The Charger Bulletin

This Isn’t a Goodbye

Elissa Sanci

April 27, 2016

The first time I stepped onto the University of New Haven’s campus, I walked over to the closest newspaper distributor stand and took a copy of The Charger Bulletin. I hadn’t gotten my acceptance to the university yet, but leafing through the pages, smudging newspaper print onto my hands, I turned...

The last step

Elissa Sanci

May 6, 2015

One of the very first things I did when I walked on to this campus nearly four years ago was ask how I could be part of The Charger Bulletin. I was very involved with my high school newspaper, and I’ve always known that after college, I wanted to pursue a career in journalism. I remember my first...

Living life as a Gilmore

Samantha Mathewson

May 7, 2014

For the better part of my teenage years, or at least once I was aware that such an amazing TV series existed, I followed Gilmore Girls. Not out of rebellion towards my father because he hated the morals of the show, but because I simply could not get enough of the humorous anecdotes of the mother daughter...

(((525,600 Minutes)^1.1052431852) + 0.001) Minutes at UNH

Zack Rosen

May 5, 2010

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. This is the 104th issue that I have written in and worked on for The Charger Bulletin. My, how time flies by! Throughout the past four years, I have written about all sorts of things – both positive and negative. I’ve talked about everything from Joe Lieberman and Barack...

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