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Up ‘Til Dawn Raises Over $118,000 for Cancer

Up ‘Til Dawn Raises Over $118,000 for Cancer

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

February 28, 2019

Students at the University of New Haven raised $118, 702 during Saturday’s, Feb. 23 Up ‘til Dawn event. As the name implies, students are challenged to stay up all night in order to raise money for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. This was the event’s 11th year running at the univer...

West Haven Experiences Unsafe Air Quality

West Haven Experiences Unsafe Air Quality

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2019

Air quality is not often thought about in West Haven, but earlier this month, on Feb. 4, the region experienced an air quality deemed “unhealthy air quality for sensitive groups,” according to the Air Quality Index (AQI). The AQI was developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as...

University Community Comments on Duke Incident

University Community Comments on Duke Incident

Corina Rodriguez, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

A professor at Duke University asked international students to refrain from speaking their native language on campus after receiving complaints from faculty members. Megan Neely, director of graduate studies in biostatistics at Duke, emailed her students after being approached by two colleagues who asked f...

USGA Treasurer and President Candidates Debate

USGA Treasurer and President Candidates Debate

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

February 22, 2019

The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) hosted the first round of their debates on Wednesday, Feb. 13 in the Henry C. Lee building. Candidates for USGA treasurer and president were given a chance to answer questions about what qualified them for the position and to share their platform wit...

Measles Outbreak Reaches New Haven

Measles Outbreak Reaches New Haven

Sam Gangi, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2019

On Monday, Feb. 4, Yale-New Haven hospital had its second confirmed measles case of the season. The patients are both adults, though hospital officials would not say if the two people were related or had been in contact with each other. These cases are the first of the year, with only three cases on ...

Jazzman’s Supervisor Allegedly Rewriting Use-By Dates

Jazzman’s Supervisor Allegedly Rewriting Use-By Dates

Jennifer Korn & Karina Krul, The Charger Bulletin

February 22, 2019

Employees at Jazzman’s have confirmed that one of their supervising managers, Nancy Dijon, has intentionally changed use-by dates so that food stays on the shelf longer. While they do not know how long this has been going on, workers have said they caught their manager changing the dates within the l...

Q&A With the USGA Presidential Candidates

Q&A With the USGA Presidential Candidates

Karina Krul & Serena Piervincenzi, The Charger Bulletin

February 12, 2019

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...

What Happens With Course Evaluations?

What Happens With Course Evaluations?

Victoria Cagley, Contributing Writer

February 12, 2019

At the end of each semester, students are asked by the university to fill out course evaluations for the classes they took, and to reflect on their instructors. Many students, however, do not know how those evaluations are used by the university. Associate provost of the College of Arts and Sciences, Stuart Si...

Students and Faculty Weigh In On Shutdown

Students and Faculty Weigh In On Shutdown

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

February 6, 2019

The government is now open, ending what became the longest government shutdown to date. The shutdown lasted over 30 days, and is now in the midst of a three-week open period for legislators to get together in an attempt to compromise on a federal budget. Federal workers, students receiving financia...

University Purchases St. Paul’s Church

University Purchases St. Paul’s Church

Christina Genovese, Community Engagement Editor

February 6, 2019

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-Profit Aims to Teach Immigrant Women

New Non-Profit Aims to Teach Immigrant Women

Kiana Quinonez, Manging Editor

February 6, 2019

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...

Criminal Justice Student Awarded National Recognition

Criminal Justice Student Awarded National Recognition

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

January 30, 2019

Getting a paper published in a national magazine is no easy feat. With competition from fifty other states, having your work acknowledged on such a large scale isn’t something every college student can say they have achieved. But for one student, it was. Alyssa Stolecki, a junior criminal justice ...

Government Reopens On Shaky Ground

Government Reopens On Shaky Ground

Karina Krul, Editor-In-Chief

January 30, 2019

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

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

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 ...

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