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CBS’ Big Brother has its first Black winner

Saige Batza, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

After 23 seasons of the reality competition television series, “Big Brother,” Xavier Prather was crowned the winner on Wednesday night as the show's first African American winner. This marks an incredible...

Derek Chauvin’s trial: What you need to know

Derek Chauvin’s trial: What you need to know

Samuel Weinnman, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

Derek Chauvin, the police officer being charged for the murder of George Floyd, began his trial on March 29. Chauvin is being tried for second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. The trial...

How Millennials and Gen Z are impacting the election

How Millennials and Gen Z are impacting the election

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor November 2, 2020

Experts have been debating how the results of the 2020 presidential election will change education, but America’s students may be the ones changing the election. Matthew Schmidt, national security...

Bartels Gives Student All Lives Matter To-Go Box

Bartels Gives Student “All Lives Matter” To-Go Box

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor October 12, 2020

Since the Black Lives Matter movement was established in 2013, there has been dispute over people responding to the movement with the phrase “All Lives Matter.” The Black Lives Matter movement was...

Let’s Talk Media!: Discussion on Racial Consciousness

Let’s Talk Media!: Discussion on Racial Consciousness

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor September 28, 2020

The recent revival in activism for the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked needed discussions on race and discrimination. University New Haven communications professor Wayne Edwards recently worked...

Recap of the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards

Recap of the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards

Serena Piervincenzi , Contributing Writer September 24, 2020

“Welcome to the ‘pandemmies,’ you know what they say, you can’t have a virus without a host.” As Jimmy Kimmel began his opening speech at the 72nd Emmy Awards ceremony, he turned to his audience...

A Students Controversial Comments Ignite Potential Change on Campus

A Student’s Controversial Comments Ignite Potential Change on Campus

As passionate crowds take to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd and those affected by police brutality in the United States, the University of New Haven is taking action against a class of...

Formation: Controversy Blown Out of Proportion

Glenn Rohrbacker February 17, 2016

Beyoncé stole the Super Bowl stage Sunday, Feb.7 with the performance of her new single, “Formation,” which overshadowed both Coldplay and a fresh-looking Bruno Mars. This song was released just a...

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