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The Charger Bulletin

The Charger Battery

by Kaitlin Mahar | November 19, 2014

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Positives 

+ The UNH Theater Department’s rendition of The Rocky Horror Show did not disappoint all the students it had shivering in antici…

+ Congrats to the UNH Women’s Volleyball team for having a fantastic season and making the Charger Nation proud!

Negatives 

– Walks to class are getting more and more treacherous as the weather continues to go down a miserable, wintry spiral. Anybody else ready to take a hit out on Jack Frost?

– …pation.

The Battery Charge

Thanksgiving Break is next week, meaning that soon, you won’t have to relive your family’s looks of disappointment from last year when you explain what you’re doing in college and when you’re going to bring a nice girl/guy home; you’ll be able to make new memories to last until next year.

The Charger Battery

by Kaitlin Mahar | November 12, 2014

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Positives:
+ Aaron Carter spread the word about his new music in a radio interview with WNHU 88.7 staff on Thursday. Based on his rapport with the UNH students (particularly the female ones) at the subsequent meet and greet, he seems to have bounced back from his unrequited love for Hilary Duff.

+ Phi Sigma Sigma scored with their first event of the semester, Phi, Set, Spike, by raising close to $2,500 for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which supports school and college readiness.

Negatives:
– Registration started this week, and counseling services will be available in the Counseling Center from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

– The Education program here at UNH runs the risk of being discontinued, leaving hundreds of students in the lurch. Use your voice and sign the petition on Change.org!

The Battery Charge:
Thanksgiving Break is two weeks away, but after you gorge yourself on Gammy’s homemade stuffing, you’ll find yourself drowning in finals rather than gravy.

The Charger Battery

by Kaitlin Mahar | October 29, 2014

Positives:

+ Homecoming was a huge success, as the Chargers destroyed Merrimac 42-14, Sammy Adams destroyed the University’s speaker systems, and UNH students destroyed their livers.

+ Not to fear, party animals, Halloween is this Friday, meaning that the Homecoming party will live on for another weekend.

Negatives:

– A family in West Haven has been quarantined in their home after returning to the U.S. from a trip to Liberia during the Ebola scare, which means that Health Services will be more crowded than ever with hypochondriacs convinced that they’re showing symptoms.

– As fun as Homecoming weekend was, the recovery period following this weekend will not nearly be as enjoyable, especially with strep going around.

The Battery Charge:

We’ve sprinted our way through Homecoming weekend and we’re heading towards the finish line for this semester. Registration is already next month, so be sure to meet with your advisors!

The Charger Battery

by Kaitlin Mahar | October 22, 2014

Positives:

+ UNH is installing solar panels in Celantano Hall in order to conserve energy, and they’ll save the University an estimated $20,000. That means students will save about $3 each—don’t spend it all in one place!

+ Fall break was a fun, much deserved mini-vacation.

Negatives:

-Given that knowing how to work a microwave wasn’t a requirement for getting into college, it’s safe to say that the West Haven fire department could find this school with their eyes closed.

-Fall break is over, and most of us won’t be heading back home until Thanksgiving, so we’re just going to have to stick it out until then.

The Battery Charge

It’s getting to be that time of year again where it’s ridiculously cold and staying in bed marathoning Gilmore Girls seems like a much better option than going to class. Try to stay strong, but remember that a mental health day (or two… or three) isn’t always a bad thing.

The Charger Battery

by Kaitlin Mahar | October 8, 2014

The Charger Battery

by Alex Halfinger | October 1, 2014

The Charger Battery

by Elissa Sanci | September 24, 2014

Positives

+ Many organizations on campus have taken the “It’s On Us” campaign pledge to raise awareness for sexual assault. Take the pledge on itsonus.org to show your support.
+Students got the chance to spend an eventful Family Day with their parents on Saturday; activities ranged from Stuff-A-Bear to comedian shows to trips downtown.

Negatives

-The skunk that likes to hang around the Forest Hills apartments was never and will never be welcomed, especially by the students who wake up to a stinky smelling room.
-The sprinklers between Bixler and Celantano Hall seem to be on constantly—even as it rains, which sure seems like a waste of water and a great way to create lots of mud.

The Battery Charge

Autumn is officially here, so now’s the time to apple and pumpkin pick, plan out your Halloween outfit and buy as many pumpkin-spice scented things while enjoying the crisp, fall air.

The Charger Battery

by The Charger Bulletin | September 17, 2014

Positives

+ Students are scheduled to rejoice this week upon receiving their bursary refund checks.

+ Family Day is this Saturday, Sept 20. Be sure to enjoy some psychic readings, face painting and family zumba!

Negatives

-West Haven fire truck steps on UNH letters on Monday, Sept 8—doomed to not graduate.

- Stop parking at Shop Rite and McDonalds, our email accounts can’t take any more abuse.

Battery Charge

Congrats to the girls who got bids during sorority recruitment last week, and good luck to the guys rushing fraternities this week!

The Charger Battery

by Patricia Oprea | May 7, 2014

Positives:

+ Summer is right around the corner! Remember to stay safe and enjoy these few months without school. Don’t spend it all wishing you were back at UNH, because that will come all too quickly.

+ Congrats to the cast of Spring Awakening for putting on such an emotion-laden and thought-provoking musical with maturity and grace. The set, lights, music, and acting combined to make quite a moving performance.

 

Negatives:

- The workload at the end of every semester. Although we know it is coming, it is rare to plan for it. We say we won’t procrastinate, but every semester eventually brings an all-nighter (or several).

- People on this campus are fiends when it comes to free food, it is always gone so quickly! When organizations advertise in huge print about food at an event, they might as well include “For the first five minutes only.”

 

The Battery Charge:

What an amazing Spring Weekend! From the comedian Loni Love, to the music-themed carnival and the Krewella concert, to the drive-in movie Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, this weekend couldn’t have been better. Thank you SCOPE for putting together such a fantastic few days!

The Charger Battery

by Patricia Oprea | April 30, 2014

Positives:

+ Good use was made of the German Club this past week with events. On Thursday, Marine Biology club had their annual Marine Carnival (complete with a mechanical shark), LAU had a rollerblading night with glowing lights and a DJ, and on Friday the Nerdlympics finale dance event was held.

+ CSA’s Fashion show never fails to impress. Congratulations to all students involved with this event, and of course amazing job to the models!

 

Negatives:

- When club members go to meetings, but don’t attend any of their clubs events, much less stop by to sign a point sheet; what is the point of being in a club if you don’t actively participate?

- Being the minority of students at UNH that still have 100+ dining dollars (or even 200+). Starting with 800 at the beginning of the semester may seem fine, but with few food options for certain diets, it becomes nearly impossible to get your money’s worth.

 

The Battery Charge:

Boredom was the last thing possible this weekend with trip after trip sponsored by various clubs. SCOPE sponsored a trip to see Cinderella on Broadway and a trip to Six Flags, while Marine Biology club had a whale-watching trip, Paintball Club had a trip to Skirmishland USA, and the Green Team had a trip to the New York Botanical Gardens.

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