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Henry C. Lee to host homicide investigation symposium

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2021

On Dec. 11, the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science will host the 44th Annual Advanced Homicide Investigation Symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This year’s topic will be “Police Involved...

Inside of the German Club, where the event was hosted, West Haven, Nov. 29 2021.

Youth Justice Networking event sparks learning discussions at university

Mia Adduci and Saige Batza December 7, 2021

On Nov. 29, the Justice Advisors of Connecticut hosted a networking event to recognize the Youth Justice of America at the University of New Haven. Among those present included the university’s Juvenile...

Outside of Celentano Hall, leading to the WNHU building, West Haven, Dec. 5, 2021.

Check out These Homegrown 88.7 WNHU Podcasts

Shaylen Stencil, Contributing Writer December 7, 2021

Podcasts give listeners the opportunity to learn about topics that people may never hear about otherwise. Students at the university have recently had the chance to create their own podcasts about any...

Students prepare as final exam season nears

Students prepare as final exam season nears

Saige Batza and Mia Adduci December 7, 2021

As the semester draws to a close and classes start to wind down, final exams are impending, which can be a stressful time for any student. For first-year students, this semester is all about developing...

The most wonderful time of the year for a college burnout

The most wonderful time of the year for a college burnout

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor December 7, 2021

With end of the semester cramming, final exams and the holiday season approaching, it is common for students to start feeling the weight of the end of the year on their shoulders. The slow transition from...

Top left: Managing Editor Amanda Castro, Top right: Videography Editor Eldrick Greenaway, Bottom Left to Right: Student Life Editors Elisa DEgidio and Kelly Adkins

Saying farewell to the Charger Bulletin’s winter graduates

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor December 7, 2021

This winter, the Charger Bulletin is losing four core members of our staff across various positions to graduation. We would like to take a moment to recognize each of their careers in the organization...

The radio tower on top of Bartels hall, where, allegedly, the simulation broadcasts from.

Graduates expose university’s worst-kept secret

Elisa D'Egidio and Kelly Adkins December 7, 2021

Satire Soon-to-be graduates have taken advantage of their escape from the supposed “best-time of their lives” to confirm the validity of the University of New Haven simulation, where students question...

Outside of the C-Store where the robbery took place, West Haven, Dec. 5.

UPDATE: University students robbed at gunpoint outside of campus store

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor December 5, 2021

Developing Story Early Sunday morning, two university students were robbed at gunpoint outside of the C-Store, said Adam Brown, University of New Haven police chief. Brown said that at about 12:20...

A breakdown of the university’s various news sources

A breakdown of the university’s various news sources

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor November 23, 2021

With the Weekly Roundup, Weekly Gallop, Charger Nation News, Charger Blog, Charlie’s Event Roundup and the Charger Bulletin, students at the university have multiple methods of receiving campus-related...

Newly-surfaced confession tapes from 1950s offers information on cold case

Newly-surfaced confession tapes from 1950s offers information on cold case

Editor’s Note: This story was reported by Mariah Towles, Sarah Carman, Teresa Zangari, Stephen Gangi and Valentina Ortiz Elian in cooperation with The University of New Haven's Charger Bulletin and The...

Forensic science program ranked No. 1 in the country

Forensic science program ranked No. 1 in the country

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor November 23, 2021

Universities.com scored the University of New Haven as the No. 1 forensic science school in the country, grading their career preparation as an “A+.” The first-place ranking also included “A”...

Model UN team wins Outstanding Delegation award at D.C. conference

Model UN team wins Outstanding Delegation award at D.C. conference

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor November 23, 2021

The University of New Haven’s Model United Nations (MUN) team won two Outstanding Delegation awards, three Outstanding Position Paper awards and two Outstanding Delegates in Committee awards at the National...

University gives thanks during the start of the holiday season

University gives thanks during the start of the holiday season

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor November 23, 2021

During the week leading up to Thanksgiving, in the spirit of giving back, the university community showed their thanks in a variety of events being hosted by organizations on campus. On the Undergraduate...

Military & Veteran Services Team speaks on behalf of Veterans Day

Military & Veteran Services Team speaks on behalf of Veterans Day

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor November 16, 2021

Nov. 11 is Veterans Day which has been observed nationally since 1938. This day honors the bravery and sacrifices of those who have served in the U.S. military. An email sent out to the student body...

Members of the university community talk during the first-generation students event, Nov. 8, West Haven.

Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion Hosts First-Generation Students Event

Saige Batza, Contributing Writer November 16, 2021

On Nov. 8, the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosted a meeting to recognize the university’s first-generation students, staff and faculty. Dean of Students Ophelie Rowe-Allen sent an email...

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