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Newly-surfaced confession tapes from 1950s offers information on cold case

Newly-surfaced confession tapes from 1950s offers information on cold case

Editor’s Note: This story was reported by Mariah Towles, Sarah Carman, Teresa Zangari, Stephen Gangi and Valentina Ortiz Elian in cooperation with The University of New Haven's Charger Bulletin and The...

Concerns on campus: Listen to students for change

Concerns on campus: Listen to students for change

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer November 9, 2021

As we progress through the semester, students have a greater sense of what they want to see changed throughout the university community. After interviewing members of the student body across campus, university...

The outside of Winchester Hall, Oct. 9, West Haven.

Does the lack of soundproofing in university residence halls violate personal privacy?

James Lande, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

Although privacy is not a right directly guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution, it is still something that everybody expects to have. This is why the founders created a handful of privacy-oriented amendments...

A student runs across an inflatable s at at Family Day, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2021

Blue and Gold is proudly represented on campus during Family Day

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor September 28, 2021

The University of New Haven beamed in blue and gold as family and friends of the Charger Nation gathered together to participate in this year's Family Day on Sept. 25. The festival reached registration...

How confident do students feel about finals?

How confident do students feel about finals?

Kiana White, Contributing Writer April 27, 2021

May 12 will mark the end of the spring 2021 semester. Despite the relief students may feel as summer approaches, how confident do students feel about finals? For many college students, final exams are...

How have students’ academic lives been affected by university COVID adjustments?

How have students’ academic lives been affected by university COVID adjustments?

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor November 16, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of New Haven shifted to, approximately, a 30 percent remote learning format in order to “minimize any disruption of the academic calendar and student...

How the election is impacting mental health among students

How the election is impacting mental health among students

Kelly Adkins, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

As 2020 comes to an end in all of its glory, the U.S. Presidential election is just another additive to mental health struggles for the students on campus. According to a BioMed Central study on the...

As We Transition to Canvas

As We Transition to Canvas

Gina Beattie, Contributing Writer September 14, 2020

With the start of the new semester, the University of New Haven has implemented a new learning management system (LMS), Canvas. This system has replaced Blackboard, the previously utilized system. With...

Power 5 conferences set precedents for other schools amid the pandemic

Power 5 conferences set precedents for other schools amid the pandemic

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor August 31, 2020

As schools begin to return to campus for their respected fall semesters, all eyes are on Power 5 conferences, the Big Ten, South Eastern Conference (SEC), Atlantic Coastal Conference (ACC), Big 12 and...

Commuter students say they’re tired of being “dismissed” amid changes caused by COVID-19

Commuter students say they’re tired of being “dismissed” amid changes caused by COVID-19

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor July 16, 2020

In the middle of the changes the University of New Haven is facing because of state coronavirus guidelines, commuter students say they lack information about their return to campus. Following the first...

Students Respond to Internal Hire of Chief Diversity Officer

Students Respond to Internal Hire of Chief Diversity Officer

Kelly Adkins, Staff Writer July 13, 2020

The appointment of a school chief diversity officer has received some backlash from the campus community. In June, in response to recent national events of violence and a University of New Haven alumni’s...

Reflection on COVID-19: Zoltan Panyi

Reflection on COVID-19: Zoltan Panyi

Zoltan Panyi, Student Feature May 8, 2020

I was finishing my team lift at North Campus when our trainer told us there was an announcement he needed to make. I thought it was kind of odd that for half of the lift Coach Faug was not there for half...

Reflection on COVID-19: Mekhi Henderson

Reflection on COVID-19: Mekhi Henderson

Mekhi Henderson, Student Feature May 8, 2020

My experience during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has been interesting. I have been staying with my family in San Marcos, Calif. The weather is lovely here, but the time difference has been a bit of...

Reflection on COVID-19: Ashlynn O’Keefe

Reflection on COVID-19: Ashlynn O’Keefe

Ashlynn O’Keefe, Student Feature May 8, 2020

The current pandemic came as a shock to everyone. I never thought I would go through something so terrifying and horrible in my lifetime. To my knowledge, I have not contracted the coronavirus, but I know...

Reflection on COVID-19: Ashley Barry

Reflection on COVID-19: Ashley Barry

Ashley Barry, Student Feature May 8, 2020

My friends and I were at the Recreation Center when Pres. Kaplan emailed the student body to encourage us to leave campus as soon as possible. It felt like the world stopped. Everyone was looking down...

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