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Veganism is not sustainable, just marketed really well

Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief October 4, 2022

Veganism is not sustainable (or all that healthy), it’s just marketed really well by radical activists on social media. The vegan diet has been labeled as a healthy, sustainable and cruelty-free alternative...

University’s police carts are a welcomed addition for campus security

Editorial Staff October 4, 2022

On Sept. 26, the University of New Haven announced the addition of a new six-person security golf cart to serve as a safety escort for students looking to travel around campus. The escort runs in the evenings,...

Attacking the First Amendment: The growing censorship movement

Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief September 30, 2022

Censorship, and advocating for it, is anti-American. Banning and controlling information is the work of an authoritarian government, not a democratic one. It is also a violation of the First Amendment...

Concerns arise surrounding university cleanliness

Editorial Board September 27, 2022

For a little over a week, students had noticed trash cans that had been continually piled with garbage, cups and fiending flies outside of The Marketplace. A casual walk by would render a nauseating smell...

The doors leading downstairs to The Marketplace, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2022.

Bartels’ doors: only one way in

Charlotte Bassett, Photography Editor September 27, 2022

The topic of “Bart’s doors” has become a trigger word for most upperclassmen, and I can only assume freshmen are about to catch on quickly too. Legend has it that the knee-high doors by Jazzman’s...

Andrew Tate is a reminder that “Yes, All Men”

Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief September 20, 2022

Andrew Tate, a former professional kickboxer and self-proclaimed “trillionaire success coach” garnered attention after video clips of his misogynistic commentary circulated. For a while, it was almost...

Student overpopulation exposes lacking infrastructure

Editorial Staff September 20, 2022

The University of New Haven has experienced rapid growth in recent years. Under former university President and Chancellor Steven Kaplan, the school saw a 65% increase in student population since 2004,...

A sprinkler outside of Celentano Hall, Sept. 1, 2022, West Haven.

Our sprinklers are not contributing to the conservation of water during a state-wide drought

Julianna Pegnataro, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

During the first week of classes, many students, including myself, noticed peculiar changes that were made across campus. Due to the abnormally dry weather and little rain recently in Connecticut, grass...

The new quad outside of Dunham Hall, West Haven, Sept. 3, 2022.

A new quad: Does it help anything?

Presley Depugh, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

University of New Haven students started their fall semester classes on Aug. 29, 2022, and many noticed some big changes across campus following their return since the spring semester. The campus security,...

The new look Opinions section

Editorial Staff September 14, 2022

The Charger Bulletin Editorial Staff is made up of all the section and administrative editors that dedicate significant time to researching, writing and producing news stories across multiple platforms....

A new year for the Bulletin

Tyler Wells, Editor-In-Chief September 14, 2022

After winning our second consecutive first place award for student journalism from the American Scholastic Press Association, the Charger Bulletin is back with high expectations for this school year. My...

Page six view: Codifying Roe v Wade is what the Framers would have wanted

Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief September 14, 2022

Column Roe v. Wade was a landmark Supreme Court decision that ruled the Constitution conferred the right to an abortion under the due process clause of the 14th Amendment, which considered the medical...

The star who defined body positivity

Teresa Zangari, Contributing Writer April 27, 2022

Lizzo, a music superstar and body icon, has become the embodiment of what it means to embrace imperfections, normalize all shapes and sizes, and admire who you are. From a young age, Lizzo faced countless...

Drug usage: A freedom, not a legislation

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 27, 2022

There’s no reason to beat around the bush: the U.S. is approaching substance legislation entirely wrong, from cannabis, to cocaine, to heroine. What right does the government have to grab our citizens...

Allistics need to start using identity-first language: Say autistic

Morgan Fitch, Contributing Writer April 27, 2022

The month of April is Autism Awareness Month, and is dedicated to all autistics, or so allistics claim. On the surface, you have allistics reading about autism, posting their support on social media and...

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