The Charger Bulletin

My Friend Died on Monday, and She Shouldn’t Have

My Friend Died on Monday, and She Shouldn't Have

Serena Piervincenzi, Contributing Writer

October 24, 2019

Usually when  I write, I try to come up with an intriguing opening, but this time I cannot think of one.  My friend died on Monday, and she shouldn't have.  When I met Anna, we were 13-years-old and in a treatment center for depression and behavioral issues. Forty of us were crammed in a bu...

University Assists Transitioning Veterans

Danielle R. Desjardins at the Veterans Support Center.

Wesley A. Mucik, Contributing Writer

April 9, 2019

The transition from the intensity of military service is a huge contrast to a sedentary classroom. The challenges are many. Most veterans trying to assimilate to an academic lifestyle are faced with the challenge of being a first-generation student. Most veteran students are older than their civilian pe...

Another way of feeling

Leah Myers

March 10, 2015

Sierra DeMulder, a slam poet, recited her writings on behalf of To Write Love On Her Arms in Lee 301 at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 7. TWLOHA found videos of DeMulder reading her poems and invited her to come to speak to campus. DeMulder started writing and has continued to write poems based on her...

Getting Started On Your Research Paper

The Charger Bulletin

October 6, 2010

By Joe Scollo, Marvin K. Peterson Library As the semester gets rolling along, I’m sure many of you are looking ahead to October and dreading the days when your first round of research papers are due.  With procrastination in full effect and the due date quickly approaching, the first step to successfully...

Beyonce in Brooklyn, helping substance abusers

Brittni DeHart

March 6, 2010

From The Associated Press The president of Brooklyn has declared Beyonce an official Brooklynite. Borough President Marty Markowitz said Beyonce is a Brooklynite by marriage and by moxie. Beyonce's husband, Jay-Z, is from Brooklyn. The superstar visited the New York City borough Friday for the...

NYC victim’s mom: EMTs were ‘inhuman’ not to help

Liz De La Torre

December 22, 2009

From The Associated Press NEW YORK – Two EMTs on a coffee break who failed to help a dying pregnant woman acted "to the best of their abilities," their lawyer said Tuesday, while the woman's mother condemned them as "inhuman." The EMTs, Jason Green and Melissa Jackson, were suspended without pay ...

Dear Members of the Class of 2012

Rebecca Johnson

August 27, 2008

Welcome! You have arrived and are officially a college student. The past year of applying to colleges, worrying about getting in, being happy when your acceptance letter came, graduating high school and saying goodbye to family and friends as you prepared to come to UNH is behind you.You are about t...

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