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The Charger Bulletin

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | November 19, 2014

Chargers,

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

This week is the “It’s On Us National Week of Action.” Throughout the country, many schools, including UNH, will be hosting events and raising awareness to end sexual misconduct. Please take a look at the schedule below and check out the window of the Bartels Campus Center for more information. Please sign the UNH “It’s On Us” pledge at the Bartels’ tables throughout the week.

On Friday, USGA will be in the Alumni Lounge at 11 a.m., and I encourage you all to attend, and to continue to stay involved on campus.

With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching, I would like to wish you all safe travels and to have an enjoyable break with friends and family.

IT’S ON US TO END CAMPUS VIOLENCE: Presented by College Advocate – Rape, and sponsored by the Crisis Center of Milford from 5 to 7 p.m. in Bucknall Theater on Monday, Nov. 17

RAD PRESENTATION: Presented by Sgt. Holster and sponsored by Campus Police, held in the German Club from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 18

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE POETRY SPEAK OUT & VIGIL:  Sponsored by the Victimology Club, held on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. in Bucknall Theater

HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS WEEK: All residence halls

STUDENT LEADER ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Sponsored by USGA “It’s On Us” from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Moulton Lounge on Thursday, Nov 20; invite only.

RED FLAG CAMPAIGN: Visible all week on the UNH campus and sponsored by the Victimology Club

RELATIONSHIP ABUSE LAWN SIGNS: Sponsored by the Violence Prevention & Intervention Center (VPIC), and visible all week on the UNH campus.

 

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Richard Rotella

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | November 12, 2014

Hello Chargers,

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

I hope everyone has been enjoying the fall weather. As we begin our last full month of classes, it is important to take some time for yourself and relax so you don’t burn out; go out and watch a movie or hang out with friends. In the end, it is your health that is most important.

This past week was the Bartels Fellowship Lecture Series. Martha Poulter ’92 spoke to many students and faculty about her career and life experiences. I would like to thank Martha again, all those who attended, and the many people that made this wonderful event happen and continue to happen.

As I begin my fifth month in office I am reaching out to all of you for some input, both positive and negative. You can email me at USGApresident@newhaven.edu or call my office at (203) 932-7300. Look forward to hearing from you.

Warmest regards,
Richard J. Rotella
USGA President
Putting you in USGA!

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | October 29, 2014

Chargers,

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

I hope that everyone enjoyed Charge-A-Palooza week last week. It was great to see everyone at Midnight Madness, Swimsuit Sprint and Homecoming. Many of these events have slowly become UNH traditions and an important part of our campus.

A special thank you goes to the countless alumni of UNH that attended Homecoming. Their attendance shows that you are not a Charger for just four years, but, instead, are a Charger for the rest of your life.

I would also like to thank EMS Club, Fire Science Club, American Criminal Justice Association, Sigma Chi and Up Til Dawn for participating in the first ever Homecoming Chariot Race; it was a great success. And congratulations to Sigma Chi for coming in first, followed closely by EMS Club in second, and Up Til Dawn in third.
Just as a reminder, USGA will be in the German Club this Friday, October 31 at 11 a.m. There will also be a President’s Roundtable before the meeting in the German Club at 9:45 a.m.

Warmest regards,
Richard J. Rotella
USGA President

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | October 22, 2014

Chargers!

Chariot Yearbook Photo

Richard Rotella (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

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 Check Game Show on Thursday Oct. 23, the Third Annual Swimsuit Sprint & Concert on Friday Oct. 24, and the Homecoming Football Game, USGA/GSC Pig Roast, & Homecoming Chariot Races on Saturday Oct. 25!

On Saturday Oct. 25, the USGA/GSC Pig Roast begins at 11 a.m.at the North Campus Parking Lot, so make sure to come and enjoy some delicious food. Please also join us in cheering on the several organizations that will be competing in the Homecoming Chariot Race to see who will be make history in being the first Champion! We will also have a limited number of Homecoming t-shirts and thunder sticks, so get them while you can!

Remember to have fun and, more importantly, be safe during this Homecoming!

 

Go Chargers!
Richard Rotella

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | October 8, 2014

Chargers,

Chariot Yearbook Photo

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Photo by Chariot Yearbook)

I hope that everyone is enjoying the fall weather and is getting ready to for the Fall Break!

This past week I, along with other student leaders, attended the American Student Government Association National Summit in Washington, DC. At the Summit, we met many other student leaders and learned of many new ways to improve USGA. At the Summit, we also spoke one different ways to unite not only USGA but the other Student Governments in the area.

I wish you all safe travels to wherever you are spending your fall break. For some of us, it is a time to relax and step back and prepare for the rest of the semester. For others, it is a time to catch up and to strive for success!

Remember USGA Meetings are on Fridays at 11 a.m. in the Alumni Lounge! Come join us and get more involved!

Warmest regards,
Richard J. Rotella
USGA President
Putting you in USGA!

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | October 1, 2014

My fellow chargers,

Chariot Yearbook Photo

Richard Rotella, USGA President (Chariot Yearbook photo)

Now that the semester is in full swing and Fall Break is just around the corner, don’t let yourself slip; keep working hard!

This week’s USGA meeting will be canceled; I, along with several other students, will be attending the ASGA National Conference in Washington, DC. While at the conference, we will be working with many schools throughout the country on improving our own USGA here at the University of New Haven!

With the It’s On Us Campaign in full swing, I encourage you all to take the pledge at ItsOnUs.org and help us bring an end to sexual assault. In the coming weeks many student leaders throughout the campus will be meeting to discuss the issue at hand and to talk about the resources offered at UNH. That being said, keep an eye out for information following the Roundtables, as well as more opportunities to get involved with this campaign!

Best of luck this week and Go Chargers!
Richard J. Rotella
USGA President
Putting you in USGA!

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | September 24, 2014

My fellow chargers,

Chariot Yearbook Photo

Richard Rotella (Chariot Yearbook Photo)

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 take the pledge and make a stance against sexual assault. You can take the pledge at ItsOnUs.org. Also make sure to check out the complete story on page one.

I hope you all enjoyed the Family Day festivities this weekend and spent quality time with your friends and family! Remember to start getting ready for Homecoming weekend—it is only 27 days away!

If anyone is interested in being more involved in USGA, please contact me or come to one of our meetings on Fridays at 11 a.m. in the Alumni Lounge! Enjoy this upcoming week and the beginning of the fall season.

Warmest regards,
Richard J. Rotella
USGA President
Putting you in USGA!

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | September 17, 2014

My fellow Chargers,

Chariot Yearbook Photo

Chariot Yearbook Photo

With the thirteenth anniversary of Sept 11 attacks just the other day, take this time to remember all the things you cherish and hold dear. Think about the dreams you have and goals you wish to achieve and make them happen, not only for yourself but for those who did not have the opportunity to because of the events of Sept 11, 2001.

Thank you for attending the Remembrance Ceremony. It showed that we are a formidable force that no one can stop. If we are knocked down, we will always rebound and come back much harder.

The USGA had our first New Horizons Summit at the Orange Campus; for those of you that attended, thank you! We look forward to taking your feedback and making sure we address your concerns and make the necessary changes.

If you could not attend Monday’s Charging Forward Information Session, please visit http://www.newhaven.edu/ChargingForward/ for more information and check out the article on the front page.

Family Day is on Saturday, and I hope you all have a lot of fun and spend some quality time with your families. Please join me in cheering on the Charger Football team to victory against Assumption at Della Camera Stadium at 1 p.m. this Saturday.
I wish you the best of luck in your endeavors this week.
Warmest regards,
Richard J. Rotella
USGA President
Putting you in USGA!

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | September 10, 2014

My fellow Chargers,

Chariot Yearbook Photo

Chariot Yearbook Photo

As the week goes on, take a moment to catch your breath and enjoy your college experience. These moments only happen once so remember to enjoy them. I continue to encourage you all to get involved, go to as many events and games as you can, and show your Charger Pride!

For those of you interested in joining USGA, there are still vacant Senator seats, and applications can be found on Charger Connection.

This Saturday the USGA will be going to the Orange Campus for the first New Horizons Summit where we will spend the day learning and growing as a student government. I look forward to telling you the successfulness of this event in next week’s President’s Corner.

This Thursday marks the thirteenth anniversary of the attacks on Sep 11, 2001. USGA will be hosting the Annual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony in the Maxcy Quad on Thursday, 9/11, at 12:15 p.m. Join us in unity as we honor the day and the lives that were lost.

Best of luck this week and I wish nothing but the best.

Go Chargers!

Best regards,
Richard Rotella
USGA President
Putting you in USGA!

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | September 3, 2014

My fellow Chargers,

John Foti (left) and Richard Rotella (right) (Chariot Yearbook photo)

John Foti (left) and Richard Rotella (right) (Chariot Yearbook photo)

As the semester continues, I encourage you all to continue getting involved and meeting new people. I also encourage you to go to so many of the amazing events that are on campus. This Saturday at 1 p.m. the UNH Charger Football Team will be taking on West Chester for our first home game, and I hope to see many of you there to cheer us to victory!

USGA will be hosting the first ever New Horizons Summit on Sept. 13 at the Orange Campus. If you would like to attend to learn about USGA and the potential changes within USGA, please contact me.

I would like to thank to all of those involved in the Welcome Week festivities as it was a great success!

Lastly, remember to continue the hard work in all of your classes and, even though it may be easier to put it off until later, try not to procrastinate.
Best regards,
Richard Rotella USGA President, Putting you in USGA!

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