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COVID & College - What’s the point of coming to campus?

COVID & College – What’s the point of coming to campus?

Tiana Frias, Contributing Writer September 28, 2020

Coming to college is something a young adult thinks and dreams about from an early age. Television shows and movies show what “college life” looks like and give students expectations about it. Though...

10 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Semester!

10 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Semester!

Kristen Marcus, Opinion Editor August 31, 2020

We are going through a lot of changes on campus due to the pandemic, but now that we are back together on campus - socially distant - that does not mean that we still won’t have a great time. Here are...

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LGBTQ+ students speak about campus experience; Lorenzo Boyd describes plans to improve

Kayla Mutchler and Amanda M. Castro August 31, 2020

Campus-related events that occurred over the summer have led students and on-campus organizations to speak out about what they describe as offensive treatment of the LGBTQ+ community. With the hire of...

University discourages nonessential travel

Student First, Employee Later

Lauren Fligg, Contributing Writer September 26, 2019

Congratulations, you scored your very first on-campus job! You conquered the job hunting process filled with resumés, clammy handshakes and uncomfortable interview clothes.  I hope you’re ready...

SCOPE it out

Scope February 11, 2015

Friday February 13 Edible chocolate Photos will be from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Bartel’s Programming Space. The Movie “Fury” will be at 8pm in Gehring Hall 301. Popcorn will be served at...

Service animals allowed at UNH

Courtney Brooks September 17, 2014

The University of New Haven welcomes canine friends in their community to accompany those with disabilities. An email was sent out by Linda Copeny-Okeke, director of Campus Access Services, last...

Mental Health on Campus: Are We Well?

Elizabeth Field April 11, 2012

Have you been waking up on the wrong side of the bed lately, or are you showing signs of chronic depression? Are you a stressed out over upcoming finals, or are you experiencing symptoms of anxiety? Would...

LAU Hosts Third Deal or No Deal on Campus

Samantha Mathewson February 29, 2012

On Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, Lambda Alpha Upsilon hosted Deal or No Deal in Dodds Theatre at the University of New Haven. 16 ladies from various sororities and organizations on campus in black dresses...

The Twilight Saga on Campus

Michelle R Morra February 29, 2012

What would a great Film Week be without some great movies?  Well SCOPE’s Film Committee picked one of the biggest movies of all time, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One.  On Tuesday February...

Magic Stirs on Campus as Scope Brings Harry Potter to Life

Ashley Johnson February 29, 2012

University students got a chance at a magical life this week with life size Wizards Chess and Harry Potter Video Games, as well as a motion simulator that took you onto a flying car ride.  Students lined...

SCOPE It Out!

Michelle R Morra September 22, 2010

This was another full week of great events that we planned for everyone on campus.  Of course, there was the weekly movie, and Weekend Programming planned their great events, but this time we also had...

Second Childhood Here We Come

Joann Wolwowicz September 15, 2010

When you get to college, it’s official, childhood is over. Wrong!!! This weekend, SCOPE had a second childhood planned for the campus that was set up in the quad. Who says that childhood should end?...

SCOPE it Out!

Michelle R Morra September 8, 2010

Everyone give yourselves a hand…..you have made it through the first full week of classes!!! After a long week of classes, everyone wants to relax and have fun hanging out with friends. SCOPE planned...

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