The Charger Bulletin

Letters to the Editor

The Charger Bulletin welcomes Letters to the Editor for people to express themselves on topics relevant to the University of New Haven community. The submission deadline for Letters to the Editor is 5 p.m. on Friday for publication in our upcoming issue, which hits print on Tuesday mornings. Letters to the Editor are also published online the same day as the release of print issues. The Charger Bulletin cannot guarantee publication if it is submitted past the deadline.

All submissions by outside writers to The Charger Bulletin, unless otherwise approved by the editor-in-chief, will be treated as letters to the editor. Letters should not exceed 300 words if they are to be considered for print publication. The Charger Bulletin will not accept anonymous letters unless approved by the editor-in-chief.

Letters to the Editor are published under the discretion of the editor-in-chief, and not every submitted letter will be published. The Charger Bulletin also reserves the right to withhold Letters to the Editor that are excessively vulgar or nonsensical, or do not meet our editorial standards.

Letters can be sent via email to [email protected] and must contain the writer’s name and contact information for verification purposes. The opinions expressed in Letters to the Editor are of the authors themselves and not The Charger Bulletin.


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