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Spring Concert explodes with Krewella

This past Saturday, 1,100 Spring Concert attendees were treated to a power-packed concert put on by SCOPE. The Verge Campus Tour has been rolling through over 20 colleges in the past month bringing vendors as well as music. Verge Campus ...
Spring Concert explodes with Krewella

Gender Neutral Bathrooms

Gender neutrality is a national issue that campuses face when planning accommodations to welcome all prospective students. At the University of New Haven, “we need to think about being a university welcoming to all students,” said Rebecca Johnson, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students. “It is a national issue and we […]

May 7, 2014 - read the full story

President’s Corner

Dear Chargers, The semester will soon come to a close and my term will officially come to an end on July 1. I am profoundly grateful and humbled to be given the opportunity by you to serve as your President; it will be an experience that I will cherish for the rest of my life. […]

May 7, 2014 - read the full story

I’m not a racist but….

By Simone Quartey, Contributing Writer If there is one phrase that I would like to irradiate from existence it would be, “I’m not a racist but…” Why do you ask? Well, the answer is simple. It is normally followed by some bigoted and unfounded generalization about black people, gay people or any oppressed minority in […]

May 7, 2014 - read the full story

Always left wanting more

The Fault in Our Stars was a traditional heart-wrenching tragic love story that left the audience tearful for the love that they had clung to throughout the plot development and then lost themselves. It is not to say that I did not cry myself nor thoroughly enjoy the film, because I did. However, since I […]

August 1, 2014 - read the full story

One Day Without Shoes raises awareness for impoverished children

by Elissa Sanci | May 7, 2014 1 comments

In conjunction with TOMS, University of New Haven’s Habitat hosted their annual One Day Without Shoes event April 29 in the Alumni Lounge. UNH Habitat is a student organization focused on providing volunteer opportunities to university students and improving the community. TOMS Shoes, a for-profit company that designs and sells shoes based on an Argentinian […]

Newly renamed Bucknall Theater holds first musical, Spring Awakening

by Ashley Winward | May 7, 2014 0 comments

Alumnus William L. Bucknall Jr. was in attendance at a sold out opening night in the theater newly renamed in his honor just a few weeks ago. In the first major performance since this renaming, the University of New Haven’s Theater Department put on five performances of the rock musical, Spring Awakening. While known for […]

Up in the Woods to premiere May 8th

by Scott Iwaniec | May 7, 2014 0 comments

Up in the Woods, a film written, directed and produced by the fall 2013 Film Production II class, will premiere Thursday, May 8 at 6:30 p.m. in Bucknall Theater. For the past two semesters, communication students, under the supervision of communication professor Paul Falcone, worked to complete the film. Up in the Woods is an […]

UNH dedicates Soundview Hall to Joseph E. Celentano

by Samantha Mathewson | May 7, 2014 0 comments

The University of New Haven officially dedicated Celentano Hall to generous donor Joseph E. “Chick” Celentano Sr. for his contributions to the university. Chick donated land across the street from Bergami Hall and annual scholarships for West Haven students pursuing a degree in higher education will be given in his name. Celentano Hall, Chick Hall […]

A bittersweet end to my college career

by Liana Teixeira | May 7, 2014 0 comments

When I entered the Rec Center four years ago for the annual club fair, I had no idea where my life at the University of New Haven would lead. I walked around each RSO’s table for what seemed like hours, signing my name on countless interest sheets, and hoping to find an organization that piqued […]

Living life as a Gilmore

by Samantha Mathewson | May 7, 2014 0 comments

For the better part of my teenage years, or at least once I was aware that such an amazing TV series existed, I followed Gilmore Girls. Not out of rebellion towards my father because he hated the morals of the show, but because I simply could not get enough of the humorous anecdotes of the […]

End of the Year

by Elissa Sanci | May 7, 2014 0 comments

It’s the end of the year already? It’s hard to believe my sophomore year of college is coming to an end. Just yesterday it felt as though I was a freshman, writing my first article for The Charger Bulletin, and now, I’m getting ready to assume the position of Assistant Editor. I’m incredibly honored to […]

The “Brand” New Hall

by Kayla Katt | May 7, 2014 0 comments

As of right now, I have to walk all the way across campus to eat at Bartels. It’s probably the most annoying walk to take other than the walk all sophomores have to take to North Campus to get their car. It’s especially daunting when you have to walk through the wind tunnel between Soundview […]

President’s Corner

by Zani Imetovski | May 7, 2014 0 comments

Dear Chargers, The semester will soon come to a close and my term will officially come to an end on July 1. I am profoundly grateful and humbled to be given the opportunity by you to serve as your President; it will be an experience that I will cherish for the rest of my life. […]

Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

by Isaak Kifle | May 7, 2014 0 comments

Thank you!  As the semester ends and final exams begin, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all of you and your organizations for a successful year. Countless great events were planned and successfully run this year, and I appreciated the opportunity to be a part of many of them. Good luck to […]

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