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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...

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...

New Haven celebrates a point during their 3-0 sweep over SCSU, West Haven, Nov. 3, 2023.

Volleyball dominates crosstown rivals SCSU with 3-0 sweep

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor November 6, 2023

After snapping their 12-game win streak against Adelphi University last week, the Chargers came roaring back with a 3-0 sweep over crosstown rivals, the Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) Owls,...

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...

Equipment in the engineering lab, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2023.

Society of Women Engineers vows to support women in STEM

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor October 3, 2023

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a national organization that has been based in the U. of New Haven campus since 2011 and has been growing since then. SWE is an engineering-based organization with...

New Haven mens soccer celebrates a 4-3 win over Assumption, West Haven, Sept. 26, 2023.

Men’s soccer falls 3-0 to Franklin Pierce

Ignacio Fuentes, Contributing Writer October 3, 2023

Earlier this week, the New Haven men’s soccer team took on Assumption University on Tuesday, Sept. 26 and came away with a dramatic 4-3 win. They would stay at home for their next matchup with Franklin...

New Haven’s field hockey team celebrates a 4-2 win over STAC, West Haven, Sept. 20, 2023.

Field Hockey executes on stroke calls for 4-2 win over St. Thomas Aquinas

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor September 25, 2023

New Haven’s field hockey team faced the Spartans of Saint Thomas Aquinas College on Wednesday, Sept. 20, coming off a tough road loss at Franklin Pierce. Senior defender Kelli Jacobson was quick to step...

Hispanic-Latinx flag raising is paired with a welcome for new Myatt Center Director

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor September 18, 2023

Despite the windy and cloudy day, students and staff still showed up to the Kathy Zolad Stadium on Sept. 15 to witness the raising of the Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month flag that will start the month’s...

SCOPE’s Suicide Prevention Fair spreads mental health awareness with campus partners

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor September 18, 2023

September is Suicide Prevention Month, which paves the way to shine a spotlight on issues surrounding mental health and the value of supporting those in crisis. The Student Committee of Planning and Events...

USGA President Darby Brown speaks in the Maxcy Quad, West Haven, Sept. 11, 2023.

Looking back in reflection and forward in hope

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief September 11, 2023

At 8:46 a.m., the sounds of the National Anthem echoed across the University of New Haven’s Maxcy Quad in remembrance of the Twin Towers that were hit in the center of New York City. That exact morning...

Mens soccer celebrates their 2-1 win over Molloy, West Haven, Sept. 6, 2023.

Men’s soccer starts the season 2-0

Christopher Elwell, Managing Editor September 11, 2023

A new era for the University of New Haven men’s soccer team is off to a hot start, taking their first two games each by a score of 2-1. Coming off a season in which they finished 1-10-4, the Chargers...

Henry C. Lee found liable for evidence fabrication in ‘80s murder case

Mia Adduci , Editor-in-Chief August 3, 2023

Henry C. Lee's institute has become the backbone of the university’s nationally recognized forensics program, but 25 years following the opening of the college, Lee's name has been in circulation for...

The absence of grief

Justin Coviello , Campus News Editor July 5, 2023

Nobody ever wants to grieve, because grieving for another means a small part of you dies along with it. The little pocket in your brain where you store memories of that someone probably won’t ever grow....

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