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Crisis Explores a Century of Oppression

Paul carbonella

December 9, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

When playgoers filled Bucknall Theater the weekend of Dec.3, they had no idea they were being sent to a different era. The University of New Haven Theater Program’s Crisis: A Performance about Race in America 1915-2015 explores the disturbing history of African-American oppression and exploitation ...

Transforming Hate

Karina Krul

December 9, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

On Thursday Dec. 3, “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate” opened at the Seton Art Gallery. “Speaking Volumes” is a seven-year old exhibition that traveled to the University of New Haven from Iowa, and began even farther away, in Montana. Artists were given the opportunity to respond to...

Commuter crisis

Courtney Brooks

February 18, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Monday morning, we were hit with our third snowstorm in three weeks, leaving the roads slick with ice once again.  However, to the surprise of many UNH students, campus wasn’t closed and classes weren’t canceled.  We had a delayed opening and an early closure, but if you were the unlucky ones who...

Anthem Lights Doesn’t Escape from Music

Elyse Von Der Fecht

November 12, 2014


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Anthem Lights recently celebrated an album release and singer Joey Stamper’s twenty-fourth birthday. The band is a four-piece American Christian pop/rock band from Nashville, Tenn. Members include Alan Powell, Caleb Grimm, Chad Graham and Stamper. They were streaming live for everyone to see...

Bankers Agree to New Rules to Prevent Further Financial Crisis

Tom Chieppo

September 22, 2010


Filed under Global News, Politics

Banks are significantly trying to increase the capital reserves under rules endorsed on Sunday by the World Major Central Banks to prevent another financial crisis, without impeding the economy in Basel, Switzerland.  The Banks are forced to keep more capital, which will restrict the amount of loans...

UNH’s Housing Crisis

Rebecca Johnson

May 15, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events

Dear Students:I hope that you have had the opportunity to read President Kaplan's article in last week's Charger Bulletin. The article outlines the enormous progress made over the last few years at the University and why it is important for enrollment to grow as growth will benefit the student body i...

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