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Reducing the university’s carbon footprint

The University of New Haven is going green and reducing its carbon footprint with the addition of solar panels on the roof of Celantano Hall. 226 photovoltaic modules are currently being installed and are planned to be fully operational by the ...
Reducing the university’s carbon footprint

Make-A-Wish grants a rocking wish

Adrian Laureano was granted his wish Dec. 7 to sing with Disney Channel stars Austin and Ally in L.A. Dec. 11. UNH students and many others gathered to celebrate with him and make him feel like a true rock star.  Adrian Laureano got to be a “rock star” for a day, as he was granted […]

December 10, 2014 - read the full story

President’s Corner

Hello Chargers, As the semester draws to a close, I would like to wish you all the best of luck on your finals and safe and Happy Holidays! It has been a great honor serving as USGA President this semester and I look forward to all that next semester has to offer. I would like […]

December 10, 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

Photo of the Week

“Beaches of New Haven” By Bobby Thompson, Sophomore Taken in Nov. 2014 “I got a new camera and wanted to try it out down at the beaches,” – Thompson. Tweet

December 10, 2014 - read the full story

5 tips to conquer finals week (without turning into Amanda Bynes)

by Gabby Nowicki | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

It’s the worst time of the semester –– Finals Week. Work starts to pile up, grade calculations are done in abundance, and your brain starts to pour out your ears. The gym empties and the library fills. Students are seen sprawled across campus in tears of despair and exhaustion. But follow these quick tips I’ve […]

Treasurer’s Tip

by John Foti | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Semester in review RSO’s, As the semester is winding down, I’d just like to congratulate you on a successful and eventful semester. Your organizations did a great job submitting all necessary paperwork in an appropriate manner and on deadline, which is important in ensuring that all vendors get paid and/or products/services arrive on time! Keep […]

President’s Corner

by Richard Rotella | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Hello Chargers, As the semester draws to a close, I would like to wish you all the best of luck on your finals and safe and Happy Holidays! It has been a great honor serving as USGA President this semester and I look forward to all that next semester has to offer. I would like […]

Scope it Out!

by The Charger Bulletin | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Thank you to all of those that came out and made our events successful this semester. Have a fun and relaxing winter break and Happy Holidays! We cannot wait to see you all at our events next semester! Tweet

Photo of the Week

by The Charger Bulletin | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

“Beaches of New Haven” By Bobby Thompson, Sophomore Taken in Nov. 2014 “I got a new camera and wanted to try it out down at the beaches,” – Thompson. Tweet

Livewell’s Latest

by Shannon Livewell | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Paper Lights: Caverns Review Paper Lights is an Alternative Pop band, resounding from Atlanta, Georgia. The bands album, Caverns, was released in November 2013, and encapsulates their personality and charisma with every track. “The Cave” is a single off of Caverns that has acquired worldwide attention by the likes of ESPN, Chick-fil-A and Outdoor Magazine. […]

Five new Christmas songs that deserve a listen

by Ashley Winward | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Christmas time is finally here, and with that many go instantly to what I call the “retail classics.” You know what I’m talking about—those same five songs you always hear in your favorite retail store. “All I want for Christmas is You” and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” are great songs, don’t get me […]

What makes a classic?

by Glenn Rohrbacker | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

What makes a song a classic? Why is it that when “Don’t Stop Believing” comes on the radio or when yet another band plays it at a concert, we all just instantly drop everything and proclaim the lyrics to the sky, despite our ability to actually sing? What about songs like “Piano Man,” “Born in […]

Farro holds his own with “Color Rush”

by Andrew Lagambina | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Josh Farro was the backbone of Paramore until his departure in 2010. Over the course of three records and countless amazing arrangements, he stole the hearts of many people, and even managed to earn three Grammy nominations. Paramore was the little band that could from Franklin Tennessee, and by all accounts, they still are. But […]

Local Gigs of the Week

by Ashley Winward | December 10, 2014 0 comments
 

Toads Place Dec. 11: A Kushmas Vacation with Curren$y, Smoke DZA, Young Roddy and Tribe Worldwide Dec. 12: Gwar with Corrosion of Conformity and American Sharks Dec. 13: Marion Meadows Annual Jazz Christmas Show The Oakdale Dec. 10: The Piano Guys – A Family Christmas Dec. 11: The 1975 Dec. 12: 96.5 Tic All Star […]

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