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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...

Featured Interview: Behind the New Music Magazine PULP

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


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

Q: What motivated you to start this sister project with The Charger Bulletin?A: The project had great support from the beginning, which I think was the first real motivating factor. I wanted to start a music magazine on campus just through a large interest in what's happening within our school and e...

UNH Prepares for Semi-Annual Bartels Fellowship Lecture

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--ESPN is one of the biggest names in sports communications. Rosa Gatti, who will be speaking at the semi-annual Bartels Lecture at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 2 in Dodds Theatre, is the woman who made ESPN a household name.As ESPN's longtime communications director, Gatti built the ESPN brand ...

OSA Brings Thursdays Back on Campus

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--Many students are aware that Thursday nights are typically good nights to cruise downtown New Haven. While New Haven offers a decent club scene, Thursdays usually don't have much to offer for those who would like to stay on campus. Recently, the Office of Student Activities has sought to...

E-Journals Offer a Useful New Research Tool

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--Journal articles, especially from "peer-reviewed" scholarly research journals, are at the core of academic research and essential background for writing research papers. Magazines are a good source for news about the world, sports teams, celebrities, hobbies, etc. Until a few years ago, the...

Appellate Court Comes to UNH

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--On Wednesday Sept. 24, the University of New Haven welcomed the Connecticut Appellate Court to campus.Students were given the chance to hear appellate arguments regarding two real life cases. The cases heard were about an assault and a DUI. Upon entering Dodds it felt as if you had just en...

Students Top Off the New Res Hall

The Charger Bulletin

October 1, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--Dozens of students, faculty and staff helped themselves to Sharpies to sign their names on the final beam of the new residence hall in a ceremony behind Maxcy Hall last Thursday, including one who wrote, "I love UNH, and I am awesome!" Speeches by state and local dignitaries embraced the upbeat ...

UNH Music Magazine debut-featured interview

The Charger Bulletin

September 24, 2008


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

Charger Bulletin: What motivated you to start this sister project with The Charger Bulletin? Mia Becker: The project had great support from the beginning, which I think was the first real motivating factor. I wanted to start a music magazine on campus just through a large interest in what's happening within our school, and events going on downtown...

First Beanhouse of the Year Spotlights Student Talent

ankitsharma

September 24, 2008


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

WEST HAVEN--UNH had its first Beanhouse of the semester in Bartels Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 17. This first Beanhouse, a celebration of the hidden talents of UNH students, had a first set of performers which consisted of an interesting mix of poets, singers, songwriters and guitar players. Beanhouse started with Kristin Merlin, a freshman,...

Community Event Spotlight: Durham Fair

robvine

September 24, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

The slight falling of the temperature and few leaves at the feet of our New England trees signal the approach of fall, arguably the most exciting season in our area. Several events occur within the next months that deserve to be mentioned, and allows a certain dynamic to where we go to school that many schools in big cities do not have. T...

E-journals Revolutionize Research

Marion Sachdeva

September 24, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

WEST HAVEN--Journal articles, especially from "peer-reviewed" scholarly research journals, are at the core of academic research and essential background for writing research papers. Magazines are a good source for news about the world, sports teams, celebrities, hobbies, etc. Until a few years ago, the best place to find a good collection of all ...

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