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Four Years Flies By

Samantha Mathewson August 27, 2014

The saying “Time Flies” always sounds cliché when your parents or grandparents say it, once nagging but now insightful, words of wisdom.   However, when you are a college senior about...

5 Tips I Wish I Had Gotten as a Freshman

Elissa Sanci August 27, 2014

It’s hard to believe that this year marks my third here at the University of New Haven. I still remember how I felt as I helped my mom unpack my bags, staring at the campus that would become home to...

No More Mr. Nice Guy

Kaitlin Mahar August 27, 2014

It is no small secret that a common complaint from guys regarding the dating pool is that girls are never interested in “nice guys,” especially in comparison to “bad boys.” The “nice guys finish...

A bittersweet end to my college career

Liana Teixeira May 7, 2014

When I entered the Rec Center four years ago for the annual club fair, I had no idea where my life at the University of New Haven would lead. I walked around each RSO’s table for what seemed like...

Living life as a Gilmore

Samantha Mathewson May 7, 2014

For the better part of my teenage years, or at least once I was aware that such an amazing TV series existed, I followed Gilmore Girls. Not out of rebellion towards my father because he hated the morals...

End of the Year

Elissa Sanci May 7, 2014

It’s the end of the year already? It’s hard to believe my sophomore year of college is coming to an end. Just yesterday it felt as though I was a freshman, writing my first article for The Charger...

I’m not a racist but….

The Charger Bulletin May 7, 2014

By Simone Quartey, Contributing Writer If there is one phrase that I would like to irradiate from existence it would be, “I’m not a racist but…” Why do you ask? Well, the answer is simple....

Compromise on the smoking ban

Gabby Nowicki April 30, 2014

Smoking is disgusting. I think it is one of the biggest turn offs and nothing good comes from it. This is just an opinion. Thousands of people still smoke whether they are aware of the harmful effects...

A Letter to UNH, who is proposing a tobacco ban

The Charger Bulletin April 30, 2014

By John Kelly, Contributing Writer Dear UNH, Wednesday morning, I woke up and began my normal morning routine. I climbed out of bed, dawned my bathrobe, made myself a cup of coffee and packed a lip....

Autism Speaks

Kaitlin Mahar April 23, 2014

Autism. At this point, nearly everyone knows what it is, or at least has heard about it. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported on March 28, 2014 that a staggering 1 in 68 children has...

How You Know You’re Not Handling the Perpetual Winter Well

Elissa Sanci April 23, 2014

We trudged through mountains of snow. We battled through icy winds and hail. We kept ourselves warm in the subzero temperatures, and we ventured into the Soundview wind tunnel despite our friends’ warnings....

Game of Grounds

The Charger Bulletin April 23, 2014

Starbucks takes the gold By: Gabriella Nowicki “I’ll take a venti shaken passion fruit tazo tea without the lemonade and sweetened please.” Ah, one of my favorite things to leave my mouth....

Women should not be judged by their looks

The Charger Bulletin April 16, 2014

By: Sarah Naji Alyasiri Contributing Writer Image is very powerful. It gives us conscious and unconscious impressions about any person. We may sometimes make quick judgments about the people from...

8 Reasons Why I Need Summer

Gabby Nowicki April 16, 2014

1. Adventures: I need the beach – day trips or week excursions. I need kayaking on the rivers and lakes that surround my house. I need fishing and swimming. I need hiking and getting lost in the woods,...

Bullying: Just Don’t Do It

Kayla Katt April 16, 2014

These days bullying doesn’t mean just getting in a fight at school or physically harming someone on purpose; bullying can be just calling someone a name or saying something about their outfit or their...

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