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Can political news articles make their language more inclusive?

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor November 2, 2021

There is a common misconception about the meaning of inclusivity—that it only goes so far as to limit exclusion and ensure the involvement of every party within a particular activity. Inclusivity...

Lorenzo Boyd—who he is and where he wants to take the university

Lorenzo Boyd—who he is and where he wants to take the university

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2020

Amid the Black Lives Matter movement, Steven Kaplan, UNH president, announced the school had hired Lorenzo Boyd as vice president for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer. Some students...

The Campus Climate Survey Results

The Campus Climate Survey Results

Hannah Providence, Contributing Writer September 10, 2019

The chance for a gift card seems to have worked well, as more than 1,500 student, faculty, and staff responded. Regarding the perceptions of the university's climate, diversity, and inclusion efforts were...

Does Welcome Project Mark Victory for Campus Inclusion?

Does Welcome Project Mark Victory for Campus Inclusion?

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor September 25, 2018

How well do you know your neighbor? Last summer a group came to the University of New Haven in order to share an in depth look of their experiences as minority figures. Professor Susanne Murphy sees...

A Fresh Look at Getting Involved

A Fresh Look at Getting Involved

Victoria Cagley , Contributing Writer September 5, 2018

Senior business management major Olivia Acevedo has a lot in store for herself and the campus community for the upcoming academic year. The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) has a new...

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