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New Haveners March for Science on Earth Day

New Haveners March for Science on Earth Day

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor
April 22, 2017
Filed under Campus News and Events, Global News, Local, Science & Technology, This Week's Top Stories, U.S. News

  Over 3,000 people marched in the New Haven March for Science on Earth Day. Many gathered in Washington D.C. and across the country to bring awareness to science and the dangers of budget cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as various other science-based agencies. The m...

What to Do if You Experience Sexual Harrassment

What to Do if You Experience Sexual Harrassment

Glenn Rohrbacker, Editor in Chief
April 19, 2017
Filed under Campus News and Events, Health, Lifestyle, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

Last weekend, it was revealed that a University professor was included in a report alleging sexual misconduct with students at the professor's previous employer, Choate Rosemary Hall. In light of this, the Charger Bulletin spoke with University officials about how sexual misconduct is handled and ...

Feminist Feminine Products

Feminist Feminine Products

Alessia Bicknese, Opinion and Editorial Editor
April 19, 2017
Filed under Health, Opinion & Editorials

I’m no hardcore, staunch, devout feminist. I know – how could I possibly be a real woman if I’m not a diehard feminist. I’m such a disappointment to society, yada, yada – at least I know what people think. It’s not that I don’t believe men and women deserve equal rights and all that. It’s...

Why I Will Not be Attending the Science March

Why I Will Not be Attending the Science March

Reginald Walden, Contributing Writer
April 19, 2017
Filed under Opinion & Editorials, Science & Technology

On April 22, 2017, about 100,000 scientists, activists, students, and science educators will be engaging the March for Science in Washington D.C., New Haven, and over 425 other cities on every inhabited continent. According to its website, the march is “the first step of a global movement to defend...

Students Aim to Disable the Label

Students Aim to Disable the Label

Lauren Cohen, Staff Writer
April 19, 2017
Filed under Health, Lifestyle, Student Life

The annual Disable the Label Fair was hosted in the Bixler/Botwinik Quad on Tuesday (April 11). RSO’s and Greek organizations had tables designed to promote the values of the fair. “This is a perfect way to start spring, all the school organizations are coming together to raise awareness for a...

UNH Professors and Students Discuss Concerns With Trump Science Policies

UNH Professors and Students Discuss Concerns With Trump Science Policies

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor
April 11, 2017
Filed under Campus News and Events, Science & Technology, U.S. News, University of New Haven

President Trump signed an executive order on March 21 that included measures to dismantle the Clean Power Plan, a set of regulations put into place by former President Obama, designed to restrict the emission of fossil fuels. Reactions to this plan have varied across the country, with support from...

Privacy & Privilege: Don’t Rain on my Parade

Privacy & Privilege: Don’t Rain on my Parade

Alex Halfinger, Staff Writer
March 2, 2017
Filed under Opinion & Editorials, Science & Technology

Sixteen years ago, the idea of taking our shoes off at an airport seemed weary and precautious. The question of “am I a terrorist?” looped the brains of harmless travelers every time they walked through a security line. In the most recent years since the age of the internet, we ourselves have asked...

Health Services Offers Flu Shots to Students

Health Services Offers Flu Shots to Students

Samantha Reposa
November 22, 2016
Filed under Campus News and Events, Health, University of New Haven

That time of year has come where the weather is on the brink of winter, but still is trying to hold on to the fall feel, which means flu season is in full spring with the drastic fluctuation of temperature. Health Services at the University of New Haven would like to remind all students, faculty, and...

Professor’s Petition Seeks White House Funding for Deflection of Asteroids

Karen Grava
February 27, 2013
Filed under Campus News and Events, Science & Technology, University of New Haven

Joel Marks, philosophy professor emeritus and an amateur astronomer, needs your signature. He has until March 17 to obtain 100,000 signatures on a petition asking the White House to support full funding for the detection and deflection of asteroids or comets that might strike the Earth. “This might seem far-fet...

Walking For a Cure

Cara Petitti
October 10, 2012
Filed under Health, Local, Science & Technology

Thousands arrived at Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven last Sunday, Sept. 30, to participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease. The New Haven walk, along with numerous other walks throughout Connecticut, marked the close of Alzheimer’s disease Awareness month. The mission of the Alzheim...

Magnetic Mega-Star Attracts Scientists

Nadine Northway
September 26, 2012
Filed under Global News, Science & Technology, Space & Astronomy

A giant magnetic star has been spotted about 20,000 light-years away from Earth in a constellation called Perseus. This star is called NGC 1624-2, and it is about 35 times the Sun’s mass. This means it has a lot of fuel and it will be bright and hot, making it burn out after about 5 million years....

Magma Balloons Under the Island of Santorini

Patricia Oprea
September 19, 2012
Filed under Environment, Global News

Santorini is known as a prized gem of the Grecian islands, a tiny alcove surrounded by water and loved by residents and tourists alike. The multicolored limestone houses are built onto a cliff overlooking the sea with spectacular views of the sunset; Santorini retains the Cycladic architecture of its...

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