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Ceiling Repairs Continue in Savin Apartment

Ceiling Repairs Continue in Savin Apartment

Kiana Quinonez, Managing Editor

November 6, 2018


Filed under This Week's Top Stories

A potential mold outbreak, a falling ceiling, and concerned students greeted the residents of Apartment 31 in Savin Court Townhouses. The students said they were facing a unique situation, and an unresponsive facilities team. “It took facilities about 3 1/2 weeks to come and look at my ceiling...

Parks View Offers New Off-Campus Housing

Parks View Offers New Off-Campus Housing

Hailey Eisman, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2018


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories

Courtesy of George Synodi This year there has been a rise in  construction on campus in areas such as the parking lot near the German Club and the Kaplan parking lot. Although the construction on campus is for new academic buildings, there is a new residence hall currently in the works: Parks View. Park...

The Cost of Living Off-Campus

The Cost of Living Off-Campus

Karina Krul, Kiana Quinonez, The Charger Bulletin

September 11, 2018


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories

As the semester kicked off, commuter students received an email from Dean Rebecca Johnson, and chief of police, Tracey Mooney. The email, which contains an Off Campus Living Guide, reminds commuter students, “how to be a good neighbor,” according to the email. The guide is 8 pages long and contains infor...

Charger Poll

Alessia Bicknese

April 6, 2016


Filed under Features

In light of the absolute chaos of housing, I asked my followers when they think they’ll be moving out of their parent’s house! Technically, if you live on campus, you’re already living on your own. But I’m talking about full on, moving out, on your own, finding a house or apartment all by yourself....

New Haven, Conn.: The Epicenter of Connecticut’s Housing Mafia?

Kaitlin Mahar

March 30, 2016


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Earlier this month, the New Haven Independent published Aliyya Swaby’s article “Affordable Housing Elusive in Boom,” detailing New Haven, Connecticut residents’ desperate need to find a balance between affordable housing and proper living conditions. While the city is attempting to clean itself...

Housing Selection Has Begun

Ben Atwater

March 23, 2016


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

In all the frenzy of midterms and clubs, there is another process that rocks the entire school during this semester: the housing selection process. The University holds over 4,000 undergraduates, and over half of those students live in a University sponsored residence hall. With so many students,...

Main Street Condo Fire Displaces Students

Paul carbonella

November 11, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

On Saturday Oct. 17, the Main Street Condominiums complex erupted with panic as black smoke poured from one apartment. The apartment, which housed four unnamed undergraduates, sustained smoke damage throughout its interior and “substantial” fire damage in its kitchen according to Fire Marshall Keith...

Gender Neutral Housing Approved

Elissa Sanci

February 11, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, Top Stories, University of New Haven

Amber Crow had just laid down for a nap Feb. 5 when her phone went off across the room. Annoyed, she pulled herself out of bed, figuring the email could have been important. That’s when she received the news that gender neutral housing had been approved at the University of New Haven for the 2015-2016 scho...

Expanding UNH’s college atmosphere

Samantha Mathewson

October 29, 2014


Filed under Campus News and Events, This Week's Top Stories, University of New Haven

David Beckerman recently purchased the previously owned Carroll Furniture building located on Boston Post Rd, across the street from the University of New Haven, creating a convenient off-campus housing option for students in the future. “It is our goal to continue to support and build a colleg...

Housing or Homeless?

The Charger Bulletin

April 10, 2013


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

By Anonymous LETTER TO THE EDITOR In the month of March, sophomores, juniors and seniors are in chaos. One would think what is stressing us out are midterms, projects, and papers due. However, what one does not know is that determining where each of us will be living next year is causing this commotion....

Housing: Part 2

Matt DiGiovanni

April 4, 2012


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

I received an email response to my first housing editorial requesting more information on my experience with moving off campus and the search for housing, so I’ll do my best to answer some of the questions that were brought up there! In my experience with searching for off campus housing, I found ...

Social Media Misuse

Matt DiGiovanni

March 28, 2012


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

At the end of last week, it was brought to my attention that an anonymous message had been sent out on Facebook to a potential member of the class of 2016 including the following excerpts: "1. Your junior and senior year, you will not get university housing. You will be expected to find an apartment...

UNH Memes

Matt DiGiovanni

February 22, 2012


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

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...

Government to Give $600M in Housing Aid to 5 States

The Associated Press

April 1, 2010


Filed under Global News

The Obama administration on Monday announced $600 million in financial support for five more states with high unemployment that have been slammed by the housing bust. Ohio got the largest share of funding, at $172 million, followed by North Carolina at $159 million and South Carolina at $138 mill...

Second Class Seniors

Stephen Acevedo

February 3, 2010


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

SENIORS DESERVE SENORITY! SENIORS DESERVE SENIORITY! This is my take on the whole rooming situation for next school semester. For those unaware, allow me to explain my loud introduction. Over this past winter break the University of New Haven sent out letters to all UNH students stating that as of...

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