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Re-Cap of University Town Hall Meeting Last Week

Re-Cap of University Town Hall Meeting Last Week

Hannah Providence, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

“You guys are now mentoring the mentors and helping the faculty to be online and stay online as well as possible and we thank you for that,” President Kaplan says as he welcomes the students attending the University-wide Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, April 15. He also explains that universities...

Connecticut Prisons’ Response to Coronavirus

Connecticut Prisons' Response to Coronavirus

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

Following protests outside Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s residence over his decision to not release prisoners amid the global coronavirus pandemic, 700 prisoners were released from state correctional facilities. According to Connecticut’s Department of Corrections (DOC) website, 52 staff members alo...

The Problem with Staying Informed

The Problem with Staying Informed

Mia Steadman, Contributing Writer

April 16, 2020

On March 9, the students of the University of New Haven were sent home. So I have been home for one month and four days. And boy, do I have a headache. It could be from the screens. After all, we are relying on them now more than ever: to communicate, for entertainment, to learn, to work, to...

Kobe Bryant, his Daughter, and Seven Others Killed in Helicopter Crash

Kobe Bryant, his Daughter, and Seven Others Killed in Helicopter Crash

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

Retired NBA star Kobe Bryant, 41, and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were among nine people killed in a helicopter crash early Sunday near Calabasas, Calif. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, when authorities arrived at the scene, they discovered a bushfire on the hillside...

CDC Confirms Second Case of Coronavirus in the US

Countries that have confirmed cases of the Coronavirus

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the second case of the deadly coronavirus late last week. The CDC is also reviewing 61 additional possible cases from 22 states, including the first US case in Washington and the second one in Illinois. Health officials say that the...

University Investigates Misconduct of Former Women’s Soccer Coach

Courtesy of Yale Athletics

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor

November 23, 2019

On Thursday, Stephen Kaplan, university president, sent a school email that said the university had hired an independent firm to investigate allegations against a former employee. Kaplan also asked that people come forward with information, if they had information. The employee was not named in the...

University Commemorates September 11th

University Commemorates September 11th

Earl Alexander Givan, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2019

At a 9/11 commemoration on campus, a University of New Haven faculty member reminded the crowd that if another terrorist attack occurs, alumni would be among the first responders. Former East Haven fire chief and current fire science and professional studies department faculty Wayne Sandford spoke about...

Seniors Pushed to Live Off Campus

Gerber Hall, tentatively,  a new home to New Haven first responders.

Beth Beaudry, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2019

For the class of 2021 and under, housing at the University of New Haven was not a concern. The upperclassmen  were not as fortunate. In 2017, the University accepted more students than ever before and guaranteed incoming students four years of housing. Due to the lack of housing, incoming students were placed  in sophomor...

West Haven Mayoral Candidates Debate

West Haven Mayoral Candidates Debate

Earl Alexander Givan, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2019

The University of New Haven hosted the West Haven democratic mayoral debate between two of the three candidates, Mayor Nancy Rossi and former mayor Ed O’Brien.  The third candidate, Debbie Collins, declined the university’s offer to attend. The debate was six days before the primary election o...

Dr. Henry C. Lee Defends His Name and Career

Dr. Henry C. Lee Defends His Name and Career

Anna Downs, Editor-in-Chief

September 10, 2019

In June Connecticut’s Supreme Court overturned the convictions of two men who in 1985 were sent to jail partly because of what the court said was inaccurate testimony, regarding the evidence, from Dr. Henry C. Lee, the renowned forensic scientist and University of New Haven stalwart. The cases we...

Summer of Updates Awaits Dining Services

Summer of Updates Awaits Dining Services

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2019

The way you eat at University of New Haven is prepped for multiple changes over the summer, including the potential removal of Sandella’s from the bottom of Bergami Hall. Other changes will include, better marketing for Energizer Café, incorporating an early morning option on the weekends, updatin...

Henry C. Lee College Awards Night Honors Students

The student award recipients all posed for a photo with the college faculty following the awards ceremony.

Jennifer Korn, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences recently recognized outstanding students and alumni at their awards ceremony on Thursday April 24. Several speakers, including Dr. Henry C. Lee, attended the event and gave advice to students who are preparing to graduate. Mario T. Gabou...

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