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Families come to campus

Families traveled from near and far to visit their loved ones Sat. Sept 20 for the University of New Haven’s annual Family Day. [caption id="attachment_17152" align="alignleft" width="300"] Families travel to visit UNH students and spend the day together (Office of Student ...
Families come to campus

Scholarship Ball raised over $1 Million, setting event record

By Leah Myers & Samantha Mathewson University of New Haven alumni set the record for the most money raised at the annual Scholarship Ball last May. Through admittance tickets sales, silent auctions, and scholarship donations that evening, the UNH alumni raised over $1 million dollars at the Scholarship Ball, which is the highest amount they […]

September 24, 2014 - read the full story

President’s Corner

My fellow chargers, This past Friday, President Obama and Vice President Biden announced the launch of the It’s On Us Campaign against sexual assault. Many organizations, celebrities, colleges and universities across the country partnered with this campaign. The University of New Haven is one of those schools! I would like to challenge you all to […]

September 24, 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

Black Keys at the Barclays

On Wed, Sept. 24, Assistant Editor Elissa Sanci and I went to see the Indie Rock duo The Black Keys of Akron, Ohio with opening Alternative Rock band Cage the Elephant of Bowling Green, Ky. at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Ny. As a longtime fan of both acts performing on The Black Keys’ Turn […]

September 25, 2014 - read the full story

Black Keys at the Barclays

by Kaitlin Mahar | September 25, 2014 0 comments
 

On Wed, Sept. 24, Assistant Editor Elissa Sanci and I went to see the Indie Rock duo The Black Keys of Akron, Ohio with opening Alternative Rock band Cage the Elephant of Bowling Green, Ky. at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Ny. As a longtime fan of both acts performing on The Black Keys’ Turn […]

Families come to campus

by Elissa Sanci | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

Families traveled from near and far to visit their loved ones Sat. Sept 20 for the University of New Haven’s annual Family Day. UNH had a plethora of events throughout the day for families to choose from; the activities ranged widely so there would be something for everyone and no one was left out. UNH […]

French Club Says “Bon Jour” to the UNH Campus

by The Charger Bulletin | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

By Alvaro Granados You may have heard of the Emergency Medical Services Club, Latin American Student Association or the many other clubs and organizations we have on campus, which number to over one hundred. However, if you are not of American birth, and if you speak more than one language, particularly French, you may be […]

Scholarship Ball raised over $1 Million, setting event record

by The Charger Bulletin | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

By Leah Myers & Samantha Mathewson University of New Haven alumni set the record for the most money raised at the annual Scholarship Ball last May. Through admittance tickets sales, silent auctions, and scholarship donations that evening, the UNH alumni raised over $1 million dollars at the Scholarship Ball, which is the highest amount they […]

Cyber Forensics and Research team open their doors

by Miriam Correia | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

The Cyber Forensics Research and Education Laboratory at the University of New Haven is now up and running. The Grand Opening ceremony and ribbon cutting was held Friday, Sept 19 in Buckman Hall, followed by a reception in Gehring Hall. Ronald S. Harichandran, Dean of the Tagliatela College of Engineering, welcomed everyone to the event. […]

Driven to Succeed: The book that will help you jumpstart your post-college plans

by Jenn Harrington | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

Driven to Succeed, written by Jason Navallo, is aimed to help post-graduation students start their careers after college by answering five questions: Which field should I choose? How should I write resumes? Where should I look for jobs? How should I prepare for interviews? How should I start a job search? Aside from reviewing the […]

Thoughts on Comedy From Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist

by Kaitlin Mahar | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

There are not enough women in late night comedy. This is just a fact. Watch any late-night TV host or comedy special – The Late Show, Conan, Late Night, etc. – and you’ll see that they all have one thing in common: zero women. The exceptions, of course, are the shows’ guests, some of which […]

Trying to make the grass greener on the other side?

by Kayla Katt | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

While walking to class, I don’t appreciate getting wet from the sprinklers. I also dislike having to dodge the giant puddles in the walkways that the sprinklers make. Sprinklers should be used to water grass, not the concrete and especially not me. The placement of the sprinklers boggles my mind. It’s as if the University […]

You don’t know Weezer?

by Katelyn Clark | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

Over the weekend, the iHeart Radio Music Festival was held in Las Vegas and streamed all over the world. I was so excited as I watched, from the comfort of my couch, artists take the stage, play a set of five songs, plugging iHeart Radio multiple times throughout, then on to the next musician. I […]

What YOU Need to Know About Financial Aid

by The Charger Bulletin | September 24, 2014 0 comments
 

By The Feds We’re back! The Financial Aid Office’s student workers, also known as ‘The Feds’, are back and ready to start the new school year off on the right foot. You might ask, who are ‘The Feds’? We are student workers; our job is to reach out to students, to answer basic questions about […]

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