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Up ‘til Dawn sets a new goal

Samantha Mathewson

November 12, 2014

The University of New Haven’s St. Jude Up ‘til Dawn has challenged themselves to raise $18,000 by Thanksgiving break after surpassing their initial goal of $16,500. “We have had two major side events thus far. We have had our first annual Dodge Ball Tournament and our annual Zombie Prom. In total, both events...

Students petition the phasing out of graduate education program

Samantha Mathewson

November 12, 2014

Information of a proposed phase-out of the graduate education program was announced Friday, Nov. 7, as a result of the university’s Charging Forward intiative. Members of the department have since petitioned the proposal in attempts to keep the graduate program alive and flourishing at UNH.  Changes were expected, b...

UNH adds sixth college

Miriam Correia

September 10, 2014

This fall semester has brought many exciting changes to the University of New Haven, including the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, which has been added as UNH’s sixth college. Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts merged with UNH this past summer and is a four-year, nationally accredited college offering...

Spring Concert explodes with Krewella

Ashley Winward

May 6, 2014

This past Saturday, 1,100 Spring Concert attendees were treated to a power-packed concert put on by SCOPE. The Verge Campus Tour has been rolling through over 20 colleges in the past month bringing vendors as well as music. Verge Campus prides themselves on being “an all-inclusive national music tour...

Potential smoking ban sparks mixed reviews from students

Liana Teixeira

April 30, 2014

The University of New Haven may be the next university to join the smoke-free/tobacco-free campus trend sweeping the nation. In an email sent to all students and faculty on Wednesday, April 23, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Rebecca Johnson, announced that the university...

Are you Afraid of the ’90s?

Samantha Mathewson

April 23, 2014

Michele Ann Suttile, a 2006 University of New Haven graduate, is now a working actress currently producing her first independent film, Are You Afraid of The ‘90s?   Are You Afraid of The ‘90s? is a short indie comedy about one girl’s quarter-life crisis and how her obsession with the 90s becomes a living nightmare. The film stars Heat...

UNH dedicates Dodds Theater to alumnus William L. Bucknall Jr.

Elissa Sanci

April 16, 2014

The University of New Haven dedicated Dodds Theater in honor of William L. Bucknall Jr., April 10 at 4 p.m. Bucknall and his wife, their family, friends, members of the Board of Governors, alumni, students and faculty alike gathered at the entrance of the newly appointed Bucknall Theater to honor Bucknall’s...

Have you seen…

Samantha Mathewson

April 9, 2014

Recent thefts on campus leave Campus Police searching for the culprit. While progress has been made, the investigation of the electronic thefts from Buckman, Dodds and Harugari Halls remains active as Chief of Police Mark DeLieto and Assistant Chief of Police Donald Parker search for the suspe...

Where fundraising and competition collide

Patricia Oprea

April 2, 2014

Rotaract Club hosts the second annual Hunger Games to raise money for Shelterbox. Although there were no poisonous berries, food shortages or deaths of valiant tributes, Rotaract Club sponsored the University of New Haven’s second annual Hunger Games from March 23 to March 26. Being a community-service ...

We are the Chargers

Samantha Mathewson

March 26, 2014

To promote University of New Haven tradition, and increase school spirit and knowledge of UNH Fight Song, USGA President Zani Imetovski and Director of Student Activities Greg Overend decided to paste the song’s lyrics on the stairs leading upstairs from the Bartels Marketplace. The project was funded in ...

Celebrating the Children

Samantha Salvio

March 12, 2014

Up ‘Til Dawn surpasses their fundraising goal, raising over $34,000 for the patients at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. After six months of hard work, University of New Haven’s Up ‘Til Dawn surpassed their goal of $30,000 and raised over $34,000 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital, becoming the top fundraising Up ‘Til Dawn university chapter in the New Engl...

Unexplained Denial of Parking Appeal Raises Concerns and Questions

Elissa Sanci

February 26, 2014

After trudging through the snowy weather after a three-hour class, one University of New Haven graduate student returned to his car to find a soggy ticket plastered to the windshield of his car. He angrily read the charges—“Faculty Only Parking,” it said—and, after noticing he wasn’t parked...

New Semester Brings Changes to Math Zone

Liana Teixeira

February 19, 2014

Cindy Kern recognizes the difficulties faced by first-year students when it came to Math Zone. “It was really difficult to transition from a high school environment where you have a very structured math experience to an experience where [the students] felt they were on their own,” said the new i...

Chinese New Year Takes to the Stage

Patricia Oprea

February 12, 2014

In the U.S., the New Year is always celebrated on Jan. 1, but this is not the case in other countries. In China, the new year began Jan. 31, and it marks the start of the year 4712. The Chinese New Year is a fifteen-day celebration, changing yearly based on the lunar calendar. Suitably for the UNH Charg...

Good Samaritan Fund Created after Campus Gun Scare

Elissa Sanci

February 5, 2014

President Kaplan called on the University of New Haven community to help raise funds for the homeless woman who called the police after witnessing a student taking guns from his car in the Shop Rite parking lot and walking toward campus. “All of us are grateful for her actions. Some have sugges...

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