App of the Week

App of the Week

Anna Downs, Entertainment Editor

February 13, 2019

Filed under Entertainment

This week we are focused on a practical app. Genius Scan is an app that allows you to easily scan documents, photos, receipts, and more, into your phone within seconds. This app may be helpful to college students who need to easily keep track of handouts or who need to study on the go without having to c...

Dating Apps: The New Thing

Dating Apps: The New Thing

Mitsouki Garvey-Sanchez, Opinions Editor

November 14, 2018

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

At the click of a button, we can do anything -- from ordering our favorite meals to having groceries delivered to our home. But this rapid increase in technology has limited human interaction and communication with each other. Looking for friends to hang with? There’s an app for that. Inter...

Ask Melanie


February 17, 2016

Filed under Features

Dear Melanie, Once again, it’s Valentine’s Day and I am still single. I’m sick and tired of being single and seeing everyone happy on Valentine’s Day. How do I deal with Valentine’s Day and how do I find a boyfriend? Do I dare turn to Tinder? I’m bitter. Sincerely, Bitter Becky ...

Love in the Time of Dating Apps

Elissa Sanci

February 10, 2016

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

At one point in time, online dating was seen as a last ditch effort only utilized by the lonely and desperate. Now, as we sit on the cusp of 2016, we can get anything essential online—clothes, food, and, most notably, a date. Internet dating has been gaining popularity since the first dating site,...

10 Things UNH Students Would Rather Be Doing Than Going Back to School

Kaitlin Mahar

January 27, 2016

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Standing naked in the middle of the quad on the coldest day of the semester. Because who says giving a presentation in front of your entire class is the only way to experience a live reenactment of Naked and Afraid? Listen to “Mmmbop” on a continuous loop. I know it comes as a surprise, given tha...

App Secrets

Samantha Mathewson

September 10, 2014

Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

What started as a class project in the University of New Haven’s digital device forensics course has since become world renowned after students discoverd security flaws, breaches of privacy and additional vulnerabilities in chat, dating and social media apps used by nearly one billion subscribers on...

To Download or Not to Download—That is the Question

Elizabeth Field

September 26, 2012

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

I consider myself an iPhone veteran…kind of. I didn’t make the switch from BlackBerry until the “4” came out, but I’ve broken enough screens to go through three of them (I once dropped the iPhone while chasing a one dollar bill…talk about bad investments). Anyway, I spend 90 percent of...

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