The Charger Bulletin

NBCUniversal’s: Peacock

NBCUniversal's: Peacock

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer

February 22, 2020

NBCUniversal has been working with Comcast to deliver Peacock, a streaming service that the company hopes will change distribution of new media, as much as possible. “This is a very exciting time for our company, as we chart the future of entertainment,” said Steve Burke, chairman of NBCUniversal....

Allingtown Cleanup Brings Student to the Community

Allingtown Cleanup Brings Student to the Community

Nicole Manall, Contributing Writer

April 10, 2018

On Saturday, April 7, University of New Haven students participated in a cleanup of Allingtown, Conn. The cleanup, organized by the Office of Community Service, is in its fourth year.  Around 150 students and faculty from the university and Notre Dame High School students participated in this ev...

President’s Public Service Fellows Reflect on their Summers

Samantha Higgins

September 2, 2015

On Aug. 28, the nine 2015 President’s Public Service Fellows reflected on their summer experience after participating in the fellowship for its seventeenth year at the University of New Haven in front of a group of their peers, supervisors, professors, university staff and past fellows. The ...

Nicaragua Part Two: Public Health

Alyssa MacKinnon

April 8, 2015

The second half of the Brigade trip was Public Health. This involved working in a new place— the community of El Naranjo—where we would be putting down concrete floors, which reduces parasites in the home. The group was also in charge of constructing hygiene stations that reduces the miles long walk...

Nicaragua Part 1: Medical Brigade

Alyssa MacKinnon

April 1, 2015

Global Brigade is an organization that relies on students to put together a program that helps communities in need all over the world. There are various brigades and the option for hybrid brigades which splits your volunteer week into two brigades, which was what happened during this Spring Break when Kaitlin O’Boyle and I went to Nicaragua, specifically the region of Estel...

In memory of “Hank” Bartels

Samantha Mathewson

January 28, 2015

Henry Edwin “Hank” Bartels, of North Branford, Conn. died of natural causes on Jan. 16. Hank was 92 and a prominent philanthropist. In an email sent out to the University of New Haven community, President Steve Kaplan addressed the many contributions that Bartels’ has made over the years. ...

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