The Charger Bulletin

A student’s perspective on the impact of bad professors

Hannah Loosman, Contributing Writer March 18, 2024

“I’m just at a loss,” said Caitlyn McNally, a junior at the university. “I just don’t know what I can do.” McNally is unhappy with a professor this semester. She says she has spent more...

Exemplary student-athlete Michael Celatka balances responsibilities with dedication

Adam Sigal, Contributing Writer March 4, 2024

Being a student-athlete is a significant amount of work, whether it's competing in sports, managing schoolwork, or striking a balance between the two. A day in the life of a student-athlete can seem pretty...

#15 Paige Garrett talking to the team, West Haven, Oct. 7, 2023.

A look into COVID-19 eligibility for New Haven student-athletes

Erin Smith, Politics Editor March 4, 2024

Paige Garrett and Kat Trammel moved to the University of New Haven in Aug. 2020 to start their collegiate field hockey season. A deadly virus was reshaping the world and on March 30, 2020, in the middle...

Snow day, snow problem!

Hannah Loosman, Contributing Writer February 19, 2024

Snow days should be preserved as days without a thought about school. Growing up, snow days were about shoveling the driveway with my mom and hanging out with friends, before the implementation of virtual...

Kelli Jacobson talks to her team, West Haven, Oct. 1, 2023.

What comes first: mental health or winning?

Erin Smith, Politics Editor February 19, 2024

Wake up at 4:30 a.m. Be on the field at 5:45 a.m. Practice for two hours. Eat breakfast. Shower. Go to classes. Eat dinner. Go to team study hall. Sleep. Repeat four more times this week. That is the...

From high school sweethearts to long-distance lovers: is it worth it?

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor February 12, 2024

One of the hardest conversations for an 18-year-old often takes place right before their freshman year of college. Two teenagers must make a decision: Break up for the true “college experience?” Or...

September 11

A time of reflection: What 9/11 means to the Charger nation

Elisa D'Egidio and Kelly Adkins September 14, 2021

All eyes were on New York. Nearly 3,000 people died on Sept. 11, 2001, as the nation watched in horror. While people younger than 20 are reading about the events in textbooks as a historic event,...

Native American Representation in Media

Tiara Starks, Entertainment Editor December 22, 2020

For years, it has seemed as though the entertainment industry has been at a lull in increasing the quantity of non-stereotypical Native American roles in film and television. How many movies can be thought...

A Brush with Death

A Brush with Death

Brenna Levesque, Halloween Contest Winner 2020 October 26, 2020

I wake with a start, regretting it as pain shoots through my head. I’m in a dark room and as my eyes slowly adjust to the lack of lighting, I see there’s something laying on the ground nearby. My heart...

Charger Battery: 10/26/2020

Charger Battery: 10/26/2020

Kristen Marcus, Opinion Editor October 26, 2020

Positives: Being online and not getting dressed for class. The class's Facebook page comments. The Town Hall comment section. “Re-Charge” day. Negatives: Being online but still wanting to procrastinate...

Charger Battery

Kristen Marcus, Opinion Editor October 12, 2020

Pros: 1. The presidential debate memes. 2. Wearing a mask to lessen your chance of acquiring the virus. 3. Food trucks on campus. Cons: 1. The presidential debate. 2. Not wearing a mask and...

Condor BBQ

Karina Krul September 21, 2016

Last Saturday, September 17th, was Lambda Alpha Upsilon’s (LAU) annual Condor BBQ, an event that has been going on since 2011; in previous years it has been a carnival but, due to recent budget issues,...

SIA Solidarity Week

Karina Krul September 21, 2016

Last week was Solidaridad Week for Hermadad de Sigma Iota Alpha Inc. (SIA) with various events, all with the goal of educating and promoting unity on campus. “Solidarity is a main goal of SIA. Unity...

U.N.H. Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Meghan Mahar September 21, 2016

September is a pride-filled month for Hispanic students at the University of New Haven. The Latin American Student Association and International Student Association (LASA) came together to celebrate Hispanic...

Independent Greek Council Recruits

Caitlin Carney September 21, 2016

Last Sunday (September 11)  kicked off recruitment week for the Independent Greek Councils on campus. Kappa Kappa Psi, Alpha Sigma Kappa (ASK), and Alpha Phi Omega (APO) all held recruitment to draw in...

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