The Charger Bulletin

The importance of mental health on a college campus

Ashley Sullivan, Contributing Writer April 29, 2024

Behind the world of social gatherings and academic validation, the silent epidemic of mental health challenges plagues many students. As students arrive at college for the first time, they may find themselves...

The university must divest from war and genocide

Mason Smith, Contributing Writer April 29, 2024

It has been more than 200 days since Oct. 7. Since then, at least 34,000 Palestinians have been killed at the hands of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), more than half of whom are women and children. Most...

The cover of Taylor Swift’s newest album, “The Tortured Poets Department.”

Put the pen down… and do it swiftly

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2024

A double album complete with 31 songs that summarize how it feels to break up with your middle school boyfriend — Taylor Swift has really done it again. If anything, the woman is truly an inspiring reminder...

The cost of overconsumption

Zaria Dickerson-Parker, Contributing Writer April 15, 2024

A ding sounds and your home screen powers on. Your Amazon package was delivered. It may be the fourth one this month, but it is okay because everything you bought was something you could justify purchasing...

The cover of Quiet on Set. The documentary displaying the downfalls of child television.

The heartbreaking truth behind childhood stardom

Emily Lavoie, Multimedia Editor April 15, 2024

I always wished I could be on Disney or Nickelodeon when I was a kid, from the iconic Disney Wand clips to watching the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards. As if my life depended on it, I yearned to find a...

Ashley Sullivan poses in front of Beckerman Recreation Center, West Haven, April 6, 2024.

Accepting your flaws is part of your growth

Ashley Sullivan, Contributing Writer April 8, 2024

Living with a skin condition has given me a superpower, but I don’t think anyone wants this particular power. From yards away, I know I am being stared at. The beach in the summer, shorts at the gym...

Is this the America youre dreaming of?

SCOTUS bans DEI, suddenly everyone is a white man

Mia Adduci, Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2024

Satire As DEI programs in many states have been shut down, others aiming to preserve the protection of diverse members of academic and professional communities have taken to try and earn legal protection...

Isnt this the perfect place for a graduation ceremony?

Get ready for another perfect graduation ceremony

Ashley Sullivan, Contributing Writer April 1, 2024

Satire Attention, everyone! Come one, come all to the cut-rate 2024 University of New Haven ONE SIZE FITS ALL graduation. Please make your way to the 10x20 football field suitable to fit a million...

Getting around the university: The amazing shuttle system

Zaria Dickerson-Parker, Contributing Writer April 1, 2024

Satire This university has one of the best shuttle systems I have ever seen, better than the MTA -- and that is coming from a New Yorker. Unlike regular transportation systems, the university shuttles...

Give it up bro, youre wrong.

Best ways to deal with mansplaining

Skylar Griffin, Sports Editor April 1, 2024

Satire Welcome to your personal how-to guide on mansplaining, the art of silencing and talking over women – because in the end, men just always know better. It is the best way to get your point and...

They dont actually like each other.

Surviving the soap opera of shared living spaces

Valentina Ortiz Elian, Contributing Writer April 1, 2024

Satire The hallowed walls of residence halls, where dreams of academic success collide with the harsh reality of shared living spaces and the everyday struggles of young adults. The college experience...

Theyre after us, stay safe yall.

Groundbreaking proof that pigeons are government spies

Christopher Elwell, Managing Editor April 1, 2024

Satire Let me start by asking one question: have you ever seen a baby pigeon? I can answer that for you. The answer is no. The government wants to ensure they are fully trained to catch your every...

Pick Birdo if you want an automatic win.

Objectively ranking the best Mario Kart characters

Christopher Elwell, Managing Editor April 1, 2024

Satire As an epic video game expert, I’m here to give you an objective list of which characters you should use when playing the best game ever created: Mario Kart Wii. I have mastered this game and...

Be careful next time, Dr. Z.

Administrators injured causing EV scooter ban on campus

Erin Smith, Politics Editor April 1, 2024

Satire In December, Ophelie Rowe-Allen, dean of students, sent an email to the school that said, “The University has decided to ban electric scooters and other electric transportation devices, such...

View of the always crowded intersection of Main Street and Campbell Avenue.

Campbell Avenue voted safest road in America

Christopher Elwell, Managing Editor April 1, 2024

Satire Who would’ve thought? A recent poll across the U.S. was conducted to see which state had the safest drivers. Not only was Connecticut voted number one, but Campbell Avenue located right next...

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