The Charger Bulletin

Theft in Bartels

Theft in Bartels

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor

January 29, 2020

On Tuesday, an unidentified male allegedly stole credit and debit cards from a room in Bartels Hall. The university police chief, James Gilman, notified students and faculty about the incident on Wednesday through school email. Photographs of the suspect were included. According to Gilman, the suspect...

Holding IDs Won’t Work

Holding IDs Won’t Work

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019

The Marketplace in Bartels will once again be collecting ID cards from students wishing to take a to-go box when they swipe in. Student’s IDs are held at the register until they retrieve them on their way out of the dining hall. This policy is the same one that was implemented by Sodexo in the spring of 2018...

Sorority Hosts “Show Your Spots”

Sorority Hosts

Sommers Smith, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2018

Expressing yourself can be difficult, but the sisters of Lambda Pi Upsilon hosted “Show Your Spots,” where students could write their qualities on paper jaguar spots and place them above the Bartels’ fireplace lounge. The event focused on making students from all backgrounds feel welcome and fr...

Bartels Lecture Series Featuring Dan Schultz

Bartels Lecture Series Featuring Dan Schultz

Samantha Reposa, Managing Editor

November 6, 2017

In 1989, Henry E. and Nancy H. Bartels established the University New Haven’s Bartels Lecture Series bringing in esteemed fellows from all backgrounds for students to enhance intellectual life in students within the business and public service fields. Daniel C. Schultz, president of Sikorsky, a ...

Bartels Gets a Makeover: New Marketplace Features

Bartels Gets a Makeover: New Marketplace Features

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor

August 21, 2017

The University of New Haven, with the opening of fall semester, will be unveiling new renovations to the Bartels Marketplace. The renovations come after two rounds of surveys, sent out to the campus community, provided feedback regarding the current marketplace. Gordon Hayes, general manager of Din...

An Open Letter to Bartels from a Female Student

The Charger Bulletin

December 9, 2015

Dear Bartels, Do I look like a bird? No? Then stop feeding me like I am one. As a female student on this campus who pays for her food just like everybody else and pays the same amount as everybody else, I’m tired of getting portion sizes that would not even satiate a small child. Sure, this might...

SCOPE it out!


February 18, 2015

Wednesday, Feb. 18: Film Showing of Catching Fire in Bartels Cafe at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19: Throwback Thursday Film Showing of Space Jam at 8 p.m.   Friday, Feb. 20: Photo Dry-Erase Boards in Bartels Programming Space from 5 to 9 p.m. Film Showing of Mocking Jay in Gehrin...

The Charger Battery

Elissa Sanci

January 28, 2015

Positive + The first full week of classes was already disrupted thanks to Winter Storm Juno; classes were cut on Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday, meaning there’s no need to get out of bed. 12 straight hours of Netflix anyone? + Spending time with friends after spending a month on your mo...

In memory of “Hank” Bartels

Samantha Mathewson

January 28, 2015

Henry Edwin “Hank” Bartels, of North Branford, Conn. died of natural causes on Jan. 16. Hank was 92 and a prominent philanthropist. In an email sent out to the University of New Haven community, President Steve Kaplan addressed the many contributions that Bartels’ has made over the years. ...

Announcement of the Tow Institute

Samantha Higgins

October 8, 2014

On Oct. 2, there was standing room only as numerous staff, faculty, students and elected officials from Connecticut gathered in the Alumni Lounge to hear the announcement of the Tow Institute for Youth Justice. This program, made possible by the Tow family’s generous donations and dreams to help alleviate pain and suffering, as said by Emily Tow-Jackson herse...


The Charger Bulletin

September 24, 2014

Here are this week’s SCOPE events: Thursday September 25: -Make your own Flip Flops in the Bartel’s programming space from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. -Comedian Vladimir Caamano preforming at 7 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge Friday September 26: -22 Jump Street showing in Gehring 301 at 8 p.m. Free Fr...

Things I wish I Could Accomplish at UNH

Nadine Northway

May 1, 2013

Unfortunately for myself, I will not be attending the University of New Haven next year. With my time here, I wanted to bring forth some new challenges. I was thinking of ways we could improve our school. One thing I wanted to look into was the donation of excess food to homeless shelters. When we...

Peace of Mind

The Charger Bulletin

April 10, 2013

By ERIC NEILSON LETTER TO THE EDITOR Whether on social media or in the Charger Bulletin, complaints run rampant. It’s sad to see students would much rather complain than do something to improve our dispositions here at the University of New Haven. I know Bartels doesn’t compare to five-star restaurants,...


The Charger Bulletin

April 3, 2013

By TJ DENBLEYKER, JEFFERY CHASE, AND MARISA GARCIA LETTER TO THE EDITOR The Bartels dining hall has seemed to have fallen under a bad rep, but it certainly was for good reason. Bartels’ problems range the whole spectrum, from the hours they remain open, the food quality and variety itself and even ...

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