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Mourning the Loss of University of New Haven Alum, Nicolette Dammacco-Charles

Mourning the Loss of University of New Haven Alum, Nicolette Dammacco-Charles

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor

September 25, 2019

Former University of New Haven student Nicolette Dammacco-Charles, of Massapequa, New York, died on Monday from complications of sickle cell thalassemia, an inherited blood disease.  Ms. Dammacco-Charles was 25. Ms. Dammacco-Charles graduated from the University of New Haven in 2016 with a degree in c...

Women’s Basketball Goes 2-1 in Puerto Rico Clasico

Women’s Basketball Goes 2-1 in Puerto Rico Clasico

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

November 28, 2018

Women’s basketball escaped the frigid weather over Thanksgiving weekend, as they traveled to tropical Puerto Rico to participate in the Puerto Rico Clasico. The team went 2-1 over the three-game tournament, and defeated Puerto Rico-Bayamon and Upper Iowa before losing to Central Oklahoma. The Ch...

Men’s Basketball Remains on Top

Men’s Basketball Remains on Top

Anthony Gangemi, Contributing Writer

November 28, 2018

After beginning their season with three straight blow-out victories, the New Haven Men’s Basketball team (4-0) squeaked by a pesky Concordia (2-3) team by a score of 74-70. Sophomore Derrick Rowland capped another all- around game with two clutch free throws in the final seconds to secure the Chargers ...

Football Falls For the Last Time

Football Falls For the Last Time

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

November 28, 2018

Football hosted Slippery Rock University in the NCAA Division II Second Round on Saturday, Nov. 24. The game did not go as planned for the Chargers, who were defeated 59-20. This is the program’s worst loss since they were defeated by Southern Connecticut State 54-20 in 2009. Slippery Rock came ou...

University’s Largest Class Comes Back Smaller

University’s Largest Class Comes Back Smaller

Sean McGuire, Contributing Writer

October 17, 2018

The Class of 2021 was the biggest freshman class to ever be accepted into the University of New Haven.  But is it as big as we remember? The answer is no. Every university has retention rates. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, defines retention rate as, “the percentage of...

“A Chorus Line” 101

“A Chorus Line” 101

Angela Tricarico, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017

A Chorus Line is one of the most well-known, well-loved and successful American musicals of all time. Winner of nine Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1976, A Chorus Line set a precedent for musicals, including perfecting the concept musical format. Beginning next Wednesday Nov. 15, throug...

Theater Club Promoted to Gold Status

Theater Club Promoted to Gold Status

Nelson VanDenburgh, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

The University of New Haven Theater Club has just been promoted to a gold status organization on campus, meaning they are fully funded and recognized by the university. The club “aims to incorporate as many aspects of the performing arts field as possible, and provide an inclusive environment to learn,...

Charger Basketball Plays at Midnight Madness

Charger Basketball Plays at Midnight Madness

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

October 20, 2017

On Wednesday, (October 18) the student body flocked to Charger Gym to get a glimpse of the university’s 2017-18 men’s and women’s basketball teams. The event featured giveaways including free t-shirts to the first 220 students that attended. They also had raffles that included a $50 Amazon gi...

Men’s Soccer Lose Three Matches Straight

Men’s Soccer Lose Three Matches Straight

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

October 17, 2017

On Tuesday,October 10th, The Chargers took on the Southern New Hampshire Penman on Kayo Field. New Haven, coming off a 2-0 loss to Saint Anselm, started off strong right out of the gate. The Chargers were able to draw a corner kick 33 seconds into the contest, but weren’t able to capitalize on the...

MIC Fall Fest Preview

MIC Fall Fest Preview

Lauren Cohen, Staff Writer

October 10, 2017

What do four bands and a cupcake truck have in common? They will all be at Fall Fest on Oct. 14th, which will be hosted by the Music Industry Club (MIC) . Starting at 3 p.m. in the Bixler/Gerber Quad, there will be food, games, and fun. During this time, the co-sponsors will have tables in the quad....

Two for the Price of One: A Twist of Lemmon

Two for the Price of One: A Twist of Lemmon

Sarah Costello, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2017

A memoir can tell about the life of an individual, but might not get the image across clearly. A stage performance can provide incredible flare, but requires a strong base of meaning to make it worthwhile. When you take the heartwarming, yet heartbreaking true tale of a familial relationship published in wri...

PRIDE’s Prom Gives Second Chances

PRIDE’s Prom Gives Second Chances

Karina Krul, Student Life Section Editor

March 29, 2017

Friday (March 24) night in the Alumni Lounge, PRIDE hosted their 4th annual Second Chance Prom. Students could bring their friends or their significant others to enjoy a night of music and dancing, door prizes, and a photo booth. There were several co-sponsors, including P.I.R.O., S.P.E.L.L., Frisbee...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Week of Service

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Week of Service

Karina Krul, Student Life Section Editor

March 29, 2017

This past week (March 20-24) was Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s (SAE) week of service. The fraternity organized and participated in various service events throughout the week, from Monday to Saturday. Planning for the event began as early as the end of February, although they began thinking about when to...

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