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ASID Hosts Career Night

ASID Hosts Career Night

Nicole Rivera, Photography Editor

February 12, 2020

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) on campus held their annual career night Thursday. Members of ASID include designers, industry representatives, educators and students committed to interior design. Through education, advocacy, community building and outreach, the organization tries...

Reh Finishes Historic Lacrosse Career

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Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

May 7, 2019

Senior women’s lacrosse player Mackenzie Reh not only broke two single season program records this season, but she also single handedly brought the team to a NE-10 semifinal appearance with an overtime goal to take down No. 3 Pace. She did this while collecting NE-10 Midfielder of The Year along wi...

“Networking is one Letter away from Notworking”

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Rob Thompson, Director of Development

March 27, 2019

At an early stage in my career it was engraved in me the importance of relationships and the value of your network. Not necessarily the amount of people you have in your network digitally or in the real world, rather the quality of people in your network. If you are curious about people and naturally extroverted it...

Rec Center Holds Annual STEM Career Fair

Rec Center Holds Annual STEM Career Fair

Jennifer Korn, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2019

The Beckerman Recreation Center held its annual STEM Career Fair at the University of New Haven on Thursday, Feb. 21. Students brought resumes to nearly 70 employers in hopes of being considered for internships and employment. Emma Conrad, a peer career advisor, and senior accounting major, says the g...

Bailey’s Career Night Downs Southern Connecticut

Bailey’s Career Night Downs Southern Connecticut

Zachary Pincince, Contributing Writer

December 5, 2018

The University of New Haven’s men’s basketball team took their undefeated record across the street in a matchup with Southern Connecticut State University. A passionate rivalry between the teams created an intense environment in James Moore Field House Wednesday night. The Chargers fell behind early ...

University Student Thrives as Orientation Leader

University Student Thrives as Orientation Leader

Lauren Cohen, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

Nicholas Mroczka, a senior English major with a concentration in secondary education from Middletown, Conn. had the opportunity to be an Orientation Leader (OL) this past summer. His favorite part of the job is connecting with students and helping them to grow individually. His goal once he graduates ...

Make Money or Spend Money: What Would You Choose?

Samantha Mathewson

April 17, 2013

The decision to go to college or not comes at a trivial point in a young person’s life, and that lone decision could have a huge impact on one’s future. So is college enough anymore? Or has it become the “new” high school? “A college education produces many outcomes for students, including...

Making the Most out of the 2012 Career and Graduate School Expo

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2012

By DAVE CRANSHAW UNH Today On Friday, Oct. 19, undergraduate and graduate students will have the opportunity to interact with representatives from 50 companies and graduate schools as part of the 2012 Career and Graduate School Expo sponsored by the Career Development Center (CDC). The event takes...

German rock band Scorpions to end career

Brittni DeHart

January 25, 2010

From The Associated Press The German rock band Scorpions is bringing down the curtain on a career spanning more than four decades. The band, known for its early 1990s hit "Wind of Change" among others, said on its Web site Sunday that "we agree we have reached the end of the road." It said it...

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