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Students will be consulted to create “the library of the future”

Students will be consulted to create “the library of the future”

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor November 9, 2021

Nearly two years ago, during the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) meeting on Nov. 15, 2019, university President Steven Kaplan attended as a guest. At this meeting, Eric Moore, a now-class...

Halloween-ready reads to add to your collection

Halloween-ready reads to add to your collection

Emily McDonough  , Contributing Writer October 26, 2021

With fall in full swing, it’s the perfect time to sit down and get cozy with a good book. And since Halloween is right around the corner, there’s plenty of spooky books to enjoy. Check out these five...

There’s no time to waste: “Covet” by Tracy Wolff is out now

There’s no time to waste: “Covet” by Tracy Wolff is out now

Selena Soto April 27, 2021

If you still have not read any of the books in the “Crave” series, this is your sign to do so. “Crave,” “Crush,” and “Covet” by Tracy Wolff is a Harry Potter meets Twilight fictional book...

Leigh Bardugo impresses again with “King of Scars” final book

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor April 27, 2021

On March 30, best-selling author Leigh Bardugo released the final book in her “King of Scars” duology, “Rule of Wolves.” It is arguably one of her best books yet, with worldbuilding, action and...

If you liked “Twilight,” consider sinking your teeth into “Crave”

Selena Soto , Contributing Writer February 22, 2021

Fans of the “Twilight” series, your next obsession has arrived. “Crave” by Tracy Wolff is a paranormal, fantasy fiction novel that follows the perspective of 17-year-old Grace, whose life turns...

Ranking the best horror books to read for Halloween

Ranking the best horror books to read for Halloween

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor October 26, 2020

During Halloween-time, who wouldn’t want to cuddle up by the fire with a pumpkin spice latte – or whatever other caffeinated, fall drink you prefer – a knitted blanket and a terrifying book? For...

Review: French Exit by Patrick DeWitt

Review: French Exit by Patrick DeWitt

Rebecca Tatera, Contributing Writer November 16, 2019

In true fashion of the whimsical and eccentric novel, French Exit by Patrick DeWitt, I feel it’s only fair to explain how I acquired this novel. On a recent trip to Paris while studying at the Prato...

Books are Better than Movies

Books are Better than Movies

Hannah Providence, Contributing Writer October 24, 2019

I will never forget the first book that made me cry. I was 12, and wide awake at two in the morning. The main character had just died a sacrificial death. Tears streamed down my cheeks, and I howled...

Paper Books Are Always Better Than E-Books

Paper Books Are Always Better Than E-Books

Nadine Bourne, Contributing Writer February 18, 2019

Technology has become a more prominent role in the lives of everyday students, going from online projects to online homework. Now professors are having their students purchase online books for the classes....

Books Bring Hope to Hurricane Maria Victims

Books Bring Hope to Hurricane Maria Victims

Sam Pontillo , Contributing Writer March 29, 2018

Imagine having to evacuate from your home to a place where your language is not the first, having to send your kids to a new school, and living in a hotel room. That’s what the evacuees from Puerto Rico...

Can’t escape the high school classics

Kaitlin Mahar October 8, 2014

Chances are, unless it’s being made into a movie (ahem, The Great Gatsby), the odds of you revisiting anything from the arguably most scarring period of your life are slim to none, especially if there’s...

Yale Invests $100,000 in West Haven Schools

Kerri Zbodula December 5, 2012

Yale University in New Haven, Conn., made the decision that they want to help contribute to nearby schools to improve local education. They announced on Tuesday that they would invest $100,000 in West...

Where Can I Find Information in the Area of…

The Charger Bulletin November 7, 2012

By JOE SCOLLO As you get deeper into the semester, research assignments, projects and/or tests will soon consume your lives. However, if you know where to find the information or research you need,...

Letter to the Editor

The Charger Bulletin October 24, 2012

By Stephen Spignesi Charger Bulletin's Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Field's editorial about severing ties with her Twitter account was funny and insightful and touched on something I've been concerned...

GRUNGE IS DEAD: The Oral History of Seattle Rock Music: An Interview with Greg Prato, author,and music journalist

Mia Becker September 7, 2009

Everyone remembers the first time they heard “Smells like Teen Spirit”. The crunching chords, the driving bass, and the pounding drums. The main stream music scene exploded in 1991, but the local...

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