The Charger Bulletin

Shuttle Scare: Sleeping on the Job

The Charger Bulletin March 2, 2016

By ANONYMOUS contributing Writer [email protected] I have used the Boston Post Road shuttle more times than I can count and I’ve never had a problem with the service. As a student...

Is it Coming or Not?

The Charger Bulletin April 3, 2013

By RICHARD SCHMIEG LETTER TO THE EDITOR Throughout most colleges in America freshmen students are not allowed to have cars on campus. Now how is a freshman supposed to get around from place to place?...

The Train and Shuttle Connection here at UNH

The Charger Bulletin October 13, 2010

By Jim Monahan Ph.D. Associatte Professor of Criminal Justice Several years ago, a group of us wrote a proposal to provide a shuttle service to and from Union Station in New Haven for those willing...

Successful Shuttle Launch is One of NASA’s Final Missions

Kait Richmond April 14, 2010

The Discovery Space Shuttle launched last week to complete one of the final missions for NASA’s shuttle program. In a pre-dawn liftoff on Apr. 5, seven astronauts departed from the Kennedy Space Center...

Bad valve forces NASA to call off shuttle launch

Joshua Van Hoesen August 26, 2009

From The Associated Press CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – NASA called off the launch of space shuttle Discovery for a second time Tuesday after a critical fuel valve failed to work properly. Launch officials...

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