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ARC encourages students to recognize ASD Awareness Month

Saige Batza, Student Life Editor April 12, 2022

The month of April marks the start of Autism Awareness Month in America, with World Autism Day having recently fallen on April 2. The University of New Haven Accessibility Resource Center is taking this...

Letter to the Editor: To The Campus Community From An Autistic Student: Stop Supporting Autism Speaks

Letter to the Editor: To The Campus Community From An Autistic Student: Stop Supporting Autism Speaks

Jim Defrancesco, Guest Writer May 1, 2019

As many of you know, April is Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month. Unfortunately, it's also a frustrating time of the year for me as someone with autism because it’s the month I see many people and groups,...

Why you shouldn’t vaccinate your kids

Kaitlin Mahar February 11, 2015

  In the wake of the current controversy surrounding vaccinating children, Kaitlin Mahar provides a satirical opinion to shed light on misleading information. Vaccines do nothing but put...

“P” is for prejudiced

Kaitlin Mahar February 5, 2015

Most people believe that those with disabilities – whether they are intellectual, developmental, or physical – matter. Unless, that is, you're Connecticut state Governor Dannel P. Malloy. I...

New Research Suggests Link Between Autism and Obesity During Pregnancy

Elizabeth Field April 18, 2012

Healthy eating and regular exercise improves mind function, chronic illnesses, and various other health issues. But have you ever stopped to consider how your health is affecting others? New research...

Understanding Autism: UNH Professors Offer Insight During Public Lecture

The Charger Bulletin April 21, 2010

What:     The Friends of the University of New Haven (UNH) Library will host a public lecture, “The Impact of Dysfunctional Mirror Neurons on Autistic Children,” with Louise Soares, Ph.D., UNH professor...

Autistic Musicians Play with Perfect Pitch; Gigs in San Jose, Santa Clara

The Charger Bulletin March 10, 2010

By Lisa Fernandez, mercurynews.com Lawrence Wang used to hate the shrill sounds of the flute. He’d clamp his hands over his ears to drown out his sister’s piano playing. During music lessons, he’d...

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