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New Bill Would Allow Part-Time Students In USGA

New Bill Would Allow Part-Time Students In USGA

Kiara Greene, Contributing Writer

October 3, 2018


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

On Friday, Sept. 21, Eric Moore, a sophomore senator for the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA), proposed a change to the USGA constitution. The proposed changes concerned regulations for students running for positions in USGA. Currently, senators, executive board members and house members, ...

Why Do Students Withdraw?

Why Do Students Withdraw?

Nicole Manall, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018


Filed under University of New Haven

According to CollegeAtlas.org, in 2014 70 percent of Americans will study at a 4-year college, but less than two-thirds will graduate with a degree. This statistic hits close to home, since the University of New Haven sees a multitude of students drop out for various reasons. When students withdraw from...

College Night Draws Students Downtown with Discounts

College Night Draws Students Downtown with Discounts

Kiana Quinonez, Managing Editor

September 25, 2018


Filed under University of New Haven

Yale University Properties held College Night on Thursday (Sept. 20). Various stores offered students free samples of food, games to win prizes, and discounts through the weekend. Live music, featuring University of New Haven students,  was in the center of it all. University students from the Greater New Hav...

#SaveStudentNewsrooms Takes the Country by Storm

#SaveStudentNewsrooms Takes the Country by Storm

Corina Rodriguez, Contributing Writer

April 24, 2018


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

The #SaveStudentNewsrooms campaign is calling on student journalists to help raise awareness on the importance of independent college newsrooms. When news broke that the independent Daily Campus will re-affiliate with Southern Methodist University, Melissa Gomez, editor-in-chief of The Independent F...

TERROR IN THE TRI STATE

TERROR IN THE TRI STATE

The Charger Bulletin

September 19, 2016


Filed under Campus News and Events

There were several terror scares this past weekend from explosions in the New York and New Jersey areas. The first blast took place in Seaside Park, New Jersey, right before a charity bike race was about to start. Fortunately, the race was delayed and no one was injured. On Saturday evening, an explosion...

UNH Grants a Wish

Riley Knebes

April 27, 2016


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

Connor O’Neill isn’t your average 11-year-old. Doctor’s appointments, check-ups, and various types of therapy are a regular part of his life due to a life threatening condition called 22q. Connor’s condition is caused by a missing 22nd chromosome. Health issues including heart, kidney, and stomach...

UNH Launches Charger Challenge

Riley Knebes

April 27, 2016


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

On Monday, April 18th, the University of New Haven launched its $100 million fundraising campaign, the Charger Challenge. This campaign will end in 2020 to top off the University’s 100-year anniversary. The goal of $100 million was first approved in 2012 by the UNH Board of Governors. UNH has reached...

UNH Holds Campus Wide Meeting

Riley Knebes

September 23, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

On Sept. 16, the University of New Haven held a campus-wide meeting in Bucknall Hall for the University’s staff members. The purpose of the meeting was to enlightened them on various topics concerning the students, staff, and overall status of the University. Among the topics discussed were diversity...

The Ongoing Battle Against Tobacco

Samantha Reposa

September 23, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

The United States General Surgeon, Dr. Vivek Murthy, made an appearance Thursday morning at Gateway Community College in New Haven to discuss the progress of the city’s smoke free initiative. Dr. Murthy referred to the use of tobacco products as a disease. He talked about how his father, a doctor, used to smoke despite his knowledge of ...

Disable the Label

Samantha Higgins

April 8, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

Do you enjoy being a part of something bigger than yourself? Did you participate in Up Til Dawn or another major event geared towards raising awareness and spreading knowledge to an entire community through fun events and fundraising? Well, here’s your opportunity to get involved again! April 14...

No cash, more gum: Jay Krugman shares his story of success with the UNH campus

The Charger Bulletin

March 23, 2015


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

By Emma O'Dell eodel1@unh.newhaven.edu  “The music business has never been more vital, and the record business more dead.” – Jay Krugman Music producer Jay Krugman steps onto the campus of University of New Haven to tell the music industry students the story of his life Monday, March 9. Ja...

Do you understand what you read?

The Charger Bulletin

November 19, 2014


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

By Leah Myers Contributing Writer lmyer1@unh.newhaven.edu Reading is either a pleasure or struggle, depending on who you talk to, and is time-consuming yet vital for college careers, so why not read better and faster? Iris Reading was founded in 2005 by Paul Nowak and is mainly based in Chicago. Iris...

UNH Marching Band Attends New Haven Court House Ceremony

Francesca Fontanez

November 7, 2014


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

The University of New Haven’s marching band made an appearance at the Richard C. Lee Court House on Oct. 30. An event was held to celebrate the 225th Anniversary of the District, as well as the 100th Anniversary of the Richard C. Lee Courthouse. The band played not only selections from their field...

Want to read all about it online? It may cost you

Joshua Van Hoesen

September 20, 2009


Filed under Science

From The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO - With their advertising revenue drying up, newspaper publishers spent much of the spring and summer debating whether to cut off free online access to some of the material they run in their shrinking print editions. It looks like the talk will turn to...

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