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University Hosts Symposium on What Makes America Great

University Hosts Symposium on What Makes America Great

Mitsouki Garvey-Sanchez, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under Student Life

On Thursday, Nov. 2, the curator of  What Makes America Great, Guy-Serge Emmanuel, hosted a symposium with other faculty members and had an open discussion of current issues in society and how art can help express solutions to those problems. What Makes America Great exhibit is a collection of de...

Seton Gallery Presents “What Makes America Great”

Seton Gallery Presents “What Makes America Great”

Everett Bishop, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under Student Life

The University of New Haven’s Seton Gallery opened on Thursday, Oct. 26th with a showing of What Makes America Great, a collection of different prints and designs aimed at highlighting the various aspects of the United States that denote its positive character and values. “I appreciate everything ...

In the Face of Poverty, the Lower Class is Fighting a Battle Without Weapons

Kaitlin Mahar

March 23, 2016


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

There’s an article circulating on Facebook about a hardworking, metaphorical college student with a 4.0 GPA whose father (who just so happens to be a Republican), when his daughter described her friend and fellow student’s laziness and resulting 2.0 GPA, suggests that his daughter deduct 1.0 from...

Born Into Poverty and Obesity

Elissa Sanci

March 23, 2016


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Money controls so many aspects of our lives—including our health. I’ve never given much thought to the existing correlation between poverty and obesity, but it’s there and it’s huge (pun intended). Between 2003 and 2007, obesity rates increased by 10 percent for low-income children; children fro...

Religion in Politics

Dayna Lindo

February 17, 2016


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

I’ve been getting more involved in local community activism, and it’s made me extremely happy. I recently attended a public hearing in Bridgeport to support speakers against a gas plant proposal to replace a recently shut down coal factory. The week before that, I attended an NAACP meeting. The discussion...

Speech Delivered at USGA Meeting

The Charger Bulletin

November 7, 2012


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

By TIMOTHY AARON DANFORTH Danforth delivered this speech at the October 26 USGA meeting. Due to time constraints, Danforth was unable to finish. The Charger Bulletin has chosen to publish the entirety of the speech for the reader’s knowledge. My name is Timothy Aaron Danforth. I am a natural-...

USGA Meetings to Now Open with the “Pledge of Allegiance” Each Week: Why This Makes Me Uncomfortable

Elizabeth Field

October 24, 2012


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Don’t call me un-American. I love my country. I believe deeply in the dogma and principles in which this country was built on. The amendment I hold nearest and dearest to my heart is the First, which grants me the right to say as I please. More importantly, it grants me the power not to be forced...

Ron Paul: America Slipping Into Fascism

Cullen Mclane

February 29, 2012


Filed under Features

So apparently I’m working on some kind of article about a guy named Paul this week. And apparently he said something about America slipping into fascism or something. He’s entitled to his opinion, I guess. But what makes this Paul guy so news worthy? Everybody has opinions, but they don’t all deserve...

NJ teens sue over ‘God Bless America’ ejection

Liz De La Torre

September 15, 2009


Filed under Global News

From The Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. – Three teenagers who say they were tossed from a New Jersey ballpark over their refusal to stand during the song "God Bless America" are suing the minor league Newark Bears. The boys argue that their constitutional rights were violated when they were as...

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