The Charger Bulletin has been in print since the 1920s!

Editor-in-Chief: Celina Natola
Assistant Editor: Zack Rosen

As the official student newspaper of the University of New Haven since 1938, the staff of The Charger Bulletin strives to write articles that express student opinion and news from a student's point of view. We cover on-campus and off-campus events; local, national and important international news stories; and we even feature political editorials, comics, entertainment reviews and more. Our many features include The Charger Battery, which recaps the week at UNH covering the pros and cons with a sarcastic twist.

As of Spring 2007, additional features include the Political Roving Reporter, WNHU's DJ of the Week, Ask Ernie Advice Column, and much more!

Our staff of talented writers and photographers captures the best of what is important to UNH students, and a staff position is open to anyone willing to come to meetings and put in some effort.

Though we are known for publishing the weekly paper, The Charger Bulletin is also mainly responsible for working on College Night, an event for all local college students that takes place in the Broadway area of downtown New Haven. Colleges involved include the University of New Haven, Yale University, Southern Connecticut State University, and Albertus Magnus College. As of Spring 2007, UNH students have been involved with pre-College Night events throughout campus.

With the induction of the new Editor-in-Chief and Assistant Editor (Celina Natola and Zack Rosen, respectively) on June 01, 2007, new aspects of The Charger Bulletin include this brand new online version of the paper, as well as our new masthead.

If you are interested in writing for The Charger Bulletin, please visit our office upstairs in Bartels Hall, come to one of our meetings, or contact us!

This website would not be possible without the help of Bert Wagner of RDesigns Online, Holly Bergevin of PositionIsEverything, and the University of New Haven.

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