Tuesday, September 2, 2014  
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Let Them Go, Let Them Grow

Cars lined the roads, students in red shirts pushed orange of baskets full of dorm material into elevators and teens stood around nervously as their parents fussed around. Yes, it’s that time of year again—freshman move-in day. University of New Haven ...
Let Them Go, Let Them Grow

Math Zone gets a new course structure and director

Yevgeniya Rivers seeks to create a more cohesive Math Zone environment with a revised course structure this year as new director of the program. “The class now meets in Math Zone,” said Rivers. Unlike the past, the structure of Math Zone now requires students to have an hour and 15-minute block in their schedule for […]

August 27, 2014 - read the full story

President’s Corner

My fellow Chargers, First, I would like to welcome the new students to UNH and the returning students back to campus. My name is Richard Rotella, and I am your Undergraduate Student Government Association President. USGA is a student run governing body, which allows you the opportunity to voice concerns regarding the university. As an […]

August 27, 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

Charger Bulletin staff conquers Comic Con

This summer The Charger Bulletin traveled to Comic Con at the XL Center in Hartford on Saturday, May 31. I was fortunate enough to be one of the staff members who tagged along. The Bat mobile, artists from various Marvel/DC comics, and even the Soup Master from Seinfeld were only some of the many attractions […]

August 27, 2014 - read the full story

Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

by John Foti | August 27, 2014 0 comments
 

Dear Chargers, My name is John Foti, I will be this year’s USGA Treasurer. USGA has a budget of over 1.65 million dollars of your money, and if you want to have an influence on how the money is allocated, I urge you to get involved. Whether it is through USGA or any Recognized Student […]

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | August 27, 2014 0 comments
 

My fellow Chargers, First, I would like to welcome the new students to UNH and the returning students back to campus. My name is Richard Rotella, and I am your Undergraduate Student Government Association President. USGA is a student run governing body, which allows you the opportunity to voice concerns regarding the university. As an […]

Always left wanting more

by Samantha Mathewson | August 1, 2014 0 comments
 

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 […]

A new beginning in NYC

by Elissa Sanci | August 1, 2014 0 comments
 

Begin Again, written and directed by John Carney, is a hard film to describe in only a sentence. To label it a comedy would take away from its depth, but to call it heartwarming leaves you with the impression of overemotional acting. Begin Again is a sad yet sweet, heartbreaking yet inspiring, soul stirring and […]

Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

by Scott Iwaniec | July 16, 2014 0 comments
 

Anyone who knows me knows my love for the Transformers movies. I am the unapologetic defender of the Michael Bay Transformers films. Of course I acknowledge the flaws, but as a member of the targeted audience, I was able to happily walk out of the theatre every single time. With that being said, I absolutely […]

X-Men: Days of Future Past Review

by Scott Iwaniec | July 16, 2014 0 comments
 

For the first time since X2 (X-Men United), Brian Singer returns to the franchise and promises to give us one for the books with X-Men: Days of Future Past. Does this film hold up to the hype? Goodness yes! And I say that with enthusiasm and satisfaction. The reason why this film is so monumental […]

Godzilla Review

by Scott Iwaniec | July 16, 2014 0 comments
 

With Pacific Rim proving to be an overall success, it’s no wonder why Warner Bros. would invest in yet another giant monster movie. This time, they decided to invest in the cinematic icon of Godzilla. Immediately, this film had skeptics, considering the last (and only other) American-made Godzilla film was one of the worst films […]

CLR tutors received CRLA Level 1 certification and Outstanding Tutor awards this past Spring

by The Charger Bulletin | June 17, 2014 0 comments
 

By Jodi Shydlo Associate Director Center for Learning Resources In May 2014, 15 tutors in the Center for Learning Resources earned their College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification. Cumulatively, the students, who were nationally certified as CRLA Level 1 tutors, have provided support in 17 subjects. In addition, four CLR staff members were recognized with […]

Hunter Hayes breaks world record for a good cause

by Samantha Mathewson | May 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Hunter Hayes left New Haven as fast as he came, Friday, May 8, in an effort to fight child hunger and break a Guinness World Record during his 24-hour Road Race.  Hayes played 10 live shows in 10 cities within 24 hours, breaking the record for the most concerts played in multiple cities in a […]

Letter to the Editor

by The Charger Bulletin | May 7, 2014 0 comments
 

By Bill Kerschner Letter to the Editor bkerschner9@hotmail.com   In response to “Potential smoking ban sparks mixed reviews from students. I am a longtime Republican conservative and business owner. I do happen to support campus smoking bans for one main reason. College is an institution  where today’s best are being prepared to become tomorrow’s leaders […]

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