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The Importance of an Original Court Case for your Research

The Charger Bulletin

April 17, 2013

By JOE SCOLLO MARVIN K. PETERSON LIBRARY As the semester is drawing down, we (the librarians at the library information desk) are getting a lot of questions from Criminal Justice and Forensic Science students regarding specific people, cases, and/or crimes. Many students are trying to find research...


The Charger Bulletin

April 3, 2013

By TJ DENBLEYKER, JEFFERY CHASE, AND MARISA GARCIA LETTER TO THE EDITOR The Bartels dining hall has seemed to have fallen under a bad rep, but it certainly was for good reason. Bartels’ problems range the whole spectrum, from the hours they remain open, the food quality and variety itself and even ...

An Opinion on Opinions

Elizabeth Field

February 20, 2013

The Charger Bulletin has been a hallmark of student life at UNH since our establishment in 1938. More recently, the Charger Bulletin has become more notorious for stirring up a little trouble and it’s almost always because of this very page. I feel like a broken tape repeating the same thing over...

“How Do I Write For Thee? Let Me Count the Ways…”

Liana Teixeira

February 20, 2013

Hello readers! I don’t know about you, but spring semester is flying by, and it’s a bit difficult to believe this is only the second editorial I have written since classes began. I’m not going to lie—I’m pretty rusty. And busy, for that matter (which is why I find myself writing my weekly editorial...

Me Against the Matrix

Liana Teixeira

November 14, 2012

It’s that time of year again—class registration. Choosing classes for next semester can be a very stressful process. Students need to meet with advisers and meticulously plan out their schedules to somehow handle five classes, clubs, sports and everything in between. It isn’t an easy process. And...

Liberals and Conservatives: Different Neurology

Ana Abraham

September 12, 2012

There has always been a serious polarization among Americans on the two ends of the political spectrum. Whether the issue being debated is marriage equality, health care, tax reforms or literally thousands of other issues, liberals and conservatives will generally have a different viewpoint. Recent...

Respect and Tolerance

Matt DiGiovanni

October 6, 2010

By now I’m sure you have all heard about Tyler Clementi, the 18-year-old Rutgers University freshman who committed suicide on September 22. For those of you who don’t know the details, Tyler asked his roommate, Dharun Ravi, for the room until midnight. While in his friend, Molly Wei’s room, Ravi...

Dear Weather, cut it out. Love, Joann

Joann Wolwowicz

October 6, 2010

Beautiful weather we’ve been having lately isn’t it? First it’s hot, muggy, and utterly disgusting. Then it decides that it’s going to pour as if it hasn’t rained in years. Now we’ve fallen into 50-60° weather and I need to start wearing my boots and a jacket. Will you make up your mind...

Where’s the Pause Button?

Joann Wolwowicz

September 22, 2010

Another week has come and gone, and September is already half way through. Where is the time going? Week by week time seems to go by so slow. My question always seems to be “Is it Friday yet?” But then you look back and wonder where on earth did the month go? Next thing you know, October will fly...

The Truth About Hazing on Campus

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010

By Anonymous The Greek community at the University of New Haven is a dynamic group of individuals who have all come together under Greek life for a multitude of different reasons. All organizations fall under the no-hazing tolerance policy of the university, due in part to the stereotypical nature...

The Olympics: A Solemn Event

Erin Ennis

February 17, 2010

On Friday I hunkered down in my living room with my boyfriend, roommates, and some of my best friends on campus to watch the Olympic opening ceremony.  The opening ceremony of the Olympic Games is probably my favorite part of the entire competition. I love watching the cultural displays of the host...

Saving Spanish for Students

Angela Eklund

February 17, 2010

A former secretary of Devonshire Elementary School has filed suit against Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district after being terminated for speaking Spanish to parents. Ana Mateo was hired as a bilingual secretary, a position designed to reach out to students and families that aren’t fluent in English....

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