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Leadership Day 2015

University of New Haven students participated in Leadership Day Jan. 20, where professionals shared their experience and knowledge on how to become better student leaders. [caption id="attachment_18081" align="alignleft" width="300"] Joshua Fredenburg (Photo obtained via www.visionxy.com)[/caption] Leadership Day was sponsored by the Office ...
Leadership Day 2015

More Tracks, More Options

The department opens more doors for incoming students, with the introduction of six new specialized major “tracks.” The University of New Haven Communication, Film and Media Studies Department has added six new tracks to the pre-existing communication major. Students are now able to take a specific track when entering the major; these tracks include Journalism, […]

January 28, 2015 - read the full story

President’s Corner

Hello Chargers, Happy New Year and welcome back to campus! I hope you had an enjoyable break and a happy holiday. With the spring semester comes many fun and exciting opportunities, so remember to take advantage of them. This semester, the USGA Meeting will be on Fridays at 12:30 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge. There […]

January 28, 2015 - read the full story

Olympian Phaidra Knight visits the UNH Women’s Rugby Club

By Annalisa Berardinelli Senior Sarah Alley founded the University of New Haven Women’s Rugby Club in the spring 2014 semester. The club has slowly grown to 37 members and is actively competing in matches. The two coaches, Ray Peterson and Alycia Washington, have been training and educating the team about the sport in order to help […]

September 22, 2014 - read the full story

Photo of the Week

By Caitlin Duncan, Sophomore Taken in San Salavador, Bahamas Jan. 2015 “Snail crawls across Fossil Reef on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas,” – Duncan Tweet

January 28, 2015 - read the full story

SCOPE it out

by Scope | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

This Week’s SCOPE Events: Thursday, Jan. 29: Mario Kart Tournament is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Bartels Student Dining Room. Prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Friday, Jan. 30 : Chinese Letter Art and Caricature Art is from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Bartels […]

Photo of the Week

by Caitlin Duncan | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

By Caitlin Duncan, Sophomore Taken in San Salavador, Bahamas Jan. 2015 “Snail crawls across Fossil Reef on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas,” – Duncan Tweet

Livewell’s Latest

by Shannon Livewell | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

Matt Gold’s Truth on Tape It’s about time we were introduced to an artist with the lyrical ability and uncanny melodic resemblance of Elton John. The similarity between Matt Gold, Indiana born singer-songwriter, and staple musicians such as Elton John and Billy Joel is incomprehensible. Gold melds poetic verses with simplistic piano-based instrumentals, bringing forth […]

The only song stuck in my head

by Andrew Lagambina | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

Top 40 radio can often be a barren wasteland of uninspired music. While the melodies are infinitely catchy, much of that music is far too repetitive and meaningless for many people to give the time of day. Hip Hop, specifically Top 40 Hip Hop, produces some of the worst offenders. So, imagine my surprise when […]

Turn Life Lunar interview

by Elyse Von Der Fecht | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

Turn Life Lunar is a pop-electro band based out of Connecticut. They describe their sound as “intense” and “evolving.” Their achievements include a nine-song album “Worth The Wait” and national recognition from USA Today College. I recently had the chance to interview Scott Ogilvy and Amanda Lewis. Here are the questions I asked them. Elyse: […]

Local Gigs of the Week

by Ashley Winward | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

Toads Place Jan. 29: Lotus with Moon Hooch Jan. 30: Opus’ B-Day Blizzard Bash feat Jasta, Dead by Wednesday and more Feb. 4: The Woah Tour feat Round2Crew, Dylan Holland and Alyssa Shouse Feb. 5: Marky Ramone Book Signing The Oakdale Jan. 30: Dasik with KennedyJones, Trolley Snatcha and Barely Alive Jan. 31: Get the […]

MLK’s Dream comes true with Selma

by Ben Atwater | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

History sure does repeat itself. This past fall, the media has been exclusively focused on cases of supposed police brutality towards blacks in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island. While I have no problem with cops doing their jobs, as they did in these cases, and like to think that modern day police officers have the […]

Album of the Week

by Ashley Winward | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

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Exodus: Let My Boredom Go

by Ben Atwater | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

Hollywood whitewashing has been a constant issue of controversy in the media. Liberal interest groups have historically complained that when a film adapted from source material with non-white characters casts white actors to play these non-white roles. Recently, The Last Airbender and The Lone Ranger have received media backlash for casting white actors in non-white […]

Winter Roundup

by Ben Atwater | January 28, 2015 0 comments
 

Well, it’s been one big winter for movies. First off, The Interview was pulled from theaters. After theaters received threats from cyber terrorists that any screen showing it would suffer casualties in the audiences, most major theater chains in the country pulled the film from showings. It was subsequently released on home media and has […]

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