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Students will be consulted to create “the library of the future”

Students will be consulted to create “the library of the future”

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor November 9, 2021

Nearly two years ago, during the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) meeting on Nov. 15, 2019, university President Steven Kaplan attended as a guest. At this meeting, Eric Moore, a now-class...

View of the Café inside the Marvin K. Peterson Library.

Time for Some Library Tender Love and Care

Mia Steadman, Contributing Writer February 22, 2020

The Marvin K. Peterson Library is a hub of productivity where commuters go to squat between classes and where the café runs out of strawberry acai refreshers too quickly. It is possibly the only place...

Library Closes Due to Exhaust Gas

Library Closes Due to Exhaust Gas

Karina Krul, Ediotr-In-Chief December 5, 2018

At 7:40 a.m. Wednesday, students received a message that the Marvin K. Peterson Library was closed because of mechanical issues. According to Lou Annino, associate vice president of facilities, the...

Center for Learning Resources Director Steps Down After Nine Years

Center for Learning Resources Director Steps Down After Nine Years

Corina Rodriguez, Staff Writer February 27, 2018

After nine years at the Center for Learning Resources, the director is stepping down. Debbie Malewicki will leave to begin working for an educational startup.   “I am going to tremendously miss...

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar September 16, 2015

Positives + Due to the third degree burns suffered after the publication of last week’s issue, it is my pleasure to report that Richard Rotella was not on campus as often as he has been in the...

Library resources

Samantha Higgins April 29, 2015

All of us know about going to the library to print our papers for classes or work with study groups before a big exam. Some students take advantage of additional services, like the CLR tutoring or...

Trying to make the grass greener on the other side?

Kayla Katt September 24, 2014

While walking to class, I don’t appreciate getting wet from the sprinklers. I also dislike having to dodge the giant puddles in the walkways that the sprinklers make. Sprinklers should be used to water...

New Year’s Resolution: Use the Library!

The Charger Bulletin January 30, 2013

By DIANE SPINATO UNH LIBRARIAN Happy New Year! For many people, perhaps you, that means a time to get out of a comfort zone and try something new; something that might help you become a better person...

A Message from the Library

The Charger Bulletin November 28, 2012

Correction to the article “The Top 10 Misconceptions about Libraries and Librarians” Dear University Community, While the commonly held belief is that you don’t need libraries or librarians,...

A Message from the Library

The Charger Bulletin November 15, 2012

By UNH Library Dear University Community, While the commonly held belief is that you don’t need libraries or librarians, since everything is available for free online, this is not the reality of...

Where Can I Find Information in the Area of…

The Charger Bulletin November 7, 2012

By JOE SCOLLO As you get deeper into the semester, research assignments, projects and/or tests will soon consume your lives. However, if you know where to find the information or research you need,...

Charger Poll

The Charger Bulletin October 17, 2012

How do you feel about the new 24/7 library hours?  

24-Hour Library on the Horizon

Isaak Kifle September 19, 2012

Overlooking the Maxcy quad is the Marvin K. Peterson Library, the library of the University of New Haven. Named after a former president of the university, the library not only serves as an ideal place...

This Day in UNH History

Ana Abraham September 19, 2012

September 11, 2001. On this tragic day in American history, the University of New Haven rallied together as a community and as a family. Students and faculty gathered in the Bixler/Botwinick quad after...

Got a Question? Need Information? The Library Can Help.

The Charger Bulletin November 9, 2011

I don’t know about you, but I’m a curious person. When I hear or see something that interests me, I start asking questions. My questions usually fall into four categories: how something works, how...

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