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Save-A-Breast

The Black Student Union, along with sixteen other organizations, showed their support in the fight against breast cancer on Oct. 19 in the Beckerman Recreation Center with their fourth annual Save-A-Breast fair. [caption id="attachment_17490" align="alignleft" width="198"] Students form a human ribbon ...
Save-A-Breast

Dancing with the undead

St. Jude Up til Dawn hosted the Zombie Prom in the Beckerman Rec Center on Friday, Oct. 17, to raise money for St. Jude’s Hospital. The event was structured as a high school prom, with food, photos, and fun. Guests were encouraged to come as zombies and ghouls to “scare away cancer” and celebrate Halloween. […]

October 22, 2014 - read the full story

President’s Corner

Chargers! I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Fall Break and is ready to get back to work in order to have a successful end of the Fall Semester. This week looks to be exciting with Charge-A-Palooza full of many fun events, like Midnight Madness on Wednesday Oct. 22, Charlie’s Birthday and the Reality […]

October 22, 2014 - 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

Superhero News

A ton of superhero movie news came out this week. After the well-received Lego Movie made $468 million dollars, a sequel seemed inevitable. Not only are we getting a sequel, but a spinoff film featuring Batman is going to be released before The Lego Movie 2 on May 26, 2017. Lego Movie 2 has been […]

October 23, 2014 - read the full story

Superhero News

by Ben Atwater | October 23, 2014 0 comments
 

A ton of superhero movie news came out this week. After the well-received Lego Movie made $468 million dollars, a sequel seemed inevitable. Not only are we getting a sequel, but a spinoff film featuring Batman is going to be released before The Lego Movie 2 on May 26, 2017. Lego Movie 2 has been […]

Friday Night Lights

by Francesca Fontanez | October 23, 2014 0 comments
 

The Kayo Field was all aglow with Friday night lights on Oct. 17 as students partook in all sorts of recreational festivities. One Friday each month, ChargerREC staff members and Office of Residential Life come together to sponsor “Friday Night Lights,” a program intended to give students a positive option for Friday night activity. The […]

Save-A-Breast

by Elissa Sanci | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

The Black Student Union, along with sixteen other organizations, showed their support in the fight against breast cancer on Oct. 19 in the Beckerman Recreation Center with their fourth annual Save-A-Breast fair. From 1 to 3 p.m., 16 different recognized student organizations had tables set up around the Rec Center, each raising awareness for breast […]

Dancing with the undead

by The Charger Bulletin | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

St. Jude Up til Dawn hosted the Zombie Prom in the Beckerman Rec Center on Friday, Oct. 17, to raise money for St. Jude’s Hospital. The event was structured as a high school prom, with food, photos, and fun. Guests were encouraged to come as zombies and ghouls to “scare away cancer” and celebrate Halloween. […]

UNH professor impacts education in Conn.

by Miriam Correia | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

The University of New Haven’s Nancy Niemi has been appointed to Connecticut’s Commissioner of Education’s Network for Transforming Education Grant Team. Recently, Connecticut has been awarded quite a few grants, including a grant to transform school climate, the Project Prevent Grant, which is providing funding to school districts to assist students who are directly or […]

Westside’s official opening

by Samantha Mathewson | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

Twelve University of New Haven community officials grasped golden scissors to make Westside’s opening official. The ceremonial ribbon-cutting took place Oct. 16, at 11 a.m. in Westside Hall. President Kaplan identified the newest residence hall as state of the art and most contemporary in terms of design, creativity and utility. “This was in many ways […]

Anything but Burnt

by Samantha Mathewson | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

Burnt Bakery of Woodbridge, Conn. will be celebrating its first birthday Friday, Nov. 14.   With a new spin on the word burnt, owner Rebecca Colburn’s philosophy is baking well-done, and while most question why she would name her bakery Burnt, she explained that’s what makes her philosophy so important in that it is the […]

E-bowl-a

by Kayla Katt | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

The national scare is more contagious than the actual virus  One of the biggest topics in today’s news is the Ebola virus. This topic is very contagious, unlike the virus itself; once one person mentions it, everyone’s talking about it. It’s like a bowling ball knocking one pin down and then that pin knocking down […]

Movie magic

by Caitlin Duncan | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

Why is it so easy in movies? Why is it that the guy falls in love with the shy, quiet girl that nobody notices? Why does the girl always break through the tough guy’s shell and see the softer side of him? Movies always end the same way. The guy and the girl fall in […]

Emma Watson makes strides towards an equal society

by The Charger Bulletin | October 22, 2014 0 comments
 

By Nicole Sansone Contributing Writer nsans1@unh.newhaven.edu Two weeks ago, Emma Watson made a very important speech. She stood up in front of the UN Secretary General, Executive Director of UN Women and many other important people as she addressed the gender issue of inequality all throughout the world. This speech was not only an incredible […]

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