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

The Associated Press

April 1, 2010

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

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...

Controversy Ignites Sparks as Housing Policy Changes

Zack Rosen

January 28, 2010

Room selection is experiencing a huge change at the University of New Haven. In order to keep with UNH’s educational philosophy of students moving to a more independent living environment throughout their tenure at university, room selection will be reversed starting this coming year. Instead of the...

Oh, Hey! You’re an Idiot.

Zack Rosen

January 28, 2010

So…housing. I see both sides, and I fully understand both. But this editorial isn’t about which is the better decision. It’s about which is the “beter” decision. Let me explain in this week’s episode of… Learn To Be a Freakin’ Educated Adult, by Zack Rosen The word “better”...

Whining Students: The Real Culprits

Erin Ennis

January 28, 2010

Let’s talk about housing…or actually, let’s not. While I think the housing thing is a HUGE concern on this campus, and something that’s incredibly important, I’m sick of hearing about it. So I’m taking a break. Flip to another page of the paper to hear about it! But…I guess what I...

Oh No! What Do You Mean There’s Going to be Change?

Matt DiGiovanni

January 28, 2010

As many of you know, the university recently released its plans to revamp the housing system, and much like with the Pay-to-Print program, the student body reacted with anger. The complaints range from "too many students and now we're suffering" to my personal favorite: "I pay $40,000 a year and this...

The Drama of Housing

Jonathan Starkes

January 28, 2010

It is 7:30 am in Danbury, Ct.  A large group of students has congregated in front of a dilapidated Residence Inn. A coach bus pulls up in front of the hotel, and the students quickly file in, eager to reach their destination. And where might that be? No, it’s not a field trip. Nor is it an away game....

A Housing Concern…or Two

The Charger Bulletin

January 28, 2010

By Colleen Kerrigan Contributing Writer This post concerns the housing issue occurring right now. I am sure I am not the first expressing my anger with this ridiculous decision. I am junior student living in Sheffield Hall this academic year. During last year’s housing lottery, my roommates and...

Neutrality: Don’t Attack Me for It

The Charger Bulletin

January 28, 2010

By Billy Fogarty Alumnus, Class of 2009 I still vividly remember logging into Facebook and seeing my friend Jess’s status: “Oh my. University can no longer promise housing for upperclassmen? Cue uproar.” I was mildly surprised with how quiet Facebook stayed for a few days. Then, a Facebook...

UNH’s Housing Crisis

Rebecca Johnson

May 15, 2008

Dear Students:I hope that you have had the opportunity to read President Kaplan's article in last week's Charger Bulletin. The article outlines the enormous progress made over the last few years at the University and why it is important for enrollment to grow as growth will benefit the student body i...

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