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WIll Hink performing songs written by women in the Bergami Center, West Haven, March 25, 2023.

Myatt Center hosts Open Mic Night in honor of the artistry of Women

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor March 28, 2023

Coffee and treats were laid out in the Bergami Center of Science, Technology and Innovation. Diversity Peer Educators (DPE’s) from the Myatt Center of Diversity and Inclusion along with members of the...

Sen. Blumenthal addresses the crowd alongside Henry C. Lee, West Haven, March 21, 2023.

University granted $1 million toward further combating gun violence

Mia Adduci, Managing Editor March 22, 2023

“It takes a whole community to combat gun violence” according to Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.). West Haven, Conn. has now been given a platform to become such a community, as a product of a new...

Quashawn Lane shoots a freethrow, West Haven, March 4, 2023.

Men’s basketball loses NE-10 final in rematch vs. Saint Anselm

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor March 7, 2023

New Haven men’s basketball’s quest for their first conference championship in school history will continue another year after their 65-54 loss to Saint Anselm in the NE-10 championship game. Conference...

Benjamin Norodom speaks at the Skate Club Meeting, West Haven, March 7, 2023.

UNH Skate Club rolls onto campus

March 7, 2023

Everybody should buckle up because a newly Recognized Student Organization (RSO) is rolling onto campus. Make room for the University of New Haven Skate Club, which recently had their first general meeting...

Men’s basketball advances to Northeast-10 championship with 59-42 win over SNHU

Men’s basketball advances to Northeast-10 championship with 59-42 win over SNHU

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor March 3, 2023

Winning in the playoffs is never an easy task, especially while facing the number one team in the conference on their home court. Every moment of the game matters and one play could be the difference between...

The 19th Amendment flag and American flag fly over the Marvin K. Peterson Library, West Haven, March 2, 2023.

University kicks off Women’s History Month with lineup of women leaders at annual flag raising

Justin Coviello , Campus News Editor March 2, 2023

As the 19th Amendment flag flapped in the wind outside of the Marvin K. Peterson Library, the voices of some of the powerful women on campus cut through the brisk March air to elevate their peers and bring...

Carhartt Fashion Show ends Engineers Week on the runway

Carhartt Fashion Show ends Engineer’s Week on the runway

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor February 27, 2023

WNHU 88.7’s DJ table was front-and-center near the German Club stage creating an upbeat atmosphere for the Carhartt Fashion Show. Event manager for the show Lucas Nunez, a senior civil engineering major,...

The Alumni Lounge filled with participants of the No More Chemo Rally, West Haven, Feb. 23, 2023.

No More Chemo Rally takes on Twisted Thursday

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor February 24, 2023

Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” played in the Alumni Lounge, putting a smile on Charge Through the Night for St. Jude Treasurer Nicholas Grassi’s face. Smiles popped onto the faces of more members when...

New Havens Lindsay Hogan against Saint Anselm, West Haven, Feb. 21, 2023.

WBB wins 67-59 over Saint Anselm in regular-season finale

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor February 22, 2023

The New Haven women’s basketball team closed out the 2022-23 season on a high note, coming away with a 67-59 win over Saint Anselm College. A dominant display of offense in the second half carried them...

MSA members at their Syrian Aid table, West Haven, February 16, 2023.

Muslim Student Association coordinates drives to provide relief for those affected by earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

Justin Coviello, Campus News Editor February 21, 2023

After a catastrophic series of earthquakes that devastated the populations of Turkey and Syria, the University of New Haven came together to do their part and send over supplies. Leading the civil engagement...

A sunset in Sweden, Feb. 11, 2023.

When the flame burns low; how to deal with burnout abroad

Stephen Gangi , Executive Business Manager February 21, 2023

As I am writing this, I am sitting alongside the city wall in a small park–– one that I recently discovered from the local inhabitants of Prato. It is located right outside the city center and, though...

The cover of Acer Turk’s latest EP, Feb. 17, 2023.

Solo artist takes on new name, kicks off new era with EP ‘Flame Feelings’

Mia Adduci, Managing Editor February 21, 2023

Sometimes, finally releasing a new artistic project feels “just cathartic as hell,” and for Ace Turk, formerly known as Dakotaxela, creating his hot off-the-press EP “Flame Feelings” was just...

An Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation flag, on the German Club flagpole.

An Indigenous student’s thoughts surrounding campus inclusivity

Justin Coviello , Campus News Editor February 21, 2023

The University of New Haven rests on forgotten land. Before European colonists came to a pre-colonial United States, the campus grounds we walk on were inhabited entirely by Indigenous Americans, including...

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