Campus News and Events






U.N.H. “Smokes-Out” Smoking

Health Services will sponsor The Great American Smoke-Out on Thursday, November 17 to advocate for smoking prevention in conjunction with the American Cancer Society. The…


A Transformative New Chapter Begins

A new chapter in the University of New Haven’s history kicked off with the formal announcement of the Bergami Center for Science, Technology. A ceremony…


Put a Pin in It

Following this year’s presidential election, Donald Trump being declared the winner, there have been many riots erupting all over the country, and not all of…


ChargerThon

Saturday [Nov. 12] was the second annual finale to ChargerThon. It ran from 6 p.m. Saturday night to 6 a.m. Sunday morning and took place…



From Wooster Square to Up in the Air

Michael Quiello grew up right in downtown New Haven. All of his childhood he was told that he couldn’t do things. He couldn’t get off…




The Trump House

Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States of America on Tuesday night. He won the electoral vote in a nail biter…









Sock-Off to the Election

Four years ago, NBC was the first news outlet to announce that Barack Obama had been re-elected to serve as the President of the United…


A Super Day for a Super Hero

On Saturday October 22, University of New Haven’s Love Your Melon Crew had a special superhero come and visit U.N.H. Christian Reynoso is a five-year-old…



Trump and Clinton Enter the Final Stage

Wednesday night marked the final time Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would be on stage together, at least for the foreseeable future. Moderated by Fox…


Food Committee Plans to Spice Up U.N.H.

The food committee unites with Sodexo representatives to make improvements to pre- existing food services and develop new offerings at U.N.H. Students can voice their…



U.N.H. Students Give Back in Allingtown

On Saturday, October 15,from 10am-12pm, many UNH students participated in the Allingtown clean-up. This clean-up has been bringing UNH students into the community around them…



Sheriff Clarke is Not Done Yet

As of October 11, Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee posted another article online about the controversy over him and the University of New Haven. Sheriff…


Sheriff Clarke – An Open Forum

The University of New Haven campus community is hosting a open forum that is welcoming all discussion geared toward the current controversy centered around Milwaukee…