases from rising after the surge of COVID+ cases on campus. A statement from dean of students...

Day 14/14: The finale

Day 14/14: The finale

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer October 22, 2020

It is the final day. The culmination of two weeks of isolation comes together during the final 24 hours. It is met with nothing but a boring day and rising anxiety around the desire to get out; life...

Day 13/14: So, so close

Day 13/14: So, so close

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer October 20, 2020

Finally, the penultimate day has arrived, bringing with it one of the final two full days within the quarantine. With under 48 hours to go until we are able to leave, the excitement continues to build. The...

Day 12/14: Importance of positivity

Day 12/14: Importance of positivity

Tyler Wells , Contributing Writer October 19, 2020

We are now deep within the final stretch of this 14-day quarantine, as the twelfth day brings renewed energy and excitement towards the end. Something that has stood out to me throughout these 12...

Day 11/14: The value of being alone

Day 11/14: The value of being alone

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer October 18, 2020

Day 11 welcomes a distinct feeling of anxiety towards finally leaving. Tuesday is the final day, and it is just barely over the horizon. I think that there is some level of importance in quarantine,...

Day 10/14: Food for thought

Day 10/14: Food for thought

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer October 17, 2020

The 10th day of quarantine marks the beginning of the end; this is the final stretch as the end of the 14 days approaches. I have reached the point where I am no longer shedding the virus (according...

Students get day off classes to “recharge”

Students get day off classes to “recharge”

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor October 16, 2020

While trying to balance mid-semester stress and additional anxiety that COVID-19 has caused, students asked for -- and received -- a much needed day off. On Oct. 12, university President Steven Kaplan...

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