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Lay down the tracks

Lay down the tracks

April 26, 2016

Why everyone should be well-travelled

Amanda Hoskins

November 4, 2014

As I count down the days until I study abroad in a country I love, speak the Spanish language and live and learn about a new culture, of course I have fears. I booked my flights, calculated the days and realized – wow – I am...

Ebola not likely to reach the university

Amanda Hoskins

October 22, 2014

News editor Amanda Hoskins had an exclusive interview with Doctor Brewer. See the full story. http://youtu.be/LZsKCkmehyU

Update: Student hit by car on Sherman Ave.

Amanda Hoskins

October 8, 2014

A student was struck by a car at 4:30 a.m. on Oct. 5 near the entrance to the York Hill campus, according to a Hamden police report. Junior Peter Lanwes was crossing Sherman Avenue when he was hit by a 39-year-old New Haven...

U.S. man attempts to join ISIS

Amanda Hoskins

October 7, 2014

A 19-year-old man from Illinois was charged with allegedly trying to join ISIS on Monday. Mohammed Hamzah Khan was trying to board a flight from O’Hare International Airport to Vienna when he was arrested, according to NBC....

Spanish nurse infected with Ebola

Amanda Hoskins

October 7, 2014

A nurse in Spain was identified with the Ebola virus on Monday. The nurse had worked with a priest who died from Ebola, according to NBC. He came in contact with the virus while doing missionary work. The 30 people working at...

Supreme Court refuses to address same-sex marriage

Amanda Hoskins

October 7, 2014

The Supreme Court made the decision Monday to not address the legal cases for same-sex marriage in individual states, according to CNN. This means states will get to decide whether or not to allow same-sex marriage, according...

The danger of overseas reporting

Amanda Hoskins

October 7, 2014

I read a Facebook post the other day from an anchor I used to work with. It asked if you were a journalist and had to choose between two assignments: covering the war or covering disease outbreak in a foreign country ... what...

Beyond the Bobcat

Amanda Hoskins

October 1, 2014

Multiple robberies in Hamden homes Early Monday morning, a family on West Helen Street woke up to find a purse with keys and a wallet missing. The man crawled through an unlocked window to enter the home, according to police....

Fall Fest returns for a second year

Amanda Hoskins

September 24, 2014

At 1:30 p.m. Saturday the gates will open by the Commons Bridge and students will flood South Lot for the second Student Programming Board’s Fall Fest concert. After last year’s concert, SPB decided they wanted to do it...