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Members of the USGA e-board, West Haven, Sept. 22, 2023.

A new wave of student leaders

Editorial Staff September 25, 2023

Each academic year, organizations across all facets of campus welcome new voices into leadership positions. With that said, it comes with no disagreement that the Undergraduate Student Government Association...

Exit stage left

William Hinck, Staff Writer September 25, 2023

I have always enjoyed theater. I believe in the artistry that every member of the cast, crew and direction undergoes in order to create a vast moving tapestry to tell a story from anywhere. Attending a...

Comparison is the destruction of personality

Martin Gomez, Contributing Writer September 25, 2023

College is an opportunity to explore different paths of interest, strengthening skills necessary to get further ahead both in life and in your chosen field of study. Being argumentative as a kid leads...

On the shoulders of giants

William Hinck, Staff Writer September 18, 2023

After 22 years, I have come to a singular defining realization: I am taller than most of the people I stand beside. This accompanies my observation that height is viewed as an amazing advantage by the...

To continue idling in silence is secondhand manslaughter

Editorial Board September 18, 2023

At age 23, your graduate degree is worth more than $11,000. At 23, you’ve probably spent more than $11,000 on survival necessities alone. At 23, your life is most certainly worth more than $11,000. At...

To new beginnings, from the middle

Editorial Board September 12, 2023

You survived your first week of classes. Whether this was your first year riding on the “Welcome Wagon,” or if you pulled your car into campus with a countdown to May 12, you’ve kicked off another...

Feb. 11, 2020

The colors of classes

William Hinck, Staff Writer September 11, 2023

As the new semester begins and students make their slow trudge back to school (with the exception of freshmen whose spirits have not yet been broken), one question comes to mind: “What color notebook...

The absence of grief

Justin Coviello , Campus News Editor July 5, 2023

Nobody ever wants to grieve, because grieving for another means a small part of you dies along with it. The little pocket in your brain where you store memories of that someone probably won’t ever grow....

My final column

Lindsay Giovannone, Columnist May 2, 2023

If you have ever flipped open The Charger Bulletin to page six and got upset over something I wrote, you’ll love this column: my last one. I stressed over my final 500 or so words being the legacy...

One last push

Editorial Staff May 2, 2023

We have all made it. With the calendar flipping to May, finals are upon us bringing the welcomed glimpse of summer. It has been an exciting year, not only for our organization but also the university as...

A “shot” at life

Hiral Karelia, Contributing Writer May 1, 2023

As a student of public health, I often ponder over health inequity and how these barriers can be reduced. Even before the pandemic, the world experienced health inequity due to many reasons, including...

These things got me through college

Mariah Towles, Contributing Writer May 1, 2023

As I bid the University of New Haven adieu and prepare to roll all of my belongings out of a dorm for the last time, I wanted to make a list of my favorite things that got me through my time as an undergraduate...

We deserve some bang for our buck

Faith Arcuri, Contributing Writer May 1, 2023

Online classes should be offered at a discounted price at the University of New Haven, considering they already offer online programs such as accounting and homeland security for less than conventional...

Don’t be like me

Justin Coviello , Campus News Editor April 25, 2023

While I worked as an orientation and transition leader this past summer during the university’s student orientation, advising and registration (SOAR), one of the biggest pieces of advice that I gave...

The lack of student input on Spring Weekend

Editorial Board April 25, 2023

Students anxiously awaited the Spring Weekend announcements for this year, particularly the yearly headlining artist. However, it took a long time before any word of possible artists were even given to...

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