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America’s Deadliest Day of the Pandemic Warrants Attention From States Without Proactive Measures

America’s Deadliest Day of the Pandemic Warrants Attention From States Without Proactive Measures

Kelly Adkins, Contributing Writer

April 16, 2020

America experienced 1,700 deaths related to COVID-19 on a recent Tuesday, which made it the country’s deadliest day since the first confirmed cases in late January. Some 731 of the dead came from New York, which is also the state’s highest numbers in a 24-hour period, but any state could face similar...

Drag Show Raises Money for New Haven Pride

Stephanie’s Child brought their guitarist back out to perform  a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” near the end of the show

Anna Downs, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 24, 2019

Stephanie's Child, New York City's premier pop-vocal drag group, came to the German Club on Apr. 13. The group was on campus to raise money for the New Haven Pride Center, sponsored by the Music Industry Club, Communication Club, To Write Love on Your Arms, and Pride. The evening began with a melody...

Motionless in White return to Irving for second sell out show

Ashley Winward

April 1, 2015

This past weekend Motionless in White returned to New York City to headline the Beyond the Barricade tour, bringing along friends For Today, New Years Day and Ice Nine Kills. This was the second sold out show at Irving Plaza and the crowd reflected that, coming out in their most interesting garb to thrash...

Livewell’s Latest

Shannon Livewell

February 25, 2015

Daughter & Son Volume Two Daughter & Son are a NYC-based duo consisting of Jody Shelton and Mighty Kate. The two began their careers in the music industry as solo artists, but have now formed an artistic connection that creates undeniably beautiful music with simplistic verses and hooks th...

BSU Spreads Holiday Cheer

Cora St. Marie

December 14, 2011

The Black Student Union hosted an off campus trip to New York City to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. After advertisement was made around campus through the organization’s Facebook event page and through Charger Connection, students were expected to sign up online at 9:00 p.m. and not a momen...

Friends of the UNH Library: “Hostage Situations in New York City”

Ana Abraham

November 16, 2011

Last Tuesday, November 8, a small group gathered in the quiet third floor of the Marvin K. Peterson Library to listen to the latest Friends of the UNH Library speech. Dr. David Schroeder, an assistant professor of Criminal Justice and also an Assistant Dean of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Just...

It’s Ice Skating Season

Michelle R Morra

November 9, 2011

On Saturday, November 5, SCOPE Weekend Programming took a trip to New York City to go skating in Rockefeller Center.  It was an amazing trip; there was a couple of hours in the city and then an amazing experience ice skating in probably the most popular ice skating rink. Students signed in with SCOPE at 11...

New York Doormen To Go on Strike

Erin Ennis

April 7, 2010

They collect the laundry and the mail, baby-sit, call 911 and, of course, open doors. For the rich and famous, or those who spend nights at fancy hotels, these union workers can be the most important helping employees. Found throughout New York City, the doormen of hotels and high rise apartment complexes...

Auto Show Draws Gunfire

Erin Ennis

April 7, 2010

Four people were shot and dozens of people were arrested Monday in Manhattan near Times Square in mayhem following the city's annual auto show, police said. The mile long stretch, which was crowded with tourists and New Yorkers alike, became the spot of near disaster as police flooded the streets to...

4 shot, 33 arrested and dozens cited in NYC mayhem

Liz De La Torre

April 6, 2010

From The Associated Press NEW YORK – Hundreds of young people spilled into midtown Manhattan near Times Square early Monday, brawling and shooting guns after the New York International Auto Show in an annual night of mayhem the mayor called "wilding." Four people were shot and 33 were arrested,...

3-legged dog wins 1st place in NYC shelter contest

Maideline Sanchez

February 14, 2010

From the Associated Press NEW YORK – A three-legged pitbull mix that played in a game of doggie baseball has won "Best in Show" at a talent competition held by one of New York City's largest animal shelters. Nine dogs competed in Friday's contest at the American Society for the Prevention of...

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