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Senior Farewells

May 6, 2020

Seth Harrington: "My time at the Charger Bulletin taught me discipline and methods of storytelling. I know the Bulletin will continue to prosper and inform the students." Corina Rodriguez: “Thanks to my professors and peers; I have grown as a professional and person. One of the biggest blessings ...

Reh Finishes Historic Lacrosse Career

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Chris DiGeronimo, Sports Editor

May 7, 2019

Senior women’s lacrosse player Mackenzie Reh not only broke two single season program records this season, but she also single handedly brought the team to a NE-10 semifinal appearance with an overtime goal to take down No. 3 Pace. She did this while collecting NE-10 Midfielder of The Year along wi...

Senior Reflection: My Time as a Charger

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Sierra Whitlock, Senior Softball Player

May 7, 2019

As my four years come to an end it is time to sit back and reflect on my time as a student-athlete. I am in disbelief that in the next few weeks my time is up, and I’m not quite ready to let it go. Being a Charger has been one of the hardest, and most rewarding experiences I have ever been a part of. ...

Things I’d Go Back and Tell My Freshman Self

Things I'd Go Back and Tell My Freshman Self

Angela Tricarico, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

It’s hard to believe four years have flown by so quickly. Four years ago to the day I’m writing this, I paid my deposit to attend the University of New Haven. Now, I’m just weeks away from graduation and the beginning of the rest of my life. Starting college felt a little bit like jumping off the deep end...

The Senior Year Cycle

Courtney Brooks

September 9, 2015

If you think being a freshman is hard, try being a senior!  Every year in college comes with a new set of challenges, but the realization that this is in fact our last year of school before the real world attempts to eat us alive, is a definite contender for the hardest challenge we’ve faced to date. ...

Senior Commencement Split

Liana Teixeira

November 20, 2013

Due to a 15 to 20 percent increase in the number of seniors graduating this upcoming May compared to last year, the spring commencement ceremony, traditionally held in a single time slot, will now be split into two ceremonies. President Kaplan informed students about this change at a Undergraduate...

Senior Administrators Discuss University’s Progress During Campus Address

The Charger Bulletin

October 17, 2012

By DAN KALMANSON, Associate vice president for communications and public affairs At the October 4 campus-wide meeting, President Steve Kaplan and senior administrators updated faculty and staff on a wide range of topics including new campus initiatives, student enrollment, budget issues, facility...

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