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Charger Poll

Alessia Bicknese
March 9, 2016
Filed under Features

In light of midterms coming up, every college student knows that they would rather turn to their favorite Netflix show, than study for their Bio exam. I took it to @ChargerPoll to find out what your Netflix weakness is! Four choices were given: One Tree Hill, The Walking Dead, Grey’s Anatomy, and The ...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston
March 9, 2016
Filed under Features, Postcards from Prato

Ciao! Last weekend, we took another break from traveling, and, instead, just hung out in Prato, and by hung out, I mean we recuperated from our previous weeks of travel. The past week has been constant studying, as it was midterm week for us here in Italy. To take a break from studying, our Italian...

Poetry Corner

The Charger Bulletin
March 9, 2016
Filed under Features, Poetry Corner

You’ve got your stories pressed like flowers On notebook pages to be preserves, As though the right for you to share them Has been as yet undeserved. Or perhaps it’s something primal To simply be who you are now, Existing as what you’ve become Without the need to tell us how. I know...

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar
March 2, 2016
Filed under Charger Battery, Features

Positives: + Everybody go check out the UNH Theater Program’s production of The Maids March 2 through March 5 at 8 p.m.! + Congratulations to everyone who participated in Up ‘Til Dawn - UNH raised $114,157 for the kids of St. Jude! Negatives: - Will James Kielar’s wallyball team please ...

Charger Poll

Alessia Bicknese
March 2, 2016
Filed under Features

I’m sure everyone remembers the famous dress debate from exactly one year ago! Was it blue and black, or was it white and gold? I took it to @ChargerPoll to find out what you guys think…Turns out, we still have no idea! Be sure to vote weekly @ChargerPoll on Twitter. ...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston
March 2, 2016
Filed under Features, Postcards from Prato

Letters to Juliet Ciao! After our weekend in Prato, Deanna, Iyana, and I brought our adventures elsewhere in Italy. Our first stop for the weekend was Venice, Italy. They were not joking when they said the city was all water. Pedestrian walkways are alleyways and streets are canals. People don’t d...

Poetry Corner

The Charger Bulletin
March 2, 2016
Filed under Features, Poetry Corner

“So I let her go, For it was unfair for me to keep her. It was the hardest thing I’d ever done, But I knew it was right. She was a bird, I had caged, That had forgotten how to fly, But dreamed of clouds, When she closed her eyes.” -Atticus

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar
February 24, 2016
Filed under Charger Battery, Features

Positives + Happy 22nd birthday to our Editor-in-Chief, Elissa Sanci! + While Ask Melanie’s time at the Charger Bulletin has come to an end, be sure to follow @ChargerPoll on Twitter! Negatives – The weather this weekend was literally more indecisive than the shuttles deciding whethe...

ChargerPoll

Alessia Bicknese
February 24, 2016
Filed under Features

As you may have recently heard, a student here at UNH has assembled a petition against Sodexo on campus. I took it to  @ChargerPoll on Twitter to see what you guys thought! Almost half of the participants are completely against Sodexo’s services, while another half don’t care because they’re hungry!...

Show Spotlight

Angela Tricarico
February 24, 2016
Filed under Features

What: An American in Paris is a musical based on the 1951 movie of the same name. The musical and film are based off George and Ira Gershwin’s music. An American soldier, Jerry, decides to stay in Paris following the end of World War II to become a painter, and becomes struck by a mysterious girl, a b...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston
February 24, 2016
Filed under Features, Postcards from Prato

Pheewww! Considering we had last weekend off, we sure kept ourselves busy. After we saw the Prato soccer game last Saturday, we spent the entire day on Sunday at Carnivale in Viareggio, which is only about an hour away by train. It was Valentine’s Day, so what better way to spend the day than going...

Poetry Corner

The Charger Bulletin
February 24, 2016
Filed under Features, Poetry Corner

If you want to catch a dream That lifts you high above the ground You must break free of the things That are intent to hold you down. Because the secret to success, The only way to ever grow, Is to learn what to hold on to And what things you must let go. -E.H.

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