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#15 Katie Schenk celebrates after scoring a goal against Molloy, West Haven, April 13, 2024.

Women’s lacrosse falls short to Adelphi, 11-8

Mikaela Motz, Staff Writer April 29, 2024

After pulling ahead early, the New Haven lacrosse team lost to the Adelphi University Panthers, 11-8, last week. At the end of the first quarter, New Haven led by three but could not hold on in the second...

Jordany Dely in the 55-meter hurdles, New Haven, Feb. 25, 2024.

Track and field dominates at SCSU Last Chance meet

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor February 26, 2024

After an impressive performance at Northeast-10 (NE-10) conference championships last week, the Chargers stayed local and competed in the Last Chance Meet at Southern Connecticut State University. For...

Davontrey Thomas at the free throw line against Assumption University, West Haven, Jan. 30, 2024.

Men’s Basketball mounts comeback for 54-50 win over Assumption

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor February 6, 2024

After a loss against Bentley University last week, the Chargers hosted the Assumption Greyhounds as they looked to break their two-game losing streak. New Haven started off strong, putting the first points...

Exploration into linguistics: Does the U.S. speak for all?

Shoshanna Dansinger, Contributing Writer December 12, 2023

The late 19th and early 20th centuries raised a generation that witnessed the astounding exploitation of people by huge industries and corporations. It is certainly no wonder why the children of this time...

AASU brings awareness to AAPI Heritage Month

Justin Coviello, Campus News Editor April 11, 2023

Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month celebrates the lives and achievements of all Americans who trace their lineage to Asia and the islands dotting the Pacific Ocean. The month of...

A car being labelled as a “guest” vehicle, West Haven, Feb. 3, 2023.

Office of Residential Life requires guests to show new visitor pass upon arrival to campus

February 7, 2023

In order to further create a safe campus environment, the Office of Residential Life is adding a new visitor pass to their residential guest policy, in addition to the guest registration form. Office...

Women’s basketball wins defensive battle vs. Saint Michael’s

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor December 13, 2022

The New Haven women’s basketball team continued their great start to the season against Saint Michael’s, winning the 55-44 defensive battle. New Haven now starts the year 6-2, their best start since...

Last years CSA fashion show, April 24, 2022.

Caribbean Student Association gears up for their spring Fashion Show

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor December 6, 2022

The annual Caribbean Student Association (CSA) fashion show doesn’t just happen; it’s the result of months of planning. The CSA is preparing for their annual fashion show, planning things like their...

The front of Maxcy Hall decorated for the holidays, West Haven, Dec. 1, 2022.

The most wonderful time of the year at the university

Amber Cholewa and Presley DePugh December 6, 2022

The holiday season is coming in hot and the university is hosting a number of events to give back to the community. On Charger Connection, students have so many opportunities to give back and also have...

Football falls to No. 11 Shepherd in NCAA Playoffs

Tyler Wells, Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2022

The New Haven football team lost in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs on Saturday to No. 11 Shepherd University 16-13, coming up just short of extending their season another week. The Chargers got...

Five field hockey players earn conference honors

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor November 22, 2022

While the field hockey team was still in season, the Northeast-10 conference announced their All-Conference teams. Five New Haven players were honored for their contributions to the team, leading the way...

Big Tuesday performs at Fall Fest, West Haven, Nov. 6, 2022.

Local bands shake the ground at Fall Fest

Mia Adduci, Campus News Editor November 8, 2022

This past Sunday, the Music Industry Club (MIC) turned main campus into a hub of high energy as they took over the residential side to hold a two-part music festival. Fall Fest, which took place in...

Artwork of a polar bear on display at Cheryl Gross gallery, West Haven, Sept. 15, 2022.

‘Precipice of Extinction’ gallery show encourages student action for environmental change

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 20, 2022

On Sept. 15, Cheryl Gross, distinguished illustrator, artist and writer, hosted “Commit to Memory: Precipice of Extinction,” an informal gathering in the Seton Gallery of Dodd’s Hall. Upon arrival,...

A student speaks with an employer at the Career Fair, West Haven, Sept. 15, 2022

Students attend first in-person Career Fair since COVID-19

Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor September 20, 2022

After two years of anticipation, the Career Development Center (CDC) has returned to host their first in-person Career Fair since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Sept. 15, students anxiously...

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