The Charger Bulletin

Letter to the Editor: A Campus Pantry for all

Sofia Martinez, USGA President October 19, 2021

Dear Editor, On the University of New Haven campus, the Campus Pantry/Career Closet works diligently to ensure that no student faces food insecurity during their time here. For a student body of roughly...

The higher education bubble myth, popped

The higher education bubble myth, popped

Sankofa Benzo, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

As the political climate in the U.S. becomes increasingly polarized, people are questioning whether college campuses create a bubble that skews individuals' perceptions of progress and societal views....

The outside of Winchester Hall, Oct. 9, West Haven.

Does the lack of soundproofing in university residence halls violate personal privacy?

James Lande, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

Although privacy is not a right directly guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution, it is still something that everybody expects to have. This is why the founders created a handful of privacy-oriented amendments...

Surprise! It’s still Hispanic Heritage Month

Surprise! It’s still Hispanic Heritage Month

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor October 12, 2021

Every year, starting on Sept. 15, National Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) honors Latines and Hispanics in the U.S. for our culture and history. Congress established Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968, which...

If you give a bigot a cookie

If you give a bigot a cookie

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor October 12, 2021

On Sept. 17, a horrifically racist email was sent from an anonymous account to the Black student organizations on the UMass Amherst Campus. The email called for a return to eugenics, positing the inferiority...

Students walk across the rainbow crosswalk, West Haven.

October marks national LGBTQ+ History month: Why should you care?

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer October 5, 2021

October marks the peak of fall, from apple picking, to homecoming, all the way to Halloween. However, in the midst of all the red and orange of fall festivities, society tends to undermine the power of...

Should the devious licks trend lead to discipline or detention?

Should the devious licks trend lead to discipline or detention?

Tiara Starks, Entertainment Editor October 5, 2021

If you’re active on the social media app TikTok, you may have come across a challenge turned trend coined “devious licks.” The challenge involves the user recording themselves stealing items of value...

A statement from the JEDI Ambassadors at UNewHaven

JEDI Ambassadors September 28, 2021

Earlier this month, we watched as members of the University of New Haven community - from students, staff, and faculty - demonstrate against acts of Islamophobia and other forms of discrimination on our...

Can social media teach people to protect themselves against assault?

Can social media teach people to protect themselves against assault?

Presley DePugh, Contributing Writer September 28, 2021

In the digital age of social media, people encounter information easier than ever. Social media is not just about sharing recipes or jokes anymore. It is being used by people who post self-defense lessons...

Schools have ruined reading for students

Schools have ruined reading for students

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor September 28, 2021

Since I was a child, reading has always been a favorite pastime of mine. It was reading that first drew me to writing, and I still enjoy it. In fact, I am quietly attempting to read “Six of Crows”...

3 health issues college students face and how to control them

3 health issues college students face and how to control them

Natalie Jones, Contributing Writer September 21, 2021

College is a stressful time for students but it can become dangerous when students don’t value their health. Some of the most common health concerns students struggle with include, but are not limited...

“White Fragility” is a must-read before you can be “Anti-racist”

“White Fragility” is a must-read before you can be “Anti-racist”

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor September 14, 2021

It is a rare occurrence that one finds a book where every line is quotable and every chapter makes you reflect; however, sociologist Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility: Why it’s so hard for white...

Here’s why you can’t trust the Internet

Faith Acuri, Contributing Writer September 14, 2021

“We believe these people are thieves. The big city machines are corrupt. This was a stolen election. Best pollster in Britain wrote this morning that this was clearly a stolen election, that it’s impossible...

A car receives a parking ticket outside of Winchester Hall, West Haven, CT.

The historically bad parking on campus keeps getting worse

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor September 14, 2021

It is a tale as old as cars: everybody complains about parking. Every few years, an article in the Charger Bulletin surfaces about how bad parking is at the University of New Haven. In the early weeks...

Political neutrality: The good, the bad, and the evil

Natalie Jones, Contributing Writer September 14, 2021

Can someone be neutral in a nation as divided as the United States? Not only are we divided by political issues, but human rights issues have also been made political in these past few years. Every...

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