Visiting Families Treated to Fun Filled Day

Rebekah Gordon

October 6, 2010

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

Each year, as soon as the weather turns just the right temperature to bring out hot cider and beautiful autumn leaves are seen on the trees, the University of New Haven hosts its annual Family Day.  Students throughout campus are either excited about seeing their families for the first time since move...

2010 Harmony Classic: Celebrating Diversity and Racial Harmony

Charger Athletics

September 8, 2010

Filed under Campus News and Events, Charger Athletics, Sports, University of New Haven

WEST HAVEN, Conn. – The University of New Haven, Lincoln University and the Connecticut State Conference of NAACP Branches have partnered to present the 2010 Harmony Classic, an event which embraces the NCAA Division II Community Engagement initiative to develop students and communities by actively...

World Cup’s Effect on South Africa

Miriam Correia

August 25, 2010

Filed under Global News, National Sports, Sports

When people think of Africa, “great economy” isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind, but the World Cup this past summer has proved to jumpstart South Africa’s economy. When South Africa won the bid for the Cup in 2004, people didn’t have the highest expectations, but the country...

2010 Study Abroad Tips

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

2010 Study abroad trips with Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences are here! Spend two weeks in one of 4 countries (Vietnam, Poland, Russian, and China) studying the criminal justice system during the summer of 2010. The programs will combine study, sightseeing, and social...

The Battle of the Unbeatens, USA and Canada Clash Once Again

Tom Chieppo

February 23, 2010

Filed under National Sports

Two of the hockeys finest took the ice Sunday night on MSNBC at 7:40 p.m. EDT to determine the top seed in pool A and also a playoff spot to reach a possible gold medal. Team USA lead by Coach Ron Wilson needed to address to his squad that they couldn’t give up odd man rushes to Canada and force...

You’re Number 1: Alaska Village Up First in Census

The Associated Press

January 28, 2010

Filed under Global News

NOORVIK, Alaska – The U.S. Census Bureau is launching its 2010 count of the nation's residents in a remote Alaska village. Census Bureau Director Robert Groves is flying to Noorvik in northwest Alaska on Monday to count the first household in the Inupiat Eskimo community of 650. Groves and other...

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