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An unfortunately believable, but fake, news story

An unfortunately believable, but fake, news story

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor December 7, 2021

Satire Imagine, if you will, that the Constitution is a colonial-era house. And then consider: Man protects “rotten house” against community’s pleas Homeowner Sam Aquilae has faced backlash...

Banning guns does not and will not work

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor December 7, 2021

The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America says: “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms,...

Holidays, gifts and expectations: How to impress and save

Holidays, gifts and expectations: How to impress and save

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor December 7, 2021

It is officially the time of year where people are scrambling to find gifts for their loved ones, plan parties to celebrate and purchase decorations to match the festivities. All of this planning can be...

A graduation cap and gown adorned with honors accolade cords.

The value of the university’s Honors Program

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer November 23, 2021

The University of New Haven Honors Program allows admission to students with “exceptional academic qualifications.” As a member of the program, undergraduate students are granted access to a number...

Two people hold hands while outside.

Romance and relationships: Is it all just a façade?

Saige Batza, Contributing Writer November 23, 2021

Have you ever been in a relationship and questioned if it was love at first sight? What about those of you who have never been in a relationship; what is it like for you? There are a plethora of highs...

Language matters, especially when it was here first

Language matters, especially when it was here first

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor November 23, 2021

“A language is not just words. It’s a culture, a tradition, a unification of a community, a whole history that creates what a community is. It’s all embodied in a language,” said philosopher and...

The dessert section inside of Bartels Hall, West Haven

Marketplace dining: A picked-apart review of each station

Charlotte Basset, Contributing Writer November 16, 2021

One aspect of college that we don’t look into as much as academics, yet is part of the foundation of our memories here, is the food. Below is the compilation of my thoughts and experiences so far at...

HEY, I WAS SITTING THERE: How to deal with roommates

HEY, I WAS SITTING THERE: How to deal with roommates

Antoinette Yen, Contributing Writer November 16, 2021

Do you prefer adventure and experience over solitude? Do you get satisfaction from paying for your apartment entirely on your own? Then I hit the nail on the head and you may be a millennial like me! It's...

One of the bra collections that All Time Low had on tour

Sexual misconduct denial brings victim rapport to an All Time Low

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer November 16, 2021

In recent weeks, voices seeking to speak out against the actions of pop-punk band All Time Low (ATL) have gained increasing traction for attention online. As a result, the band elected to speak out in...

Concerns on campus: Listen to students for change

Concerns on campus: Listen to students for change

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer November 9, 2021

As we progress through the semester, students have a greater sense of what they want to see changed throughout the university community. After interviewing members of the student body across campus, university...

The value of a criminal justice degree in policing

Maddie Sage, Contributing Writer November 9, 2021

I am an undergraduate student in the criminal justice program at the university. Throughout high school, I was able to talk to many of the local police officers about my plans for college. After mentioning...

A letter to my freshman self in an age of perseverance

A letter to my freshman self in an age of perseverance

Chein Shee Antoinette Yen, Contributing Writer November 9, 2021

Dear freshman me, You are about to embark on the best and most challenging four years of your life, beginning today. Don't worry, I understand how you might be feeling right now: nervous about starting...

Dine at these delicious restaurants around New Haven

Dine at these delicious restaurants around New Haven

Saige Batza, Contributing Writer November 9, 2021

Are you a university student looking for good places to eat near campus? I’ve got you covered. Here is a list of delicious restaurants and food shops in the New Haven area that will be sure to make you...

Are you lucky enough to be an “emerging adult?”

Are you lucky enough to be an “emerging adult?”

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor November 2, 2021

T minus 194 days until I walk across the graduation stage—a time that will signify to my family, employers and my peers that I am ready to go out into the world and live life as an adult. But I have...

A display of food served in the Marketplace, West Haven.

A long, tangled history of the hospitality giant Sodexo

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor November 2, 2021

In 1966, Pierre Bellon founded Sodexo in Marseille, France. 55 years later, the French food and facilities management company has an annual revenue of €22 billion, or about $25 billion. Sodexo’s services...

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