The Charger Bulletin

Students work inside of the Bergami Center, West Haven.

The Charger Bulletin’s midterm survival guide

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor October 12, 2021

If they haven’t started for you already, midterms are right around the corner. This is time to focus on not only your studies but on taking better care of yourself. Don’t wait until the night before...

Members of university community celebrate flag raising, Oct. 1, West Haven

LGBT History Month honored with calls to action

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor October 12, 2021

On Oct. 1, the start of LGBT History month was marked with PRIDE’s annual Progressive Pride flag-raising ceremony in partnership with the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion at the Kayo Field flag...

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...

Adrielys Gomez draws the Puerto Rican flag on the sidewalk, Oct. 7, West Haven.

Draw your attention to chalk your flag community event

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor October 12, 2021

As a closing event to round out Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM), the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosted a chalk your flag event on the Bixler-Gerber quad on Oct. 7. Held outside the Myatt...

October marks Italian-American Heritage Month: Is the university celebrating?

October marks Italian-American Heritage Month: Is the university celebrating?

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor October 5, 2021

October is Italian-American Heritage Month and honors the achievements, contributions and success of Italian immigrants and their descendants in the U.S. During this month, Italians are recognized for...

The KGR rock in the Bixler-Gerber Quad, West Haven.

Rocks in the quad: A mysterious campus tradition

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor October 5, 2021

What’s the deal with these painted rocks in the Bixler-Gerber Quad? Unfortunately, no one knows. The quad is outlined in big, decorated rocks representing selective recognized student organizations...

Charging into the biggest event of the semester, Homecoming

Nicole Bibeau, Contributing Writer October 5, 2021

Homecoming Weekend is back. From Oct. 8 to 10, students can relax, connect and reconnect with university peers. On Oct. 8, it is the all-day homecoming virtual kickoff on social media to start Alumni...

University organizations honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month

University organizations honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor October 5, 2021

October marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Charger Nation has been quick to support the cause. Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus are hosting breast cancer awareness-themed...

Beckerman Recreation Center Staff Steven Dradis, Jessica Scibek and Marissa Vittorio.

New director of campus plans to redefine club sports

Elisa D'Egidio and Joe Klaus September 28, 2021

From early in the morning until late at night, the Beckerman Recreation Center is up and running with new faces, leading activities for everyone. Jess Scibek has been made the new director of campus...

A student runs across an inflatable s at at Family Day, West Haven, Sept. 25, 2021

Blue and Gold is proudly represented on campus during Family Day

Elisa D'Egidio, Student Life Editor September 28, 2021

The University of New Haven beamed in blue and gold as family and friends of the Charger Nation gathered together to participate in this year's Family Day on Sept. 25. The festival reached registration...

Protesters gather outside of Maxcy Hall and hold signs, West Haven, Sept. 20, 2021.

Students protest lack of action after 9/11 ceremony remarks

Charger Bulletin Staff September 28, 2021

After an incident at the university’s 9/11 ceremony, students gathered in the Maxcy quad on Sept. 20 for a protest hosted by the Muslim Student Association (MSA). At the 9/11 ceremony, American Criminal...

Bring your own P(rop)ineapple Johnny’s Improv Club

Bring your own P(rop)ineapple Johnny’s Improv Club

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor September 28, 2021

It all started with a pineapple and a dash of imagination. After being created on a whim by close friends on a pre-COVID campus, Pineapple Johnny’s Improv Club has roughly doubled its members since...

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University celebrates life of Justine Bernard on her 20th birthday

Kelly Adkins and Elisa D'Egidio September 27, 2021

“Purple today, purple to stay.” On Sept. 23, The Bucknall Theatre was adorned with purple, and family, friends and members of the university community wore butterflies to honor and celebrate the...

Children wait to play on a blow-up ride at WestFest, West Haven, Sept. 18, 2021.

Annual WestFest celebration makes its return

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor September 21, 2021

WestFest 2021 took place on West Haven’s Historic Green on Sept. 18 from 12 to 7 p.m. This year’s event celebrates the city of West Haven’s 100th anniversary and WestFest’s 6th year. The event...

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Flooding on campus: The deep-dive into the age-old problem

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2021

In one of my earliest memories as a student at University of New Haven, I trudged through an after-rainfall swamp that was the Maxcy Hall quad. I wore shorts, thankfully, and I took off my Birkenstocks,...

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