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The Spread of Coronavirus and Xenophobia

The Spread of Coronavirus and Xenophobia

Devinh Valentine, Contributing Writer

March 13, 2020

2020 has been a weird year to be an Asian-American. On one hand, we see Asian-made movies like “Parasite” and “The Farewell” winning awards, and musical acts such as BIGBANG, BTS, and BLACKPINK finding international success. This makes me proud to be an Asian in America. However, 2020 also...

Tell a Story, Follow your Passions

Tell a Story, Follow your Passions

Blake Cairrao, Contributing Writer

March 11, 2020

We go through our lives gaining a variety of experiences that help us write our stories. We want to tell these stories. Each day we live gives us a new opportunity to add to our stories. If you find yourself wishing you had more experiences to share, take the opportunities to experience more. Add on...

Women’s History Month Spotlights

Women’s History Month Spotlights

Beth Beaudry, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

Malala Yousafzai At 22 years old, Malala Yousafzai is one of the most influential women in the world because of her activism for female education. Malala grew up in Pakistan and was given the opportunity to go to school until 2008, when the Taliban took over her town and banned girls from receiving a...

Achieving Fame, The Rise and Fall of Internet Celebrities

Achieving Fame, The Rise and Fall of Internet Celebrities

Devinh Valentine, Contributing Writer

March 11, 2020

In this day and age, the term celebrity is broad. There is a spectrum, ranging from professional celebrities, like recording artists and actors, to the more modern, unconventional celebrity, including YouTubers and TikTok stars. Technology, more specifically the Internet, has made it extremely easy for...

Riddin’ the Rails

Riddin’ the Rails

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

I can bet that any commute is a colossal pain for anyone – all that unmoving traffic and stinky subway carts. But I can probably one-up all of that by saying that I commute all the way to the University of New Haven campus from the Bronx, N.Y by train. Yes, literally a whole state away. On a train...

Is it Worth it to Vote in A Predominantly Blue or Red State?

Is it Worth it to Vote in A Predominantly Blue or Red State?

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

Is it important for people in a red state like Arkansas or a blue state like Connecticut to vote for their party? In short, yes. It is possible to change the political climate of a state, though that only happens if everyone votes and the change could take decades, but it is possible. The most...

Political Polarization: Are They a Danger to College Campuses?

Political Polarization: Are They a Danger to College Campuses?

Cameron Hailey, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2020

As the 2020 elections closes in on us, the country’s divide looks clearer than ever. The State of the Union address on February 4 showed the country that the representatives and parties they had voted for were more partisan than ever. There was a clear line in the seating of politicians where the Republican...

Is Our Campus Really Environmentally Friendly?

Is Our Campus Really Environmentally Friendly?

Ariana Lasher, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2020

Remember when all dining areas on campus took away plastic straws and lids to minimize plastic use on campus? That didn’t seem to last long, because every time I order a drink from Jazzman’s or the library café, I am still handed a plastic straw. The state of Connecticut banned plastic bags,...

Time for Some Library Tender Love and Care

Time for Some Library Tender Love and Care

Mia Steadman, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2020

The Marvin K. Peterson Library is a hub of productivity where commuters go to squat between classes and where the café runs out of strawberry acai refreshers too quickly. It is possibly the only place on campus where the atmosphere is filled with equal parts panic and boredom. As someone who has...

What Kobe Bryant Meant to the Non-Athlete

What Kobe Bryant Meant to the Non-Athlete

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2020

In the weeks since the death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven others in a helicopter accident in Calabasas, Calif., stories have poured in from across the sports world about the man Bryant was as a basketball player, a father, and a leader. But what did Bryant mean for non-athletes? Everyone...

Chinese New Year Postponed Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Chinese New Year Postponed Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Kelly Adkins, Contributing Writer

February 4, 2020

On Jan. 29, students received an email that said the Chinese New Year Celebration—originally scheduled for Jan. 31—was postponed because of the recent coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, China. The coronavirus is spread from animal hosts and is new, which means this strain has never been...

When are You Really an Adult?

When are You Really an Adult?

Erin Cuomo, Opinion Editor

January 29, 2020

As I enter my second semester of senior year, the haunting idea of adulthood and the real world lurks in the distance. I’ll be on the hunt for jobs, taking into consideration benefits and salary, then looking for apartments, and so on. But do these “adult” type factors make me an adult? For...

Mary Cain and Nike Release a Short Film on Physical Health

Mary Cain and Nike Release a Short Film on Physical Health

Rebecca Tatera, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

Last November, the New York Times released a seven-minute opinion video that showed Mary Cain discussing her career with Nike. Once the fastest woman in America, the film shows Cain out-running competitors and speeding across finish lines, but her career was destroyed by her male coaches in a program...

Why You Need to Avoid Horse Drawn Carriage Rides During the Holidays

Why You Need to Avoid Horse Drawn Carriage Rides During the Holidays

Rebecca Tatera, Contributing Writer

December 17, 2019

Imagine the snowy landscape of Central Park surrounds you, holiday music plays in the background, and city lights twinkle in every direction. It is the picture-perfect holiday evening. And then, from your horse-drawn carriage, you notice the horse has stopped, unable to take another step. Unfortunately,...

Study Tips for Finals Season

Study Tips for Finals Season

Gianna Scire, Contributing Writer

December 17, 2019

College can be the best years of your life, but it also may be where you spend a lot of time sobbing over your textbook and cramming for a test. Finals are quickly approaching at the University of New Haven, so here are some study tips to help students get through finals in one piece. 1. Use Flash...

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