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Anti-Russian discrimination in the U.S. on the rise after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Finley Chapman, Contributing Writer April 12, 2022

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, Russians who have immigrated to other countries have been facing increased discrimination and violence. This hostility has manifested itself in decreased business and employment...

Members of the university community gather outside of Maxcy Hall in support of Ukraine, West Haven, April 1, 2022.

University community unifies to support Ukraine war efforts

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 12, 2022

University graduate student, Arman Agwal, has encouraged those in the community to “come to support freedom, and to support life.” On April 1, staff, students and individuals from the surrounding...

Olivia Rodrigo speaks during Billboard Women in Music event, March 3, 2022.

Billboard Music Awards recognizes women during Women’s History Month

Antoinette Yen, Entertainment Editor March 11, 2022

Billboard's annual Women in Music Awards recognize the top female artists, producers and executives who have made significant contributions to the music industry in the previous year. Despite the fact...

Child protesting the war in Uraine, Berlin, Feb. 24. 2022.

Sweeping sanctions are placed on Russia amid ongoing Ukraine Invasion

Lillian Newton, Staff Writer March 8, 2022

Since the start of Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, the majority of countries around the world have come together to condemn Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin and his administration for choosing to start...

Professors virtually present information on Putin’s activity, West Haven, Feb. 25, 2022.

University has discussion on Russia’s war against Ukraine

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor March 1, 2022

On Feb. 25, an email from Dean Ophelie Rowe-Allen invited the university community to join a speaker series from the College of Arts and Sciences and Department of National Security, discussing the warring...

A row of Ukrainian flags outside the House with Chimaeras, Kyiv, Ukraine.

An analysis of Russia’s possible invasion on Ukraine

Lillian Newton, Staff Writer February 15, 2022

Perspective In October 2021, Russia began moving troops and military equipment towards their shared border with Ukraine, causing fears of a potential invasion. Satellite images from late last year showcased...

The Sochi Games: Raising The LGBT Flag

Kardelen Akkus February 12, 2014

The University of New Haven’s Institution for Social Justice along with UNH Pride held an informative social on Thursday, Feb. 6, in light of the harsh treatment of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender...

Russia’s Conflict with the New Arms Control Treaty

Kait Richmond February 16, 2011

Russia and the U.S. activated a new arms control treaty earlier this month, but Russia is already reconsidering its participation. After months of difficult negotiations both at home and abroad,...

Russia: Suicide Bomber Attacked the Moscow Airport

The Associated Press January 26, 2011

MOSCOW (AP) — An explosion ripped through the international arrivals hall at Moscow’s busiest airport on Monday, killing at least 31 people and wounding up to 145 as it coated the terminal in...

Polish leader, 96 others dead in Russia jet crash

Liz De La Torre April 10, 2010

From The Associated Press SMOLENSK, Russia – Polish President Lech Kaczynski and some of the country's highest military and civilian leaders died on Saturday when the presidential plane crashed as...

Obama, Medvedev sign treaty to cut nuclear arms

Liz De La Torre April 8, 2010

From The Associated Press PRAGUE – Casting aside years of rancor, President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday signed the biggest nuclear arms pact in a generation, lacing...

Double Suicide Bombings Kill 38 on Moscow Subway

The Associated Press April 1, 2010

MOSCOW – Terror returned to the heart of Russia, with two deadly suicide bombings on the Moscow subway at rush hour, including an attack at the station beneath the headquarters of the secret police. At...

Medvedev Demands Resignations Over Flop

The Charger Bulletin March 3, 2010

MOSCOW (AP)—Russian President Dmitry Medvedev demanded Monday that sports officials step down over the country’s dismal performance at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Russia, a traditional winter...

Russia hopes nuclear ship will fly humans to Mars

Joshua Van Hoesen October 29, 2009

From The Associated Press MOSCOW – Russia should build a new nuclear-powered spaceship for prospective manned missions to Mars and other planets, the nation's space chief said Thursday. Anatoly...

St Petersburg OKs skyscraper by Russian gas giant

Joshua Van Hoesen September 23, 2009

From The Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Russia – Preservationists and opposition politicians on Wednesday decried St. Petersburg's decision to allow Gazprom, the state natural gas giant, to build...

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