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UNH Students Make a Deal

Heather Brown

November 4, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials

WEST HAVEN--Last Saturday the stage in Dodds auditorium was alive with the lights and sounds of the TV game show Deal or No Deal. With Tim Fasano lending his talent to portraying Howie Mandel and the 16 lovely ladies of the 5,6,7,8 Dance Team holding the cases, this event promised to be the biggest of...

Haunted House Spooks Students

Heather Brown

November 4, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--Cookies and goodies and screams, oh my! Walking to Bartels on Halloween night brought a sense of excitement with the only explanation being SCOPE's haunted house.Remembering years past, my roommate and I decided to get to the Echlin Dining Hall extremely early so we were the first ones ready ...

Senator Spotlight

The Charger Bulletin

October 29, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

Name: Heather BrownSenator Since: Spring of 2008Major and Year of Graduation: Criminal Justice: Investigative Services & 2010Why did you become a USGA Senator?: I wanted the opportunity to represent my fellow students. I have been a part of the USGA since my freshman year and I saw the great things tha...

UNH Students Leave for the Marines

Sam Cox

October 29, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--In the beginning of November, two students will be saying goodbye to UNH, friends, and family as they embark on lifelong goals of serving their country in the Marine Corps.  Jay Peter Foley was born on July 13, 1989 to Elaine Sanborn and James Foley.  He is a native of Wallingford, Conn....

College Dems Offer Glimpse into Healthcare

celinanatola

October 29, 2008


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

WEST HAVEN--Students joined together in the Alumni Lounge with loaded potatoes in hand to watch Michael Moore's SiCKO Thursday night, Oct. 23. The film, presented by the College Democrats offered personalized insight into American healthcare.In today's economy and presidential race, the issue of healthca...

SADD Haunted House

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

Spooky, horrifying, and yet AWESOME!The old Clinton police HQ in Clinton CT gets quite a make over every year around this time. Maybe it's the ghostly voices in the night, maybe it's the residual fear of being locked up? Or maybe it's just in the name of fun. Regardless of why, every year the week be...

Jonsson’s 37th Minute Goal Lifts UNH Over Bentley

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN--The University of New Haven women's soccer team defeated the visiting Bentley College Falcons 1-0 Saturday afternoon. The Chargers improve to 7-6-1 overall and 5-4-0 in the Northeast-10 Conference and the Falcons fall to 3-10-1 overall and 1-7-1 in conference play.Åsa Jonsson scored her ...

Men’s Soccer Gets Tripped Up By Bentley

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WALTHAM, Mass.--Despite taking a 1-0 lead early in the first half, the visiting University of New Haven men's soccer team fell 6-2 to Bentley College on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 11. The Chargers are now 3-9-0, 2-6-0 NE-10, while the Falcons improve to 5-6-2, 2-5-2 NE-10. Just over five minutes into the ga...

Students Perform at Second Beanhouse

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


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

WEST HAVEN--The second Beanhouse, organized by SCOPE, took place on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 9:00 p.m. in Bartels Lobby. It was a place where budding singers astonished the audience with the power of their music.Completely different from the first Beanhouse, there were many more people in the audience. W...

RECSports Season One Comes to a Close

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN--The regular season games for Season One were wrapped up for the most part this week. Guess what that means? PLAYOFFS! Many people have asked when playoffs are. The schedule will be posted on the RECSports' bulletin board in the Rec Center along with current standings and Quest scores.Wit...

Delta Chi Stays Busy on Campus

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--With the first month of the semester behind us, the brothers of the New Haven Delta Chi Fraternity are working hard in and out of the classroom, balancing school work and fraternity life.Over the past month the brothers enjoyed Rush Week, meeting many new freshmen and upper classmen and are pro...

Fires Cost More Than the War in Iraq?

louiseswood

October 7, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Global News

WEST HAVEN--This week is Fire Prevention Week, a national campaign sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association(NFPA). The primary goal of Fire Prevention Week is to bring national awareness to the deadly effects of fire in an effort to educate people in saving their own life as well as others.Whi...

Getting Help at the Peterson Library

kristabush

October 7, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--The Peterson Library at the University of New Haven offers its students a variety of ways to get help. We have access to a vast amount of information. The library's website is a direct link from the UNH homepage. Do you want to look up a book in our library catalog? We have an online catalog...

Going Green: Tips from ASID

The Charger Bulletin

October 7, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Global News

By Kelli Walerysiak, American Society of Interior DesignersAs we all know, going green has been an ongoing force for quite a while now. For some, hearing "going green" can seem like a huge deal and way too far of a reach. For others, hearing "going green" can be an everyday task. The university has recentl...

Students Revive UNH Hockey Team

Zack Rosen

October 7, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Sports

WEST HAVEN--Back in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the University of New Haven had a Division III hockey team. Unfortunately this quickly dispersed and as the university started to rapidly grow, the hockey team was quickly forgotten by most. But not all.Over the summer, freshman Jeff Cafarchio (right wing...

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