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#JUSTICEFORJAZZY: Words for Bystanders

#JUSTICEFORJAZZY: Words for Bystanders

Iyana Jones, Contributing Writer

November 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Imagine this scenario: You move into your dorm your freshman year of college. You are full of life, excited to make new friends, and ready to start your college experience. Then, you find out your roommate isn’t your biggest fan. No big deal, right? Until you discover she is rubbing used tampons on ...

Thank You, Theater Program

Thank You, Theater Program

Angela Tricarico, Staff Writer

November 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love theater. In any given situation requiring a fun fact, mine usually has to do with the amount of Broadway shows I’ve seen. I have a preference for musicals, but I always love a good play. I’m Ang, and I love theater. It’s just part of who I am. After see...

I wish I didn’t see the sign

Gabby Nowicki

September 17, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

I am sure the fellow University of New Haven community has heard over and over about the latest editions to the school, including the three million dollar renovation to the run down freshmen dorm, Bethel Hall, and a glamorous new residence hall accompanied with classrooms and a new dining all. ...

Compromise on the smoking ban

Gabby Nowicki

April 30, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Smoking is disgusting. I think it is one of the biggest turn offs and nothing good comes from it. This is just an opinion. Thousands of people still smoke whether they are aware of the harmful effects or not. On this campus alone, there are so many smokers. I’m shocked at how many of my friends smoke,...

A Letter to UNH, who is proposing a tobacco ban

The Charger Bulletin

April 30, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

By John Kelly, Contributing Writer Dear UNH, Wednesday morning, I woke up and began my normal morning routine. I climbed out of bed, dawned my bathrobe, made myself a cup of coffee and packed a lip. When I my read email, I noticed one of the thousands of emails UNH sent out regarded a potential ...

Better school security needed in light of recent tragedy

Kaitlin Mahar

April 30, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

The people in our country have many things that they believe should take precedence in the American legal system, whether it’s allowing gay couples to legally marry, providing healthcare to all U.S. citizens, or legalizing marijuana. While each of these issues should take some importance, there is...

Breasts: understanding a national taboo

Liana Teixeira

April 30, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

What’s the first thing that pops into your head when you think of breasts? A woman wearing a bikini on the beach? A porno clip? Maybe you picture a nude scene from a show like Game of Thrones. I bet in the five seconds it took you to create that mental image a woman breastfeeding didn’t even cross...

Hot Legs or a Hot Mess?

Liana Teixeira

September 11, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

They’re long, tan and gleaming in the sunlight—two practically perfect, cylindrical objects posed at a slanted angle. One may look in the background and spot a tropical paradise or a swimming pool. However, these are not the legs of a woman enjoying a relaxing day by the water, but rather two hotdogs...

Life Without a Plan(ner)

Samantha Mathewson

September 11, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Plan. Execute. Succeed. Three words my uncle told me after I graduated from high school. I thought about these words the other day, and I realized while how simple, yet exact they really are. Right now I am in the planning phase of my life. While I do believe I am in the processes of executing a plan I made for myself after deciding what ...

In Time

Samantha Mathewson

September 4, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Well it’s that time of year again where all of us arrive back on campus and the new comers embark on their first, and maybe most exciting or scariest, adventure to date. One thing we all have in common, regardless of what year we are, is we all realize summer is over. The funny thing about life...

Graduation is Coming

Elizabeth Field

May 8, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

It’s May already? I’m graduating in two weeks? How did time pass by so fast, especially in these last few months? For some of you, these next few weeks mark the end of your college experience and for others just the beginning. Working with Liana on these last 26 issues has been an absolute pleasure....

Until Next Time

Liana Teixeira

May 8, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Well, here it is…the last issue of the Charger Bulletin for the year. It’s an odd feeling to tell you the truth. No more editing, no more article lists, not spending my Sunday afternoons cooped up in the Office of Student Activities. Although this comes as a huge sigh of relief with finals approaching,...

Challenge Accepted

Samantha Mathewson

May 8, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

College is the time in your life when you finally get to make decisions for yourself, and one of the those decisions is what you plan on studying to later get a career in the field of your choice. When coming to the University of New Haven, I planned to study communications and photography so that...

Email Etiquette

Matt DiGiovanni

October 13, 2010


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

As the editor-in-chief of The Charger Bulletin, I receive a lot of emails every day, some from students, some from potential advertisers, and then a whole mess of press releases. I don’t mind the quantity really; it’s easy enough to sort through the riff raff. However, what drives me completely insane...

Did Someone Say Election?

Joann Wolwowicz

October 13, 2010


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

The 2010 Midterm Elections are just around the corner, and the news is always full of stories pertaining to that particular subject. These elections are scheduled to be held on November 2, 2010 for 37 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate. 34 of the seats are for six-year terms that will begin...

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