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Kappa Kappa Psi Talks About Abuse

Kappa Kappa Psi Talks About Abuse

Everett Bishop, Student Life Article

November 7, 2018

Dating can be terrifying. Examining three-word text messages, the use of a period, and deciding when to define your relationship can be stressful. But what do you do when you aren’t even safe with your partner? Nearly a quarter of U.S. college students have reported some type of intimate partner violence. So what exactly do we need to lo...

Victimology Club Hosts “Faces of Domestic Violence”

Victimology Club Hosts

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor

February 6, 2018

The university Victimology Club hosted “The Faces of Domestic Violence.” This was the club’s first year hosting the event, said club vice president, Kaitlyn Spear, junior criminal justice major. “We chose to host the event to spread awareness for domestic violence and to educate the student b...

This is Why We Stay

The Charger Bulletin

October 28, 2015

By ANONYMOUS Contributing Writer [email protected] This is why we stay. We stay for the financial stability. We stay because our abusers have prevented us from getting jobs, and we rely on them financially. We stay because if and when we leave, we lose everything except for the clothes...

The 57th Grammy Awards

Glenn Rohrbacker

February 18, 2015

This year celebrated the 57annual Grammy Awards on CBS. Otherwise known as “Music’s Biggest Night,” this event has shown recognition for excellence in all areas of the music performance industry, as well as showcasing such excellence at the ceremony. This year the Grammy’s were held at the Staples...

Stacey Lannert: “No Matter Where You Are, You Can Be at Peace”

Ana Abraham

October 26, 2011

If you were in Dodd’s Theater on the night of October 20, you never would have guessed that the woman who was up on stage cracking jokes was the victim of some of the worst circumstances imaginable. As Stacey Ann Lannert told her story, the small audience of UNH students listened with rapt atte...

Homicide in West Haven?

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010

By Mark Roseman PH D.  - Department of Communications I remember the effect that Kitty Genovese, the young woman murdered in front of hundreds at her New York City apartment building in the early 1960’s had on me and my suburban Connecticut classmates. It was shocking to us that an individual could...

In 911 call, woman says Sheen threatened her

Liz De La Torre

December 28, 2009

From The Associated Press ASPEN, Colo. – A woman who identified herself as the wife of actor Charlie Sheen said in a 911 call to Aspen police that Sheen threatened her with a knife. Police released the audio of the call on Monday, three days after Sheen was arrested on suspicion of menacing,...

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