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J&J vaccine production plummets: What this could mean for college students

J&J vaccine production plummets: What this could mean for college students

Samuel Weinmann, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

Fifteen million doses of the Johnson and Johnson (J&J) vaccine were thrown away at a major Baltimore facility, following costly employee errors. Rollout of the J&J vaccine has quickly slowed...

Teleconferencing software could become a post-COVID normal

Teleconferencing software could become a post-COVID normal

Isabelle Hajek, Staff Writer March 30, 2021

Zoom and similar teleconferencing software have been popularized in various industries because of COVID-19 pandemic policies. Businesses, medical practices and entertainment, among other industries, have...

Every U.S. adult must be vaccinated by May 1: Why this is critical to reopen

Every U.S. adult must be vaccinated by May 1: Why this is critical to reopen

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer March 29, 2021

In a year of never-ending dark moments amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, a light has been cast on the path out: a vaccine. After appearing to be a far-off reality earlier in the pandemic, it is now becoming...

Managing money amid a pandemic: How the university made it through

Managing money amid a pandemic: How the university made it through

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer March 29, 2021

When students walk across the University of New Haven’s campus, it is clear that life is different. From weekly COVID-19 tests to updating the CoVerified app, New Haven has been forced to shift their...

Campus to return to green alert status

Campus to return to green alert status

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor March 29, 2021

Nearly one month after the University of New Haven switched to yellow alert status and a COVID outbreak in Bixler Hall, the campus is preparing to move back to green status. Green status, according...

Levitt and Holland each score twice as #15/18 lacrosse drops Sunday bout with Le Moyne

Levitt and Holland each score twice as #15/18 lacrosse drops Sunday bout with Le Moyne

Ethan Cardona, Contributing Writer March 22, 2021

Freshman Cypress Levitt and senior Emily Holland each scored a pair of goals on the afternoon as No. 15/18 women's lacrosse dropped a 13-6 decision to No. 4/3 Le Moyne at Kathy Zolad Stadium on March 20. For...

Love is in the air, and so is COVID-19

Love is in the air, and so is COVID-19

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief March 15, 2021

Starting in the fall of 2020, the University of New Haven implemented policies around campus in an effort to minimize COVID-19 cases, such as restrictions to dining hall services, weekly COVID-19 testing...

Hospitality and tourism program adapts amid COVID-19

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor March 15, 2021

As the hospitality and tourism industry adapted to a cut in travel and virtual living because of COVID-19, so did education among those entering the field. The hospitality and tourism program at the University...

Look at how much can change in a year’s time

Look at how much can change in a year’s time

Elisa D’Egidio, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

Mar. 9, 2020, I was sitting in the Bixler/Gerber Quad, enjoying the spring day, where students could be seen sitting together, catching up on work and getting a breath of fresh air. The afternoon was...

An update on the reopening of movie theaters

An update on the reopening of movie theaters

Tiara Starks, Entertainment Editor March 15, 2021

California Gov. Gavin Newsom confirmed on Mar. 10 that movie theaters will reopen at 25% capacity “with reserved seating only where each group is seated with at least 6 feet of distance in all directions...

Does quarantine affect the relationship of roommates?

Lyndsay Miller, Contributing Writer March 9, 2021

Surviving quarantine with roommates means balancing your needs and wants with theirs. For some, this is easier said than done, as it can often require negotiation of new house rules and a high level of...

Progress in the pandemic: Fans to return to New York sporting events

Lyndsay Miller, Contributing Writer March 9, 2021

For the first time in almost a year, sports fans in New York will be allowed to attend events at venues with 10,000 seats or more, with proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72-hours of the game. In...

How the pandemic has impacted procrastination

Lyndsay Miller , Contributing Writer February 22, 2021

Procrastination may be the hidden disease eating away at the productivity of college students. We’ve all done it at some point -- stared blankly at a homework assignment, daydreamed of a million other...

COVID Life: Continue or vanish?

Tiana Frias, Contributing Writer February 22, 2021

During this ongoing pandemic, society has picked up new, technology-based practices. Things such as virtual snow days, Zoom office hours and virtual dates have become a normal thing for everyone in the...

Joshua Goodart, University of New Haven cybersecurity major, dies of COVID-19 complications at 22

Joshua Goodart, University of New Haven cybersecurity major, dies of COVID-19 complications at 22

Kayla Mutchler, Amanda M. Castro, and Tiara Starks February 11, 2021

On Feb. 6, beloved University of New Haven student Joshua Goodart died at the age of 22 after a near month-long battle with COVID-19-related complications. He was a senior cybersecurity and networks major. Mr....

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