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Poverty Does not Discriminate

Poverty Does not Discriminate

Mitsouki Garvey-Sanchez, Opinions Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

When you hear the word poverty, many things may go through your mind: rundown neighborhoods, poor people, homelessness, high crime rates and more. Poverty is more than just that. In the state of Connecticut, poverty is a significant issue. As of 2017 there were 3,387 people experiencing homelessness and over 700 were children. 95 people with m...

Connecticut Voted 5th Worst State for Road Rage

Connecticut Voted 5th Worst State for Road Rage

Victoria Cagley, Contributing Writer

October 2, 2018


Filed under Travel

Connecticut has ranked fifth out of a list of 32 states with the worst road rage, according to Auto Insurance Center. In a recent data analysis on fatal injuries caused by motor vehicle crashes, Auto Insurance Center reported that a significant portion of those fatal crashes happened because of road rage. However,...

10 Spooky Things to Do on a Budget

10 Spooky Things to Do on a Budget

Quiana Criales, Contributing Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle, Student Life

Let’s face it, the whole month of October is used to celebrate Halloween. Are you on a low budget and feel like you cannot fully enjoy the holiday? With overpriced haunted houses and hayrides, how are college students supposed to enjoy Halloween? Over this much needed fall break, consider some of th...

School Segregation is Alive and Well in Hartford, Conn.

Kaitlin Mahar

March 23, 2016


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

From the United States Supreme Court case of Brown v. the Board of Education in 1954 to the Connecticut State Supreme Court case of Sheff v. O’Neill in 1989, segregation in public schools has been a hot-button issue in American public school systems, and public school systems of the state of Connecticut...

Making the Most of MakeHaven

Alyssa MacKinnon

November 18, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

MakeHaven is an amazing space on State Steet in downtown New Haven. They proudly declare that, “It’s a gathering place and workshop for makers, creators, tinkerers and dreamers.” The varied but close-knit group work promotes an environment that supports the development of and collaboration on a...

Professional Women’s Ice Hockey is Coming to Connecticut

Angela Tricarico

October 14, 2015


Filed under Sports

It seems women’s ice hockey gets lost in the hype of men’s ice hockey, as do most women’s sports, but the USA’s Women’s National Ice Hockey Team is actually an extremely successful team. They’ve placed first in two of the last three world championships, and won medals in the past four Olympic...

Queen Moo’s DIY Debut Album

Michael Quick

September 2, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Local Connecticut band’s first full-length album will stay on repeat ‘till the cows come home One of the many things that I’ve come to appreciate since coming to college is the local music scene. I grew up in one of the more rural areas of New Jersey, so the local music scene back there is e...

Local Gigs of the Week

Ashley Winward

April 22, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Toad’s Place April 24: Twiddle with Relative Souls and Tyrone Shoelaces April 26: Richard Thompson The Space April 23: The Color Morale with Vanna and Alive Like Me April 24: Speedy Ortiz with Mitski, Krill and Blessed State April 25: Signal the Escape with Moving Brooklyn, Five Stories Falling and Cali...

Local gigs of the week

Ashley Winward

March 11, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Toad’s Place March 13: Dipset Reunion Tour with 6 Figgaz, DJs Funkmaster Flex and Big Mike March 14: Hollywood Undead with From Ashes to New March 15: Sage Francis/ Ceschi with Metermaids, Pat the Bunny and Brook Pridemore The Space March 13: Anchors Away with Caliway, Our Walking Deception, Novelty, Salit...

UNH professor impacts education in Conn.

Miriam Correia

October 22, 2014


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

The University of New Haven’s Nancy Niemi has been appointed to Connecticut’s Commissioner of Education’s Network for Transforming Education Grant Team. Recently, Connecticut has been awarded quite a few grants, including a grant to transform school climate, the Project Prevent Grant, which is pro...

Photo of the Week

The Charger Bulletin

April 30, 2014


Filed under Features

“Winter Wonderland”   By: Kara Zavaglio, junior   Taken on the Freedom Trail, 2014   Location: Trumbull, Conn.      ...

On Cue

Ashley Winward

May 8, 2013


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Spring Weekend started off with high expectations after another successful spring concert. While the crowd was fairly divided between Hot Chelle Rae and Meek Mill fans, both sides were pretty unanimous in one aspect. “Who’s the third performer again?” some students questioned when waiting on line to get into the show. Connecticut native OnCue surel...

Soupstock Music & Arts Festival

Shannon Livewell

May 8, 2013


Filed under Entertainment, Music

One thing I have always loved about the summer months are the amazing outdoor festivals, concerts and fairs that result from the warm weather. Depending on where you live, there are many different things to do and see. My hometown is famous for its summer carnivals. As soon as you see the Ferris wheel...

Retired Supreme Court Justice to Speak about Veterans and PTSD

The Charger Bulletin

February 20, 2013


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

By Karen Grava Director of Media Relations Retired Justice Barry Schaller of the Connecticut Supreme Court, author of a new book about veterans and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), will speak on campus on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 11 a.m. The talk will take place in the Alumni Lounge in Bartels...

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