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International Students Come Together to Ease Transition

International Students Come Together to Ease Transition

Nawaf Abdulaziz Alasaidan, Contributing Writer

December 17, 2019

When I first came to the University of New Haven, I thought it would be easy. However, it was hard because I couldn’t find anyone to help me with things like adjusting to classes or help even with something as simple as where to eat lunch. No one was there to help me get comfortable with new places....

ISA Hosts “International Night”

ISA Hosts

Katrina Stolar, Contributing Writer

February 13, 2019

On Saturday, Feb. 2, the International Pathways Program, in conjunction with the International Student’s Association (ISA), hosted “International Night” in Bartels Alumni Lounge. The event had a selfie station, streamers, balloons, and served beverages, subs, chips, and ice cream. Music from aroun...

Professor Finds a New Home With GIS

Professor Finds a New Home With GIS

Lindsey Scalabrino, Contributing Writer

September 12, 2018

Michele Vittorio has journeyed quite a bit in his time, but has recently settled into the Charger community, bringing with him an expansive knowledge of geographic information systems or GIS.   “I spent most of my working career abroad. I was in North Africa, Norway, and my last place was Saudi Ara...

Men’s basketball star Danny Upchurch signs pro contract overseas

Chris DiGeronimo, Staff Writer

August 30, 2018

On Monday August 20th it was announced via Twitter that former  New Haven men’s basketball star Danny Upchurch has signed a contract to play professionally in the country of Georgia. Upchurch will play for Georgian Super League team BC Titebi. Last season, Upchurch averaged 18.8 points an...

Organization Spotlight

The Charger Bulletin

September 19, 2012

Honors Student Council  Honors Student Council is an organization on campus that allows Honors students to interact with one another outside of the classroom. The mission of the Honors Student Council is to actively engage members and the entire UNH and greater New Haven community through campus a...

New Challenges, Opportunities as UNH’s International Student Population Grows

Brandon T. Bisceglia

February 8, 2012

It took Fahad Almutairi 16 months to learn English well enough before he was ready to go to college in the United States. Almutairi, a 20-year- old native of Saudi Arabia, wanted to earn a bachelor’s degree in fire protection engineering. He looked at several colleges in the U.S. that offered the program, including the University of Maryland. He chose UNH, he said, because it was the best. "Fire protection...

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