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When the Charger Bulletin Almost Lost Independence

When the Charger Bulletin Almost Lost Independence

Glenn Rohrbacker, Editor in Chief

April 24, 2018

The Charger Bulletin has been the student reporting machine of the University of New Haven since before it was called the University of New Haven (meaning New Haven College, not when people were allowed to call it UNH). In that time, it has mostly been controlled by the student government, first the D...

UNH Launches Charger Challenge

Riley Knebes

April 27, 2016

On Monday, April 18th, the University of New Haven launched its $100 million fundraising campaign, the Charger Challenge. This campaign will end in 2020 to top off the University’s 100-year anniversary. The goal of $100 million was first approved in 2012 by the UNH Board of Governors. UNH has reached...

UNH Remembers Former President Phillip S. Kaplan

Riley Knebes

January 27, 2016

Former University of New Haven President Phillip S. Kaplan passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 16. According to his obituary, Kaplan died peacefully in his sleep, surrounded by family members. Kaplan died at the age of 85. Kaplan began his work at UNH in 1959 as an economics professor. He later helped...

Joan Hoey advises students how to overcome obstacles

Samantha Mathewson

March 19, 2015

Joan Hoey, author of Purposeful Destiny, presented about overcoming obstacles at the University of New Haven, Wednesday, March 11 as a part of Wellness Week. Hoey explained that in order to overcome obstacles we face, “getting out of the 24-7 tape” is necessary. To further explain this, Hoey described ...

Following tradition

Leah Myers

March 11, 2015

SCOPE presented their monthly Beanhouse along with several student musicians in the Bartels Programming Space on March 3 at 8 p.m. and ran until 10:30 p.m. Beanhouse is an open mic event in which students perform by singing, playing an instrument, and/or reciting poetry. Though sign ups are in adv...

Amanda Play-With wins Misster UNH

Samantha Mathewson

April 30, 2014

Amanda Play-With (CJ Senerchia) was named Misster UNH of PRIDE’s annual drag show. Misster UNH was held Wednseday, April 23, in the German Club at 8 p.m., and the room filled to capacity quickly with fans of the contestants. Amanda won this year’s drag show with his rap of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ Same Love, during the lip-syncing portion. In addition there was a...

Are you Afraid of the ’90s?

Samantha Mathewson

April 23, 2014

Michele Ann Suttile, a 2006 University of New Haven graduate, is now a working actress currently producing her first independent film, Are You Afraid of The ‘90s?   Are You Afraid of The ‘90s? is a short indie comedy about one girl’s quarter-life crisis and how her obsession with the 90s becomes a living nightmare. The film stars Heat...

UNH dedicates Dodds Theater to alumnus William L. Bucknall Jr.

Elissa Sanci

April 16, 2014

The University of New Haven dedicated Dodds Theater in honor of William L. Bucknall Jr., April 10 at 4 p.m. Bucknall and his wife, their family, friends, members of the Board of Governors, alumni, students and faculty alike gathered at the entrance of the newly appointed Bucknall Theater to honor Bucknall’s...

Hola, bonjour, and privet

The Charger Bulletin

April 16, 2014

The Modern Language Department’s week in the limelight. The University of New Haven recently pledged to double the amount of students who study abroad by the end of this decade. President Steven H. Kaplan remarked, “As a leader in experiential education, UNH seeks to expand the opportunities ...

Victimology Club posts for awareness

The Charger Bulletin

April 16, 2014

By: Miriam Corella Contributing Writer The University of New Haven’s Victimology Club is using social media’s evil powers for good. Throughout April they are running a campaign in order to raise awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. One in four women and one in six men are victims...

Have you seen…

Samantha Mathewson

April 9, 2014

Recent thefts on campus leave Campus Police searching for the culprit. While progress has been made, the investigation of the electronic thefts from Buckman, Dodds and Harugari Halls remains active as Chief of Police Mark DeLieto and Assistant Chief of Police Donald Parker search for the suspe...

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