The Charger Bulletin

Concerns arise surrounding university cleanliness
Editorial Board September 27, 2022

For a little over a week, students had noticed trash cans that had been continually piled with garbage, cups and fiending flies outside of The...

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The doors leading downstairs to The Marketplace, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2022.
Bartels’ doors: only one way in
Charlotte Bassett, Photography Editor • September 27, 2022

The topic of “Bart’s doors” has become a trigger word for most upperclassmen, and I can only assume freshmen are about to catch on quickly...

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Andrew Tate is a reminder that "Yes, All Men"
Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief • September 20, 2022

Andrew Tate, a former professional kickboxer and self-proclaimed “trillionaire success coach” garnered attention after video clips of his...

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The American flag flies in front of the U.S. Capitol Building.
January 6 Committee public hearings are set to begin at the end of the month
Faith Arcuri, Contributing Writer • September 29, 2022
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A headshot of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia begins illegal referendums in Ukraine to annex disputed regions
Lillian Newton, Politics Editor • September 27, 2022
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A student stresses while looking at their loans, Feb. 25, 2016
What you need to know about President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan
Faith Arcuri, Contributing Writer • September 20, 2022
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A $20 bill, wedged in the door of the Office of the President, West Haven, Sept. 24, 2022.
University announces GSI increase in midst of inflated economy
Mia Adduci, Campus News Editor • September 27, 2022

Earlier this month, Chancellor Steven Kaplan announced a 2% General Salary Increase (GSI) for much of the current faculty and staff. Vice...

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The front of the University of New Haven Police Department, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2022.
UPD newly equipped with body cameras on campus
Lillian Newton, Politics Editor • September 27, 2022

As of July 1, 2022, all police officers working for the University of New Haven are required to wear body-worn cameras (BWCs) while on duty....

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A dead bird lays on a sidewalk outside of the Bergami Center, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2022.
University students report multiple dead bird sightings across campus
Mia Adduci, Campus News Editor • September 27, 2022

Over a span of 24 days, student reports have accounted for 10 dead bird sightings, one dead mouse and numerous appearances from a live possum,...

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The New Haven volleyball team celebrates after a point against Southern New Hampshire, West Haven, Sept. 24, 2022.
Volleyball drops first home match 3-1 to SNHU
Tyler Wells, Editor-in-Chief • September 27, 2022

After opening the season with 13 consecutive matches on the road, the New Haven women’s volleyball team returned to Charger Gymnasium for the first...

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The New Haven womens soccer team celebrates after a goal against Saint Anselm, West Haven, Sept. 24, 2022.
Fleming Leads the Charge Over Saint Anselm
Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor • September 27, 2022

The New Haven women’s soccer team again found themselves in the win column on Saturday afternoon at Kathy Zolad Stadium in a crucial conference...

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Men’s Soccer Falls to No. 2 Franklin Pierce 4-0
Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor • September 27, 2022

New Haven took to the road on Saturday night to face the Franklin Pierce Ravens at Sodexo Field, falling 4-0. The Ravens, who entered the game as...

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Theater department prepares for fall production of ‘The Hatmaker’s Wife’
Presley DePugh, Contributing Writer • September 27, 2022

The university’s fall production of “The Hatmaker’s Wife” is underway as the theater department held auditions for their upcoming show...

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The front of the Beckerman Recreation Center, West Haven, Sept. 21, 2022.
Charger Rec Center celebrates 15 years on campus
Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor • September 27, 2022

Fifteen years following their grand opening in the spring of 2008, the Beckerman Recreation Center continues to explore new ways to celebrate...

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Artwork of a polar bear on display at Cheryl Gross gallery, West Haven, Sept. 15, 2022.
'Precipice of Extinction' gallery show encourages student action for environmental change
Saige Batza, Arts & Life Editor • September 20, 2022

On Sept. 15, Cheryl Gross, distinguished illustrator, artist and writer, hosted “Commit to Memory: Precipice of Extinction,” an informal...

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