The Charger Bulletin

Chauvin conviction marks continuation of movement, not end

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

Nearly 11 months after kneeling on the neck of George Floyd for over nine minutes, ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and...

A makeshift memorial and mural outside Cup Foods, where George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer

Derek Chauvin found guilty of murdering George Floyd

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor April 20, 2021

On Tuesday afternoon, Derek Chauvin, an ex-Minneapolis police officer was found guilty on all charges by a jury in Hennepin County court. For three weeks, he was on trial for the murder of George Floyd,...

Students voice a need for change following D.C. riots

Students voice a need for change following D.C. riots

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor January 19, 2021

On Jan. 6, the nation watched as supporters of President Donald Trump rioted in Washington D.C., storming and looting the Capitol building. In the following days, several University of New Haven staff...

The Zoom event

Author Jennifer Cobbina speaks to university students about protests changing America

Isabelle Hajek, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

On Tuesday, the office of the V.P. for diversity & inclusion and the Myatt Center for Diversity & Inclusion hosted a webinar entitled “Hands Up Don’t Shoot: How Protests Changed America.”...

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