The Charger Bulletin

Controversy arises surrounding the first AP Black Studies course

Erin Smith, Politics Editor February 21, 2023

February is National Black History month, which honors African Americans throughout United States history and commemorates their struggles and triumphs. The first Advanced Placement (AP) class in Black...

American Flag and Pride Flag flying over Kayo Field, West Haven

Homosexuals: The newest plague infiltrating the Florida school system

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor February 22, 2022

The U.S. is infamous for the censorship of the public education system. From the removal of classical books from literature curriculums, to the way that a strictly Euro-centric rendition of “national...

NO. 25 Jovanna Hillman, Junior.

Recap of Charger Softball Trip to Florida

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer February 21, 2020

Though it may not feel like it in the Northeast, it is finally time to welcome spring sports as the New Haven softball team got their campaign underway down in Florida last weekend. The Chargers got to...

The Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar March 23, 2016

Positives + From the looks of everyone’s snapchats, tweets, and posts, we all had a blast this past week! + Especially Richard Rotella, who appeared to be delighted to be able to break out his colorful...

Translucent to Opaque

Dylan Rupptrecht September 17, 2014

Could society benefit from completely dismantling people’s emotional responses? Eradicating people’s swaying passions that lead to irreparable destruction? Such is the posing question in Phillip Noyce’s...

Lynn Holds On for 5-4 Decision in Chargers’ Florida Finale

Charger Athletics March 27, 2013

BOCA RATON, Fla. – The University of New Haven baseball team ended its six-game road trip through Florida with a 5-4 loss at Lynn University on Wednesday afternoon. Three Chargers had two-hit games against...

Florida’s First Female Quarterback

Elissa Sanci September 12, 2012

Erin DiMeglio is unlike any girl in Florida. When she’s not at home doing chores, at school in class or babysitting, she is playing football as the only female quarterback on an all-male football team...

World’s Largest Satellite Launched by U.S.A.

Sara J Dufort December 1, 2010

There is always that one person that you hear about on the news or from a friend – the person who is skeptical of the United States government and believes that it is watching their every move....

Mourners anxiously await capture of girl’s killer

Liz De La Torre October 24, 2009

From The Associated Press ORANGE PARK, Fla. – Dozens of parents, their young children in tow, have filed past the mountainous makeshift memorial that has sprouted up in memory of a 7-year-old girl...

Sheriff: Clothes, birthmark ID Fla. girl’s body

Liz De La Torre October 22, 2009

From The Associated Press ORANGE PARK, Fla. – Authorities believe a body found under trash in a landfill is that of 7-year-old Somer Thompson, a north Florida girl who vanished on her walk home from...

Doctor: Burned Fla. teen ‘not out of woods yet’

Liz De La Torre October 14, 2009

From The Associated Press MIAMI – A 15-year-old doused with rubbing alcohol and set on fire after he turned in another teen for trying to steal his father's bicycle is at extremely high risk for organ...

Police: Fla. man kills fiancee on eve of wedding

Liz De La Torre October 10, 2009

From The Associated Press WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. – A man who thought there was an intruder in his house shot and killed his fiancee the day before they were to be married, police said Friday. "Right...

Florida Authorities Look Towards Mother for Missing Girl

Heather Brown September 4, 2008

ORLANDO--Casey Anthony, 22, was arrested last week after reporting to Orlando, Florida authorities that her two-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony, had been missing since June 9. She has been charged...

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