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Weekend Trip To The Movies

Heather Brown

February 12, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Movies, Opinion & Editorials

WEST HAVEN--Saturday night, Feb. 7 the Office of Student Activities brought students off campus for a night at the movies. Taken is an action-packed thriller starring Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen and Maggie Grace. Neeson plays the roll of Bryan Mills, a former spy out to rescue his daughter no matter the...

Students Look for Role Models

Zack Rosen

February 12, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Movies, Opinion & Editorials

WEST HAVEN--What do you get when you mix a few parts Seann William Scott (American Pie) with equal parts Paul Rudd (Knocked Up), Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Elizabeth Banks? Why, you get Judd Apatow's Role Models, of course! SCOPE treated UNH to a screening of the movie last weekend, Friday, Feb. 6...

Campus Rec: More Than Just RECSports

Kat Wilberding

February 12, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN--Every week I, on behalf of the RECSports program, write an article about what's going on in RECSports and in RECSports only. Yet the here at the Beckerman Recreation Center there are a variety of other programs and activities offered by Campus Recreation. So this week I'd like to take the...

The Adult Circus Comes to UNH

Zack Rosen

February 12, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials

WEST HAVEN--On Saturday, Feb. 7 at 9 p.m., Dodds Theater quickly filled with about 120 students to witness The Adult Circus, made up of Chris Chelko and Michael DuBois.Performing at over 80 colleges and universities, dozens of organizations and other exclusive venues, and for celebrities such as Ste...

Men’s Volleyball Splits

The Charger Bulletin

February 5, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

MAHWAH, N.J. -The University of New Haven men's volleyball team opened its 2009 regular season by splitting a pair of matches at Ramapo College. The Chargers took their opening match of the day in three sets over Polytechnic followed by a three-set loss to Ramapo in the nightcap.The Chargers defeated Po...

Men Drop Second of the Season to Le Moyne

The Charger Bulletin

February 5, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN -The University of New Haven men's basketball team fell 65-60 Saturday afternoon to the Le Moyne College Dolphins. With the loss, the Chargers fall to 7-14 overall and 5-11 in the Northeast-10 Conference, while the Dolphins improve to 11-10 overall and 7-9 in conference play. Cassius Chaney led ...

Pollard’s Career-High Leads Chargers to Big Win Over Le Moyne

The Charger Bulletin

February 5, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN -Sophomore guard Nicole Pollard led the Chargers with a career-high 19 points as they rebounded with a 63-39 victory over the Le Moyne College Dolphins. The Chargers improve to 13-8 overall and 8-8 in the Northeast-10 Conference, while the Dolphins fall to 11-10 overall and 8-8 in the NE-10.The...

Get to Know Delta Phi Epsilon

The Charger Bulletin

February 5, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events

Our chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon was founded on May 12, 2007.We are very active on campus and conduct numerous events. Our most popular is Deepher Dude, which is a male contest that helps support our philanthropy Cystic Fibrosis. We have a new event, Deepher Do-Over, which is supporting our other phila...

RECSports Makes Changes for Spring Semester

Kat Wilberding

February 5, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN--Welcome back to another semester of school, work, and RECSports! Season Three registration is up and running, so be sure to get your teams together and sign up. On that note, here's a quick reminder of the sports offered in Season Three: 5 v 5 basketball, dodge ball, floor hockey, and whiffleball.Joi...

New Res Hall Questions Answered

Heather Brown

February 5, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--The talk of the campus at the moment seems to be the new residence hall that has been under construction since the end of the last academic year. With room selection looming on the horizon, it only seems appropriate that the concerns and rumors be addressed. Thanks to the Office of Residential...

A Message From President Kaplan

Steven Kaplan

January 27, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials

Let's clear up some misconceptions about the Board of Governors.There were two editorials in the last edition of The Charger Bulletin that demonstrated to me quite clearly how little some students know about the University's Board of Governors. One of the writers referred to the members of our governi...

A Tradition Continues

Sam Cox

January 27, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials

by Delta ChiWEST HAVEN--The University of New Haven is a school that is committed to a student-centered education and experimental learning. Through that come traditions and proud alumni that have graduated to become contributing members of society. We, the members of the Delta Chi Fraternity believe who...

New Students Visit Local Comedy Club

Kyle Quinn-Quesada

January 27, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events

NEW HAVEN--Joker's Wild, a local downtown New Haven comedy club was host to a group of recently transferred students as well as incoming freshman from the University of New Haven on Saturday, Jan. 24. Joker's was featuring two comics Saturday: Darren Rivell, a Connecticut local and winner of the state's...

Season Three Just Around the Corner

Kat Wilberding

December 15, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

Season Two was a success! The participation level was amazing and the games hard-fought. Congratulations to the following league winners: Team DieNasty for men's kickball, Jon's Lunch for co-rec kickball, Choatic Ballers for co-rec basketball, and Bangin' Bulldogs for flag football, men's basketball,...

UNH Band Takes on Toad’s Place

celinanatola

December 15, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Music, Opinion & Editorials

WEST HAVEN--Balancing school, work, and a hobby is no small feat. Luckily for sophomore Spencer Haddad, all of this balancing has paved his way to the place "where legends play." Haddad and his band Perish Hill have managed to obtain a gig at one of the most coveted venues in the New Haven area: Toad's...

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