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  • President Jens Frederiksen poses for his headshot, West Haven, Feb. 12, 2024.

    Campus News

    University announces Jens Frederiksen as new president

  • Black Lives Matter and Black American heritage flags above Kathy Zolad Stadium, West Haven, Feb. 1, 2024.


    Annual flag raising returns to kick off BHM

  • Unite HERE 217 and UNH Sodexo workers protest outside Marketplace, West Haven, Jan. 24, 2024.

    Campus News

    Sodexo and facilities employees protest workers’ rights during student move-in

  • Politics

    A rise in discrimination across U.S. colleges amid Israel-Hamas war

  • Palestine Silent Protest hosted by MSA in Maxcy Quad, West Haven, Nov. 29, 2023.

    Campus News

    Student body unites over advocacy for Palestine

  • Campus News

    2024 Commencement to be moved to Zolad Stadium

  • #21 Christopher Ais celebrates a touchdown, West Haven, Nov. 11, 2023.

    Charger Athletics

    New Haven wins fifth NE-10 regular season title with win over Bentley

  • Members of the YDSA and College Republicans, West Haven, Nov. 3, 2023

    Arts & Life

    YDSA and College Republicans headline SCOPE’s National Election Day Debate

  • The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women flag in front of Kathy Zolad Stadium, West Haven, Nov. 1, 2023

    Arts & Life

    Student leaders commemorate Native American Heritage Month

  • New Haven celebrates a point during their 3-0 sweep over SCSU, West Haven, Nov. 3, 2023.

    Charger Athletics

    Volleyball dominates crosstown rivals SCSU with 3-0 sweep

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Student journalism must maintain standards of ethics
Editorial Staff February 19, 2024

The Charger Bulletin prides itself in upholding free speech and wants to reiterate the importance of serving as a platform for student voices. In fact,...

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The true meaning of Valentine’s Day
Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor • February 12, 2024

Do we really need Valentine's Day – or, as some call it, Singles’ Awareness Day, High Expectations Day, or Go Broke Because You're in a Relationship...

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University parking pass format is obnoxious and compromises safety
Editorial Staff February 5, 2024

What other university requires students to plop a half sheet of printer paper on their dashboard, especially with the information on where they go to school...

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Two campuses, one community: The divide of our students
Editorial Staff January 29, 2024

The university prides itself in its small, intimate community. We push the idea of Charger pride, of the tight-knit nature of our students and the accessibility...

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Employees speak out at the rally, West Haven, Feb. 19, 2024.
University employees make waves in ongoing battle for new contract
Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor • February 26, 2024

As negotiations for better pay, benefits and a signed union contract continue between the university and its dining and facilities workers, employees have...

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President Jens Frederiksen poses for his headshot, West Haven, Feb. 12, 2024.
President-elect Frederiksen discusses background, outlook for university under his leadership
Tyler Wells, Publisher • February 19, 2024

He was born in Denmark, grew up in Luxembourg and lived throughout Europe, and Jens Frederiksen’s life has taken him well beyond those borders. He arrived...

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Associate Dean Michael Rossi poses for his headshot, West Haven, Feb. 15, 2024.
The retirement of Michael Rossi
Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor • February 15, 2024

Associate Dean for Faculty and Curriculum Michael Rossi recently announced he would retire at the end of the 2024 spring semester. He announced his decision...

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Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson speaking in Bucknall Theater, West Haven, Feb. 10, 2024.
Chief Justice sparks inspiration on second visit to campus
Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief • February 12, 2024

Bias is a growing issue in the legal system, Conn. Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson said last week to a packed Bucknall Theater. In fact,...

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Bruce Barber in his office at the WNHU station, West Haven, Feb. 19, 2024.
Maneuvering the radio waves with Bruce Barber
Bruno Volonte, Contributing Writer • February 26, 2024

Streaming services, podcasts and social media have shifted the landscape and approach of the media, but do people still listen to the radio? Bruce Barber,...

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NAACP executive board at their Black History Month celebration, West Haven, Feb. 24, 2024.
NAACP ends Black History Month celebrations with a bang
Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor • February 26, 2024

As Black History Month draws to a close, the NAACP chapter at the university hosted their two major final events of the month, the Young, Black and Gifted...

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Miss Majorettes rehearsing at Beckerman Recreation Center, West Haven, Feb. 2, 2024.
An Inside Look at The Rising Stars: Miss Majorettes
Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor • February 12, 2024

As the school year progresses, clubs and organizations emerge and one of the most prevalent on campus is the Miss Majorettes. Founded five years ago,...

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Lunar New Year celebration in Bucknall theater, West Haven, Feb. 9, 2024.
University hosts annual Lunar New Year celebration
Alexis Dawkins-Maldonado, Arts & Life Editor • February 12, 2024

On Friday, Bucknall Theater was filled with light, sounds, dancing, martial arts and stories as roughly 200 people came to celebrate Lunar New Year. The...

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