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Find a Community Through “UNH Memes”

Find a Community Through

Glenn Rohrbacker, Editor in Chief

September 12, 2017

A Facebook page titled “UNH Memes” has gained considerable traction online, mainly by posting memes about the University that have been shared with other students. The page was started by a University student who requested he remain anonymous, but said he genuinely loves memes. At first, he was still g...

No One Cares About Your Facebook Status

Kaitlin Mahar

October 28, 2015

Our society is based on updating useless information about our lives, like what we ate for lunch and where we shopped. But, nobody cares about that. It’s all infinitely pointless minutiae. When you go to a concert, how many people do you see taking photos and videos on their iPhones, when they could...

The five people you meet in (social media) Hell

Kaitlin Mahar

November 19, 2014

Everybody's familiar with that slight twinge of dread when they open up Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc., and see an update from the one person they don't want to see. You can't unfollow them, because they really are a nice person, or because they're your co-worker, or because blocking your mother...

UNH Confessions Fesses Up

Patricia Oprea

April 10, 2013

There has been a Facebook craze circulating UNH these past few weeks, a new creation to keep students as distracted in class as texting or sleeping does. UNH Confessions is a page created by a female student attending UNH. Here students are able to anonymously post opinions, desires, or rant about anything...

Letter to the Editor

The Charger Bulletin

October 24, 2012

By Stephen Spignesi Charger Bulletin's Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Field's editorial about severing ties with her Twitter account was funny and insightful and touched on something I've been concerned about for quite some time: the fact that people read books for pleasure and enlightenment much less fre...

Twitter and I are Never Ever Getting Back Together

Elizabeth Field

October 17, 2012

I, like nearly all of my peers, have a Twitter account. I don’t use it though. But believe me, I try! It’s not that I can’t understand the technology or interface. I just don’t understand the point. I originally created a Twitter account with the purpose to use it as I would any other...

U.S. Officals Launch New Strategy to Prevent Suicide

Kerri Zbodula

September 26, 2012

In Washington D.C., a new nationwide strategy to prevent suicide has been launched. Facebook, mobile apps, and other technologies will be used as part of a community-driven push to report concerns about suicidal individuals before it’s too late. Today, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death...

Facebook Buys Instagram

Cristal Reyes

April 18, 2012

Facebook and Instagram, two of the most popular websites in 2012, have recently merged into one. As of April 2012, multi-billion dollar corporate giant bought the picture sharing website Instagram for a whopping price tag of one billion dollars. The infamous Mark Zuckerberg posted the annou...

Being Respectful

Matt DiGiovanni

April 18, 2012

Last Wednesday (4/11) marked a sad time at UNH following the announcement of the untimely death of sophomore Stirling Danskin. The campus community immediately came together, and the outpouring of support for everyone who needed it was comforting to see. While I know many members of the UNH faculty a...

UNH Memes

Matt DiGiovanni

February 22, 2012

By now I’m sure at least most of the students at UNH (at least those with a Facebook account) have seen the UNH memes that have been floating around. I’m going to be honest, a lot of them are really funny (or at least a little funny), like the Philosoraptor questioning "why is it called the Univer...

ChargerConnection is not Facebook

Joann Wolwowicz

October 19, 2011

With ChargerConnection up and running, my doubts about the system have been erased. As with any new system, it takes a little bit to get it fully operational, but as the semester has continued, I see more and more I like about the system. As students asked for, the amount of emails you will be receiv...

Facebook Apps Create 182,000 Jobs

Isaak Kifle

September 28, 2011

In today’s economy, people are quick to take advantage of any opportunity made available to them to make money. Interestingly, one of the biggest opportunities lies in Facebook and its many applications. Many of the social networking site’s 750 million users utilize various applications which add new ...

The Socialite Network: UK’s Queen joins Facebook

The Associated Press

November 10, 2010

LONDON – Queen Elizabeth II is now on Facebook — but she's not going to be your friend. Britain's queen has launched a series of official pages offering the website's 500 million users daily updates on her engagements, the royal household said Sunday. The 84-year-old British monarch will be...

The Exclusive Network


October 6, 2010

If you are one of those people who doesn’t believe that Facebook has changed your life then you are either over 50 or a caveman without WiFi.  The Social Network is a movie that is very relevant to most viewers who will watch it.  Social relevancy is a quality that most movies lack today.  The creators...

Your Middle Name Won’t Get You a Job!

Erin Ennis

April 1, 2010

Happy April Fools Day! I hope everyone is enjoying a day full of jokes and pranks. I’m sure SCOPE Co-Chair Glenn Altshuler will do something to my office this week, so shout out to him! So in other news this week, I’m ready to bash on some people on Facebook! Surprisingly, amidst the bandwagons of mafia war playing, note writing, and formspring questions (don’...

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