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Pfizer booster shots are now available to residential college students

Pfizer booster shots are now available to residential college students

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor October 12, 2021

According to a report from an FDA official on Oct. 5, individuals 18 years and older could soon be eligible for COVID-19 booster shots. While booster shots aren’t available for the general population,...

Is the U.S. ready for booster shots, or is it too soon?

Is the U.S. ready for booster shots, or is it too soon?

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor October 5, 2021

Perspective On Sept. 21, during the United Nations’ (U.N.) 76th Session in New York, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said that despite the world's progress with vaccines, wealthier countries...

Anti-mask protests are on the rise following statewide COVID-19 regulations

Anti-mask protests are on the rise following statewide COVID-19 regulations

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor September 14, 2021

On Aug. 5, 2021, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont issued an executive order allowing municipalities the ability to implement mask requirements. On Aug. 17, Lamont ordered that all Kindergarten through 12th-grade...

An Open Letter to President Kaplan, who “was wrong”

An Open Letter to President Kaplan, who “was wrong”

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor September 10, 2021

To President Kaplan, This week, we have learned that being in a position of authority does not place you above the rules. On Sept. 9, you were seen in the Beckerman Recreation Center with your face...

Students walk across campus wearing and not wearing masks.

Charging into Fall 2021

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor September 7, 2021

As the new school year charges on, the University of New Haven has made many new announcements and regulations regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and campus life. The university’s COVID-19 information...

Should the COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory or optional?

Kiana White, Contributing Writer May 4, 2021

For over a year, the COVID-19 pandemic has raged the world with deaths, terror and fear, and continues to impact the changing sense of normalcy. Many industries that once thrived in in-person settings,...

How confident do students feel about finals?

How confident do students feel about finals?

Kiana White, Contributing Writer April 27, 2021

May 12 will mark the end of the spring 2021 semester. Despite the relief students may feel as summer approaches, how confident do students feel about finals? For many college students, final exams are...

Has COVID-19 instilled a fear of the outdoors in us?

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor April 27, 2021

As we were thrust into a “new normal” a little over a year ago, it has been difficult to ease out of that, back into the “old normal.” Masks, face shields or hand sanitizing stations at every corner...

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...

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