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EEE Mosquitos are a real threat to Connecticut


Ellie Sherry — Reporter Every year, one million people are killed by the world’s most deadly animals — and no, it is not the shark. It’s the mosquito. The majority of these deaths are from malaria, an infection spread by protozoan parasites, or dirty needles. The infection happens when an infected person’s blood goes into someone else; which is why

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The Big Event cleans up


Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter Every year, a group of students gather together to celebrate service and volunteer work through The Big Event, a day spent doing community service. This year, over 150 members signed up. Students were grouped according to their pre-designated service site and transported by either school bus or minivan. The multitude of service tasks completed included mulching, trash-picking, renovating

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Students learn to merge their career aspirations with community outreach


Haljit Basueljevic—Reporter During a roundtable discussion between seven community leaders called Transformative Careers in the Public Humanities, students learned to bridge the partnership between their aspirations and community outreach. The discussion took place last Wednesday, in the Adanti Student Center’s theater which was almost at full capacity. English major, Emily Wolfe, a senior, asked the guests what the best approach

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New Haven Symphony Orchestra to host concert in Lyman


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter The New Haven Symphony Orchestra will be hosting a concert entitled “To Thee We Sing” in the Lyman auditorium on Thursday, April 4. The event, which begins at 7:30 p.m., marks the 80th anniversary of Marian Anderson’s performance at the Lincoln Memorial and as sophomore Jessica Maier said, will celebrate the perseverance of the human spirit and ability

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University police shared detection data with ICE


Victoria Bresnahan, News Editor & Tamonda Griffiths, News Writer The university Police Department has been linked to providing license plate recognition data to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement through a cloud-based online database. Patrick Dilger, director of Integrated Communications & Marketing, said, in a telephone interview, the university disabled the sharing function of the database, Vigilant Solutions, once the

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Upgrades brought to annual hosting of the Girls and Women in Sports Day


Matt Gad—Sports Writer On Saturday, Moore Field House hosted the annual “Girls and Women In Sports Day,” a national initiative, and young girls were lead through training drills along with members of various campus athletic teams and clubs. Athletes from the soccer, field hockey, track and field, softball, volleyball, cheerleading, dance, lacrosse and gymnastics all came out to show their

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