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Q&A With the USGA Presidential Candidates

Q&A With the USGA Presidential Candidates

Karina Krul & Serena Piervincenzi, The Charger Bulletin

February 12, 2019


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, Top Stories, University of New Haven

Voting for the Undergraduate Student Government Association presidency begins on Thursday, Feb 21. We spoke to the five candidates running. Merranda Zehner, junior accounting major Q: When did you decide you wanted to run for president? Why do you want to run? A: “The thought of running for...

Men’s Basketball Win Coaching for Literacy

Men’s Basketball Win Coaching for Literacy

Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Charger Athletics, Sports, This Week's Top Stories

On Saturday Feb. 2 men’s basketball participated in their annual Coaching for Literacy Awareness game as they took on Southern New Hampshire at Charger Gymnasium. The Chargers defeated the Penmen 76-62 to take sole possession of first place in the NE-10 Southwest Division. The Chargers won on, and...

University Purchases St. Paul’s Church

University Purchases St. Paul’s Church

Christina Genovese, Community Engagement Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

The University of New Haven has purchased St. Paul’s Catholic Church on First Avenue in West Haven, Conn. The university has had a relationship with the church for almost a decade, and is now expanding that relationship to ownership. “The university has been leasing the parking lot on a Monday t...

New Non-Propfit Aims to Teach Immigrant Women

New Non-Propfit Aims to Teach Immigrant Women

Kiana Quinonez, Manging Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

America is known as the land of the free and home of the brave. But, for some refugee and immigrant women, a new country with a new language and rules can be very tough to navigate. Elena’s Light was born from this very issue. The organization focuses on educating immigrant and refugee women on the E...

Government Reopens On Shaky Ground

Government Reopens On Shaky Ground

Karina Krul, Editor-In-Chief

January 30, 2019


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

On Friday Jan. 25, President Donald Trump reached an agreement to reopen the government for three weeks, while negotiations over the border wall continue. This temporary agreement ended the longest government shutdown in history, coming in at 35 days in total, and allowed the House and Senate to pass a ...

Government Shutdown Impacts University Alumni

Government Shutdown Impacts University Alumni

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief

January 22, 2019


Filed under This Week's Top Stories, Top Stories, University of New Haven

The longest government shutdown in history has been going on for 32  days, with 800,000 people still out of work, including University of New Haven alumni. Samantha Higgins graduated in 2016 with degrees in criminal justice victim service administration and psychology with a community clinical concen...

Healthcare Program Receives Accreditation

Healthcare Program Receives Accreditation

Kiana Quinonez, Managing Editor

December 17, 2018


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

As the University of New Haven grows, its programs have to follow suit and, as of Nov. 16, one graduate program did just that. The university’s master’s degree in healthcare administration is now accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), which makes ...

Library Closes Due to Exhaust Gas

Library Closes Due to Exhaust Gas

Karina Krul, Ediotr-In-Chief

December 5, 2018


Filed under This Week's Top Stories

At 7:40 a.m. Wednesday, students received a message that the Marvin K. Peterson Library was closed because of mechanical issues. According to Lou Annino, associate vice president of facilities, the building was evacuated due to a “trouble alarm” from the smoke and fire detection system at appr...

University Better Than Average Despite Challenges

University Better Than Average Despite Challenges

Nicole Rivera, Photography Editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under This Week's Top Stories

After her sophomore year at the University of New Haven, psychology major Alexis Cirillo dropped out. Cirillo thought about how her money was being used and where it was going after her teacher said in class that the department could not afford paper. “I chose not to return to UNH because of the quality of educat...

Thanksgiving Week of Service

Thanksgiving Week of Service

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

November 20, 2018


Filed under Student Life, This Week's Top Stories

The University of New Haven’s Thanksgiving Week of Service was last week. The event was co-sponsored by the Center for Student Engagement, Leadership and Orientation (CSELO), dining services, and the Annual Giving Office, the university’s office for donating. The week captured the spirit of giving back....

Seniors Experience Registration Issues

Seniors Experience Registration Issues

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories

On Monday, Nov. 5, seniors of the University of New Haven woke up bright and early in anticipation for class registration. With schedules prepared and eyes glued to their computer screens, these students waited for the clock to strike 7 a.m. before frantically punching in registration codes for their...

Business College Moves to Orange Campus

Business College Moves to Orange Campus

Karina Krul, Ediotr-In-Chief

November 14, 2018


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

The College of Business has launched a pilot program to begin moving the college to University of New Haven’s Orange campus, according to Brian Kench, dean of the College of Business. The program began this semester and will fully transition for the 2019-2020 academic year. As part of the pilot,...

University Reflects on California Shooting

University Reflects on California Shooting

Karina Krul, Ediotr-In-Chief

November 14, 2018


Filed under This Week's Top Stories, U.S. News

A mass shooting  Wednesday night in Thousand Oaks, Calif., left 13 dead, including the shooter, U.S. Marines veteran Ian Long. The shooting took place at the Borderline Bar & Grill during their weekly line dancing and college night. “I actually went to Thousand Oaks this past summer with my f...

NAACP Aims to Stop the Stigma

NAACP Aims to Stop the Stigma

Ariana Lasher, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Student Life, This Week's Top Stories

On Thursday, Nov. 8, the university’s chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) hosted their annual free HIV testing event in the Moulton Lounge. HIV, or Human Immunodeficiency Virus, is the virus that causes AIDS. Health care workers from the Cornell Scott ...

Ceiling Repairs Continue in Savin Apartment

Ceiling Repairs Continue in Savin Apartment

Kiana Quinonez, Managing Editor

November 6, 2018


Filed under This Week's Top Stories

A potential mold outbreak, a falling ceiling, and concerned students greeted the residents of Apartment 31 in Savin Court Townhouses. The students said they were facing a unique situation, and an unresponsive facilities team. “It took facilities about 3 1/2 weeks to come and look at my ceiling...

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