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October marks national LGBTQ+ History month: Why should you care?

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer October 5, 2021

October marks the peak of fall, from apple picking, to homecoming, all the way to Halloween. However, in the midst of all the red and orange of fall festivities, society tends to undermine the power of...

Beto O’Rourke Discusses Gun Violence with Newtown Community

Beto O’Rourke Discusses Gun Violence with Newtown Community

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor November 13, 2019

Former U.S. presidential candidate Beto O' Rourke visited Newton on Oct. 30, and talked about gun violence. (O'Rourke dropped out of the presidential race two days after the event. The New York Times...

National Coming Out Day Celebrated on Campus

National Coming Out Day Celebrated on Campus

Amanda M. Castro, Contributing Writer October 24, 2019

National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is every year on Oct. 11, and the University of New Haven’s Office of Residential Life, with the help of the student organizations PRIDE (People Rejoicing In Diversity...

Fall Fair Preview

Fall Fair Preview

Anna Downs, Entertainment Editor October 2, 2018

With the fall season in full swing, here are some fairs and festivals happening in New Haven County to help get you in the spirit.   Bethany Harvest Festival and Food Trucks: Sunday, Oct. 7 at 696...

Community Walks to End Alzheimer’s

Karina Krul, Ediotr-In-Chief October 2, 2018

Residents of the New Haven community, University of New Haven students included, gathered on Sunday for the New Haven Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The walk was one of many around the country hosted by the...

Two Communities Celebrate WestFest

Two Communities Celebrate WestFest

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor September 11, 2018

The city of West Haven, in conjunction with the University of New Haven, hosted its annual celebration WestFest on Saturday, Sept. 8 on the town green. The festival, which ran from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.,...

Allingtown Cleanup Brings Student to the Community

Allingtown Cleanup Brings Student to the Community

Nicole Manall, Contributing Writer April 10, 2018

On Saturday, April 7, University of New Haven students participated in a cleanup of Allingtown, Conn. The cleanup, organized by the Office of Community Service, is in its fourth year.  Around 150 students...

Honoring Those Who Were Lost, But Not Forgotten

Elissa Sanci September 16, 2015

The University of New Haven honored all the lives lost and families affected by the tragic terrorist attacks on the United States on the fourteenth anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. The ceremony, conducted...

UNH and West Haven Joined Together for WestFest

Alyssa MacKinnon September 2, 2015

WestFest, a huge community festival in West Haven, brought hundreds of University of New Haven students and West Haven residents together on Aug. 27 for a day of fun activities and events in the West Haven...

WestFest to Bring UNH and West Haven Together

Ben Atwater August 26, 2015

WestFest is an upcoming community festival in West Haven co-sponsored by the UNH Mayor’s Advisory Commission, the Office of Mayor Edward O’Brien, the University of New Haven, UNH Welcome Week, and...

Lanterns of Love

Francesca Fontanez May 6, 2015

The Bartels Student Activity Center Patio was all aglow on April 29, 2015 as the campus To Write Love On Her Arms chapter lit “Lanterns of Love” to honor and remember those who have passed away from...

Clean up after your trees

Samantha Mathewson December 3, 2014

During fall months it is important to care for your lawn and clean up leaf litter. The University of New Haven Athletics department has been voluntarily raking neighbors of North Campus’ lawns during...

NBC’s Community Facing Trouble

Cameron Hines March 6, 2013

It seems like nothing but trouble has dogged NBC’s cult hit TV Community: from the hiatuses, to the supposed cancellations, to many of the people who make the show successful dropping out, being a fan...

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