The Charger Bulletin

Born Into Poverty and Obesity

Elissa Sanci

March 23, 2016

Money controls so many aspects of our lives—including our health. I’ve never given much thought to the existing correlation between poverty and obesity, but it’s there and it’s huge (pun intended). Between 2003 and 2007, obesity rates increased by 10 percent for low-income children; children fro...

10 Things College Students Don’t Want to Hear Over the Holidays

Alessia Bicknese

December 9, 2015

When we go home for the holidays, we are going home for three main reasons: real food, our beds, and our pets (and our parents of course – hi mom). As excited as we are to come home, we are all dreading being questioned about school related issues while trying to inhale our Christmas dinner. In light...

Four Things Only Sisters with a Four-Year Age Gap Know to be True

Kaitlin Mahar

October 14, 2015

1. Going to school is a huge problem Not necessarily intelligence-wise, even if your older sister is a complete idiot or your younger sister would prefer to work as a street artist in Brooklyn instead of go to college, but just think about this: after your parents are done paying $50k a year for ...

Ask Melanie

The Charger Bulletin

October 22, 2014

Email [email protected], find her on Facebook at UNH Ask Melanie, or follow her Twitter @unhaskmelanie. Identities will always remain confidential! Dear Melanie, I am a gay male and my parents are very religious. I found out I was gay when I was about 16. I feel like I am living a lie beca...

Rev Run Shares Wisdom on Hip Hop, Family, and Leadership

Ashley Winward

November 20, 2013

Students filled Dodd’s Theater Tuesday, Nov. 12, for what might have been the most anticipated event this semester yet. Individuals from all over campus poured into seats with the hopes of embracing some knowledge and wisdom from one of the most legendary players in Hip-Hop history, Joseph “Rev Run”...

UNH Center for Family Business Hosts Workshop on Resiliency

The Charger Bulletin

November 7, 2012

UNH News Release ORANGE, Conn. – Sometimes the difference between business success and business failure is resiliency. When Hurricane Sandy blew in, resiliency is what kept businesses focused even when the power was out, the sales floor was covered in mud and there was a tree blocking the dri...

Hudson Family Murder Trial Starts in Earnest

The Associated Press

April 25, 2012

CHICAGO (AP) — A gift of balloons. That, prosecutors contend, is what sent singer Jennifer Hudson's then brother-in-law into such a jealous rage that he shot dead her mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew in a horrific act of vindictiveness in the home where the Hollywood star grew up. A prosecuto...

Duggar brood keeps growing with No. 19 on the way

Liz De La Torre

September 2, 2009

From The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – No. 19 caught Michelle Duggar by surprise. The 42-year-old mom of 18 noticed that she wasn't losing weight — even though she and husband Jim Bob were on Weight Watchers — and her youngest child, 8-month-old Jordyn-Grace, was fussing while nursin...

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