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Honors program announces totally real course listings for fall semester

Editorial Staff, Editorial Staff April 5, 2022

Satire It is officially the point in time during the second semester where the registration process for next fall has begun, and the highly anticipated list of Honors courses has been released. Here are...

Dont Be Fooled By Online Classes

Don’t Be Fooled By Online Classes

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer November 17, 2019

As another registration period comes and goes, it is important to understand exactly what your classes will expect of you, especially when it comes to classes that are online. Online classes work on...

Aunt Vicky’s Registration Tips

Aunt Vicky’s Registration Tips

Victoria Cagley, Community Engagement Editor November 16, 2019

1. Breathe. It might feel like the world is ending but it’s not, and you’re going to get through this. 2. Put your pin number and CRNs in a text document on your computer to make registration faster....

Registration: Are They Setting Us Up for Failure?

Registration: Are They Setting Us Up for Failure?

Erin Stevenin, Contributing Writer March 13, 2019

Registration is arguably the most stressful part of being a college student. It is a race to type a bunch of numbers as fast as you can to get an ideal schedule. Students are asked to wake up at 7 am,...

The Benefits of Online Classes

The Benefits of Online Classes

Nicole Manall, Staff Writer November 20, 2018

Online classes, love them or hate them, can sometimes be your only option. When having a stressful day, it is nice to know that I do not have to make the drive to campus, but instead can complete my class...

Whats the Deal with Prerequisites?

What’s the Deal with Prerequisites?

Marissa Rosado, Staff Writer February 1, 2018

When students enter a university or college for the first time, they constantly hear their professors and counselors telling them to get their prerequisite classes out of the way. But why do we need to...

Simply Sam’s Style

Samantha Salvio August 26, 2015

The resident fashion stylist here on campus is back and I am so thrilled to share another year of trends for all occasions and outfits to accompany them with you. The first week of school is always...

Multiple snow days cause change in scheduling

Samantha Mathewson February 18, 2015

Due to several storms disproportionally cancelling classes on Mondays, some have yet to meet this semester. Because of this, Thursday, Feb. 26 will act as a Monday in an attempt to restore balance between...

The Charger Battery

The Charger Bulletin September 3, 2014

Positives + After coming back to campus and seeing all the changes, it was nice to finally have lucious grass in the quad. Tossing the football and frisbee or laying out between classes will be much...

5 Reasons Why Banner is Better than Matrix

Elissa Sanci April 24, 2013

The University of New Haven recently made the switch from Matrix to Banner Self Service for the fall registration process. Matrix was a nightmare; Banner seems to be a dream. Here are, in no particular...

Things I Wish I Did in College

Elizabeth Field January 30, 2013

This week I had my “last” first day of college. I think, for a lot of us seniors, this brings about many different emotions. I feel so blessed to have had such a wonderful experience at UNH, to have...

Dude, Where’s My Cart?

Isaak Kifle November 7, 2012

As a reminder, registration begins this week. Priority registration is Thursday, Nov. 8, senior registration is Friday, Nov. 9, junior registration is Monday, Nov. 12, sophomore registration is Wednesday,...

Opening Day 2012

Isaak Kifle August 29, 2012

As the summer season starts to enter its final stages, and the color changes of fall loom over the horizon, the University of New Haven began final preparations for Opening Day 2012. On Thursday,...

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