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President Frederiksen’s office in Maxcy Hall, West Haven, April 17, 2024.

President Frederiksen tackles a day in the office

Erin Smith, Politics Editor April 22, 2024

The day starts around 8 a.m. with a cup of coffee in a white, basic cup. New university president Jens Frederiksen is sitting in his office that overlooks the Maxcy Quad where there is little decoration...

Ashley Sullivan poses in front of Beckerman Recreation Center, West Haven, April 6, 2024.

Accepting your flaws is part of your growth

Ashley Sullivan, Contributing Writer April 8, 2024

Living with a skin condition has given me a superpower, but I don’t think anyone wants this particular power. From yards away, I know I am being stared at. The beach in the summer, shorts at the gym...

Women’s History Month flag hanging above Kathy Zolad Stadium, West Haven, March 23, 2024.

USGA hosts Phenomenal Women’s Celebration to end Women’s History Month

Mikaela Motz, Staff Writer March 25, 2024

On Friday, the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) held the Phenomenal Women’s Celebration, which honored female students, staff and faculty workers. To mark Women’s History Month,...

Aurora Deshaies goes up for a layup against Bentley, West Haven, Jan. 27, 2024.

Aurora Deshaies leaving a legacy in women’s basketball

Mikaela Motz, Staff Writer February 26, 2024

A native of Syracuse, N.Y., Aurora Deshaies has been a member of the women’s basketball team for five years. As a strong forward for the team, Deshaies is just the fourth player in program history...

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...

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)...

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....

The set of The Three Sisters play in Bucknall Theater, Nov. 15, 2023.

Theater Arts Program presents “Three Sisters” production

Jeiry De La Cruz-Reynoso, Staff Writer November 20, 2023

“Three Sisters” is a play written by Russian writer Anton Chekhov in 1900 that follows the titular sisters going through hardship in an unspecified time period. The play was translated by Madeleine...

Wellness fair on the Bixler/Gerber quad, West Haven, Oct. 10, 2023.

Student organization petitions to add wellness days into academic calendar

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor November 13, 2023

The Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) are circulating a petition asking for wellness days to be added to the University of New Haven’s academic calendar. During the Student Committee of...

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women flag in front of Kathy Zolad Stadium, West Haven, Nov. 1, 2023

Student leaders commemorate Native American Heritage Month

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor November 6, 2023

The first of November was welcomed with cold weather while the beginning of Native American Heritage Month was welcomed with a flag raising. Despite the cold temperatures, people went to the German Club...

The New Haven women’s golf team celebrating their first NE-10 title, West Haven, Nov. 1, 2023.

Women’s golf earns first NE-10 title in program’s second season

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor November 6, 2023

The New Haven women’s golf team started their inaugural season just last year and finished last out of seven teams in the conference championship. Despite the novelty of the program and the result of...

LGBTQIA+ flag in front of Marvin K. Peterson Library, West Haven, Oct. 2, 2023.

Sun shines down on LGBTQIA+ history month flag raising

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor October 9, 2023

The Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosted the LGBTQIA+ flag raising in front of the Marvin K. Peterson Library. Sam Ortiz, the Myatt Center director, introduced everyone to the event before bringing...

New Haven field hockeys starting lineup, West Haven, Oct. 1, 2023.

Field Hockey shutout in 4-0 loss to Bloomsburg

Nicholas O'Brien, Contributing Writer October 3, 2023

Coming off a win against American International College on Saturday, Sept. 30, the New Haven field hockey team was looking to gain some momentum. On Sunday, Oct. 1, the Chargers faced off against Bloomsburg...

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