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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...

BREAKING: Unionized employees reach agreement with University of New Haven

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2024

Just before 11 a.m. Friday, the University of New Haven said in a university-wide email that they reached an agreement with the 35 unionized employees who had walked out on Thursday. The employees had...

University workers gather at campus entrances, West Haven, April 11, 2024.

Union efforts reach new heights on campus

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2024

Unionized workers at the University of New Haven walked off the job Thursday, but called off a strike after reaching a tentative agreement with university officials. The union will vote whether to ratify...

Elisa DEgidio speaking at her commencement, West Haven, December 15, 2021.

The risks and procedure of academic probation for students

Mikaela Motz, Staff Writer April 8, 2024

As students head into the most challenging part of the semester, more than a few may land on academic probation – which may seem like a daunting task to avoid but is imminently survivable. “The...

Ananya Surapaneni at her undergraduate graduation, Ballari, March 24, 2024.

Honoring women on campus: Ananya Surapeneni

Erin Smith, Politics Editor March 25, 2024

Women’s History Month has been celebrated in the United States since March 1987 as a time when women across the country are recognized for their contributions to the country. According to U.S. News,...

New Havens lacrosse team during their win over Dominican, West Haven, March 2, 2024.

Inequality between men’s and women’s sports teams

Mikaela Motz, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

Behind every collegiate athlete is a path. Athletes share a sense of devotion to succeed in athletics, academics and social life. But why does the path still include a battle over gender inequity in college...

#15 Paige Garrett talking to the team, West Haven, Oct. 7, 2023.

A look into COVID-19 eligibility for New Haven student-athletes

Erin Smith, Politics Editor March 4, 2024

Paige Garrett and Kat Trammel moved to the University of New Haven in Aug. 2020 to start their collegiate field hockey season. A deadly virus was reshaping the world and on March 30, 2020, in the middle...

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...

Black Lives Matter and Black American heritage flags above Kathy Zolad Stadium, West Haven, Feb. 1, 2024.

Annual flag raising returns to kick off BHM

Erin Smith, Politics Editor February 5, 2024

Students and faculty gathered outside the German Club on Feb. 1 to kick off Black History Month with the raising of the Black Lives Matter flag and the Black American Heritage flag. The assistant director...

Unite HERE 217 and UNH Sodexo workers protest outside Marketplace, West Haven, Jan. 24, 2024.

Sodexo and facilities employees protest workers’ rights during student move-in

Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor January 29, 2024

Jan. 16 started like any other move-in day, with all students preparing to say goodbye to their families and move back to the university for the new semester. And it was a regular move-in day until the...

A rise in discrimination across U.S. colleges amid Israel-Hamas war

Erin Smith, Politics Editor December 4, 2023

Colleges throughout the United States have launched federal investigations with the Department of Education (DOE) since the Israel-Hamas war began on Oct. 7. The schools with investigations include Cornell...

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)...

2024 Commencement to be moved to Zolad Stadium

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2023

The university is keeping commencement in its backyard for the class of 2024, having recently announced that this year’s graduation ceremonies will be taking place at Kathy Zolad Stadium, which the Commencement...

#21 Christopher Ais celebrates a touchdown, West Haven, Nov. 11, 2023.

New Haven wins fifth NE-10 regular season title with win over Bentley

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor November 13, 2023

The stands were packed full at DellaCamera Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 11 as fans anticipated the game of the year between the top two teams in the Northeast-10 (NE-10) conference. The win clinched New...

Members of the YDSA and College Republicans, West Haven, Nov. 3, 2023

YDSA and College Republicans headline SCOPE’s National Election Day Debate

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor November 6, 2023

Nov. 3 marked the calendar for National Election Day, so the Student Committee of Planning and Events (SCOPE) decided to collaborate with two organizations for a debate: the Young Democratic Socialists...

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