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Language matters, especially when it was here first

Language matters, especially when it was here first

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor November 23, 2021

“A language is not just words. It’s a culture, a tradition, a unification of a community, a whole history that creates what a community is. It’s all embodied in a language,” said philosopher and...

African American Museum in D.C. Faces Racism

African American Museum in D.C. Faces Racism

Beth Beaudry, Contributing Writer December 18, 2019

The National African American History and Culture Museum in Washington, D.C., is meant to share the history and culture of African Americans. There is a timeline going through slavery, the civil rights...

An Introvert Abroad: The Benefits of Foreign Study from Someone Once Reluctant

An Introvert Abroad: The Benefits of Foreign Study from Someone Once Reluctant

Ariana Ferrante, Contributing Writer October 24, 2019

During  my freshman year at the University of New Haven, advertisements for the study abroad program were everywhere. The Prato campus staff manned tables at events, sent out emails, and even appeared...

Speaking Italian

Speaking Italian

Nicole Rivera, Photography Editor October 23, 2019

Since the Prato campus in Italy opened in 2012, University of New Haven students have been given the opportunity to talk with local Italian students. That gives students a chance to practice their Italian,...

International Students Association Advocates Cultural Awareness

International Students Association Advocates Cultural Awareness

Corina Rodriguez, Staff Writer April 10, 2018

With events such as Korean Thanksgiving, Diwali, Día de los Muertos, and the 38th International Festival, the International Students Association seeks to bring cultural awareness to the University of...

How to Readjust and How to Go Back: The Connecticut Study Abroad Reentry Conference

Patricia Oprea February 10, 2016

They say you only study abroad once. Well, even that’s a slim chance. According to Association of International Educators, only 1.5 percent of students have studied abroad in 2014, and this number is...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston February 3, 2016

 Lizzie McGuire Moment It is only week two in Prato and it is already becoming increasingly difficult to balance the fun that is to come with being abroad and doing schoolwork. I have started to explore...

The College of Business Travels to France

Alyssa MacKinnon January 27, 2016

Sixteen students attended the two week long winter University of New Haven study abroad trip in France. The trip was led by Professor M. Goldberg along with Professor G. Petrich. Paris was the first leg...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston January 27, 2016

My name is Anelia Marston and I’m a first semester junior studying abroad in Prato, Italy. I major in Psychology and Global Studies, which is the perfect excuse for studying abroad. I am a sister of...

#GreekExplosion3

Miriam Correia November 28, 2014

Lambda Alpha Upsilon’s third annual Greek Explosion Stroll Competition was this past Saturday night in Bucknall Theater and it did not disappoint.  This was the fraternity’s third and final fundraising...

Postcards from Prato

Ashley Arminio October 8, 2014

Sketching the Dome  School is starting to pick up with the arrival of midterms in less than two weeks and fall break following. I can’t believe how fast this semester is going by! When we’re...

Postcards from Prato

Ashley Arminio September 10, 2014

Hello everyone! It’s only been a week but I feel like I’ve been here for months. I’ve already learned and experienced so much; I know that this decision was perfect for me. Over the weekend,...

Culture and Cuisine Highlight International Festival

The Charger Bulletin April 1, 2010

On April 10, the University of New Haven International Student Association (ISA) will host the university's 30th annual International Festival, featuring displays from over 20 countries and UNH clubs,...

Utah girl’s pierced nose: US-Indian culture clash

Liz De La Torre November 8, 2009

From The Associated Press To 12-year-old Suzannah Pabla, piercing her nose was a way to connect with her roots in India. To Suzannah's school, it was a dress-code violation worthy of a suspension. To...

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