The Charger Bulletin

Gender Neutral Bathrooms

Samantha Mathewson

May 7, 2014

Gender neutrality is a national issue that campuses face when planning accommodations to welcome all prospective students. At the University of New Haven, “we need to think about being a university welcoming to all students,” said Rebecca Johnson, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students. “It is a national issue and we need to respond to it....

First female wins Last Man Standing

The Charger Bulletin

May 7, 2014

By Alyssa Mackinnon, contributing writer Monday, April 21, a contest was held to find the University of New Haven’s The Last Man Standing. First prize was $1000, second $500, and third was $250, and over the course of a week 20 people competed to win these prizes. The first event was bull riding,...

One Day Without Shoes raises awareness for impoverished children

Elissa Sanci

May 7, 2014

In conjunction with TOMS, University of New Haven’s Habitat hosted their annual One Day Without Shoes event April 29 in the Alumni Lounge. UNH Habitat is a student organization focused on providing volunteer opportunities to university students and improving the community. TOMS Shoes, a for-profit c...

Newly renamed Bucknall Theater holds first musical, Spring Awakening

Ashley Winward

May 7, 2014

Alumnus William L. Bucknall Jr. was in attendance at a sold out opening night in the theater newly renamed in his honor just a few weeks ago. In the first major performance since this renaming, the University of New Haven’s Theater Department put on five performances of the rock musical, Spr...

Up in the Woods to premiere May 8th

Scott Iwaniec

May 7, 2014

Up in the Woods, a film written, directed and produced by the fall 2013 Film Production II class, will premiere Thursday, May 8 at 6:30 p.m. in Bucknall Theater. For the past two semesters, communication students, under the supervision of communication professor Paul Falcone, worked to complete the film. Up i...

UNH dedicates Soundview Hall to Joseph E. Celentano

Samantha Mathewson

May 7, 2014

The University of New Haven officially dedicated Celentano Hall to generous donor Joseph E. “Chick” Celentano Sr. for his contributions to the university. Chick donated land across the street from Bergami Hall and annual scholarships for West Haven students pursuing a degree in higher education will be given in ...

Spring Concert explodes with Krewella

Ashley Winward

May 6, 2014

This past Saturday, 1,100 Spring Concert attendees were treated to a power-packed concert put on by SCOPE. The Verge Campus Tour has been rolling through over 20 colleges in the past month bringing vendors as well as music. Verge Campus prides themselves on being “an all-inclusive national music tour...

Potential smoking ban sparks mixed reviews from students

Liana Teixeira

April 30, 2014

The University of New Haven may be the next university to join the smoke-free/tobacco-free campus trend sweeping the nation. In an email sent to all students and faculty on Wednesday, April 23, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Rebecca Johnson, announced that the university...

Mindful Snacking

Patricia Oprea

April 30, 2014

Vendor Fair offers nutritious snacks for students, promotes healthy eating. In a fast-paced college life, eating nutritious food may not be a high priority for students. For some, work or class can interfere with dining hall hours. Other students might find themselves grabbing snacks such as O...

Sgt. John Morris retires after 12 years of dedicated service

Elissa Sanci

April 30, 2014

After 12 years of dedicated service to the University of New Haven Police Department, Sgt. John Morris is retiring. To thank him for his dedication and service, UNH honored Sgt. Morris Thursday April 24 at 2:30 p.m. in the Moulton Lounge. Chief Mark DeLieto presented a plaque to Morris during the...

The Student News Source of the University of New Haven
Campus News and Events