The Charger Bulletin

Letter to the Editor: Student Photos & Voices on Campus Issues: Mental Health, Careers, Commuters, and Community

Editorial Staff, Editorial Staff April 27, 2022

Dear Editor, As part of this semester’s PSYC 3330-01 Community Psychology class, we completed Participatory Action Research (PAR) Photovoice projects focusing on campus issues we identified as important...

Take the time to mind your mental health

Take the time to mind your mental health

Teresa Zangari, Contributing Writer April 12, 2022

Mental health issues have become a prevalent matter on college campuses across the country, affecting the academic success and performance of students. To many of these students, the surge in mental health...

Student on TikTok infront of laptop with MyCharger in browser.

Paying attention is is nearly impossible after a pandemic

Victoria Cagley, Contributing Writer March 29, 2022

The story is always the same. I sit down in class and make the effort to pay attention for maybe 10 minutes. I take a couple of notes, and, suddenly, I end up searching phone cases on Amazon while the...

Kanye West banned from Grammys, artists react

Antoinette Yen, Entertainment Editor March 29, 2022

The 64th Grammy Awards, officially known as the 2022 GRAMMYs Awards show, will be held on Sunday, April 3, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. According to a spokesperson for the controversial...

Two years late: Finally filing the prescription for Spring Break

Two years late: Finally filing the prescription for Spring Break

Isabelle Hajek, Opinions Editor March 11, 2022

Although Spring Break carries a prolific and less than savory connotation for college students across the country, it is a necessary component of the college experience–not because of the travel, parties...

How seasonal depression can affect you

Stephen Gangi, Contributing Writer October 26, 2021

Imagine the emotions and feelings that follow a summer day as you lay on the beach with a good book. Most people call this happiness. This experience relates to how each season is known to affect one’s...

CAPS and ARC are here for students

CAPS and ARC are here for students

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor September 14, 2021

If the university community has learned anything from the COVID-19 year, it is that mental health is just as serious of a concern as physical health. Even with fall and Thanksgiving breaks re-implemented...

Mary Lippa

The mind behind the notes of positivity posted across campus

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor March 30, 2021

Guests visiting the University of New Haven’s campus may be surprised to see sticky notes placed across buildings, light fixtures and furniture, but to many students, seeing these small messages of encouragement...

How have students’ academic lives been affected by university COVID adjustments?

How have students’ academic lives been affected by university COVID adjustments?

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor November 16, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of New Haven shifted to, approximately, a 30 percent remote learning format in order to “minimize any disruption of the academic calendar and student...

How the election is impacting mental health among students

How the election is impacting mental health among students

Kelly Adkins, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

As 2020 comes to an end in all of its glory, the U.S. Presidential election is just another additive to mental health struggles for the students on campus. According to a BioMed Central study on the...

“Robin’s Wish” review: bringing awareness to a degenerative disease

“Robin’s Wish” review: bringing awareness to a degenerative disease

Elisa D'Egidio, Contributing Writer September 28, 2020

It has been six years since the news broke of comedian Robin William’s death. In the newly released documentary, “Robin’s Wish,” viewers can take a look at William’s last months and his diagnosis...

Mental health in the wake of COVID-19

Mental health in the wake of COVID-19

Isabelle Hajek, Contributing Writer September 28, 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, discussions of physical health have taken precedence over mental health, and as National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month begins, this disparity is being noticed....

Students Voice Concerns Over Cuts in Counseling Center

Students Voice Concerns Over Cuts in Counseling Center

Corina Rodriguez, Managing Editor May 5, 2020

The university has furloughed employees from various departments across campus. One cut, in particular, has concerned students. During one of her sessions with the Counseling and Psychological Services...

Managing Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Managing Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer March 24, 2020

After news spread about the University of New Haven closing for the remainder of the spring semester, taking care of students’ mental health should be the university’s top priority during the coronavirus...

Mental Health Support on Campus

Mental Health Support on Campus

Beth Beaudry, Contributing Writer December 18, 2019

Mental illness is a growing issue across college campuses. More students are speaking about their mental health issues and are encouraging college campuses to provide more resources. An article in Forbes...

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