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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...

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...

University Remembers Holodomor

University Remembers Holodomor

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2018

On Dec. 1, the university gathered in Bucknall Theater to remember the 85th anniversary of Holodomor and the 5th anniversary of the Maidan Revolution of Dignity, both events in the history of the Ukraine....

Professor Interest Stems from Conflict in Ukraine

Professor Interest Stems from Conflict in Ukraine

Corina Rodriguez, Contributing Writer March 6, 2018

Olena Lennon began teaching in her homeland Ukraine, during which time she worked closely with the Peace Corps. That was her first experience working with young Americans who wanted to change the world,...

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