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Giana Caprioli (right), NE10 Defensive Player of the Week, after the draw in the game against Saint Anselm. West Haven, April 24, 2022.

​​Chargers accrue athletic honors to close out the regular season

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor May 4, 2022

While the regular season is winding down for the Northeast-10, the New Haven Chargers continue to accumulate the accolades. Baseball, lacrosse, track and field and tennis all took home individual or team...

Bob’s Cat stands outside of his house, West Haven.

Secrets revealed: Who is the cat by Forest Hills?

Neva Bostic, Contributing Writer May 4, 2022

A sociable tuxedo cat has been recently roaming the streets of Simon Place looking for attention from University of New Haven students. However, most students do not know who the cat is, or where it comes...

Charger Bulletin seniors reflect on their experiences as graduation nears

Saige Batza, Student Life Editor May 3, 2022

Perspective The Charger Bulletin staff at the University of New Haven prides themselves on their commitment to publishing authentic print and digital media while maintaining an environment that celebrates...

(From left to right) Saniyah Brinney, Hailey Williams, Mary Lippa, Cora Cogil and Secora Chambers seated at the front of the Inaugural Passing the Torch Ceremony, West Haven, April 29, 2022.

USGA leadership transitions for 2022-2023 school year

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor May 3, 2022

The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) elections have come to a close, and now, with the semester also drawing to an end, it is time for the electees to prepare to take charge in the upcoming...

Outside of City Hall, West Haven, May 1, 2022.

West Haven mayor Nancy Rossi refuses to resign amid COVID relief fund scandal

Lillian Newton, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

West Haven Mayor Nancy Rossi is refusing to resign amid widespread outcry over a recent audit which found that the city misused nearly $900,000 in COVID Relief Funds (CRF). Many citizens are outraged by...

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...

Photo of Maxcy Hall, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT, April 24 2022

From a small hometown to a university

Stephen Gangi, Contributing Writer April 27, 2022

I don’t know about you, but my hometown in Northern New Jersey is incredibly small; so small, in fact, that I have to tell people I am from the larger town a couple minutes away, otherwise they won’t...

New Haven plays defense against AIC, West Haven, April 22, 2022.

Wells leads the charge over AIC

Chris Elwell, Contributing Writer April 26, 2022

The New Haven baseball team got off to a hot start during their weekend series against American International College, taking the first game by a score of 12-3. Starting on the mound for New Haven was...

Gabby Buscemi stops a shot from Saint Anslem, West Haven, April 23, 2022.

Women’s lacrosse ground Hawks, win 10-6

Tyler Wells, Managing Editor April 26, 2022

The New Haven women’s lacrosse team took home a 10-6 win over No. 20 Saint Anselm College on Saturday. The game capped off a day spent celebrating the team’s graduating class, as they were honored...

The universitys 18th annual Holocaust remembrance. West Haven, April 19, 2022.

Holocaust memorial ceremony highlights what it means to live after tragedy

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 26, 2022

At only 10 years old, Eva Cooper was forced to navigate life with her family during the Holocaust. She was instructed to seek signs of her late grandmother, who passed away in the U.S. prior to the war. “She...

Destiny-Jenkins Rubins and other models dazzle in sleepwear, West Haven, April 24, 2022.

CSA takes West Haven to Paris during spring fashion show

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-In-Chief April 26, 2022

The Charger Gymnasium at North Campus is typically the home of athletics, but on Friday night, the Caribbean Student Association (CSA) transformed the venue into an epicenter of glitz and glamour during...

Outside of City Hall, West Haven, April 24, 2022.

West Haven audit finds city misused nearly $900,000 in COVID relief funds

Lillian Newton, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

According to a newly released audit, the City of West Haven misspent nearly $893,000 in federal pandemic relief funding last year. State officials are currently considering whether to take over the municipality’s...

Ketanji Brown Jackson wears a robe.

Ketanji Brown Jackson officially confirmed to Supreme Court

Finley Chapman, Contributing Writer April 12, 2022

Early last week, the U.S. Senate advanced Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination after the Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked. This decision has ultimately paved the way for Jackson’s confirmation,...

The dance team performs a game day number, April 2, 2022, West Haven.

University dance team dazzles during spring showcase

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 12, 2022

The University of New Haven Dance Team took the Charger Gymnasium by storm as they flooded the room for their spring showcase on April 2. The team of 32 dancers put on a production that synthesized...

The main entrance to the University, April 10, 2022, West Haven

How long will we ignore the lack of security surrounding our campus?

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 12, 2022

It wasn’t enough when two students were robbed at gunpoint last fall outside the university’s convenience store. As a result, increased patrol vehicles were visible across campus for just under a week,...

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