The Charger Bulletin

Political neutrality: The good, the bad, and the evil

Natalie Jones, Contributing Writer September 14, 2021

Can someone be neutral in a nation as divided as the United States? Not only are we divided by political issues, but human rights issues have also been made political in these past few years. Every...

New Professor Starts History of African Americans Class

New Professor Starts History of African Americans Class

Kayra Clouden, Multimedia Editor September 5, 2017

Jason Jordan, assistant professor of history, takes University of New Haven students on a journey through African American history by teaching the well-desired course “History of African Americans”...

UNH Remembers 9/11

Ana Abraham September 19, 2012

Every year since the nation was changed forever on Sept. 11, 2001, UNH has held a remembrance ceremony to honor not only the lives lost on that day, but also those left behind. This year’s ceremony...

Neil Armstrong: The Death of an American Hero

Ana Abraham September 5, 2012

As recently as 50 years ago, the idea of putting a man on the moon was viewed as—no pun intended—an astronomical impossibility. In mid-1961, President John F. Kennedy announced a goal to see...

Tolerance Week at UNH

Ana Abraham May 2, 2012

The week of April 23 to the 27 was Tolerance Week at the University of New Haven. The Tolerance Committee, which is a part of the  American Criminal Justice Association Psi Omega chapter, put on...

Knox convicted, sentenced to 26 years in Italy

Liz De La Torre December 5, 2009

From The Associated Press PERUGIA, Italy – American college student Amanda Knox was found guilty of murdering her British roommate and sentenced to 26 years in prison early Saturday after a year-long...

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