The Charger Bulletin

How you can get involved with SCOPE’s Spring Week

Saige Batza, Student Life Editor April 26, 2022

SCOPE is a student-led organization on campus that encompasses a total of five different committees: Public Relations, Entertainment, Charger Excursions, Novelty and Variety and Spirit and Traditions....

The dance team performs a game day number, April 2, 2022, West Haven.

University dance team dazzles during spring showcase

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor April 12, 2022

The University of New Haven Dance Team took the Charger Gymnasium by storm as they flooded the room for their spring showcase on April 2. The team of 32 dancers put on a production that synthesized...

Wrestling Club executive board: Nolan Wyse (left), Prosper Vignonne (center) and Nick Morgese (right).

Wrestling club brings new opportunities for University of New Haven students

Delianne Ayala-Ramos, Contributing Writer February 15, 2022

As of Jan. 20, the University of New Haven Wrestling Club is up and running. For over two years, juniors Prosper Vignonne and Nolan Wyse have been working to provide an environment where students can learn,...

FGSA: Where first generation students can feel at home

Delianne Ayala-Ramos , Student Life Editor February 15, 2022

Every year, the University of New Haven’s list of new Recognized Student Organizations (RSO’s) becomes longer. One of the newest additions is the First Generation Students Association (FGSA) led by...

A meme posted to @unewhavenbarstool, Dec. 10, 2020

@UNewHavenBarstool: Comedic relief for students

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor November 2, 2021

Comedy is the best medicine, and @unewhavenbarstool provides students their doses through Instagram content. Ball-girl tackles, presidential mask scandals, the great flood of the first-year quad and worshipping...

University alumna invited to speak on “America’s Most Wanted”

University alumna invited to speak on “America’s Most Wanted”

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor March 19, 2021

On Sept. 24, 2012, Eugene Palmer allegedly killed his daughter-in-law Tammy in Stony Point, NY. In May 2019, Palmer was added to the FBI 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list. On Mar. 15, his case was featured...

Room Selection Changes 2020-2021

Room Selection Changes 2020-2021

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor March 10, 2020

With the deadline to submit housing applications and room deposits to participate in room selection on March 6, returning students will soon pick their dorms for next year. According to the MyCharger...

Homecoming Concert Rebranded

Homecoming Concert Rebranded

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor October 23, 2019

This year, SCOPE made changes to homecoming that included having a DJ in place of an artist for the traditional concert.  The change caught at least one student off guard. Jennifer Edwards, a junior...

Nicolette Dammacco-Charles, at her graduation from University of New Haven in 2016.

Mourning the Loss of University of New Haven Alum, Nicolette Dammacco-Charles

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor September 25, 2019

Former University of New Haven student Nicolette Dammacco-Charles, of Massapequa, New York, died on Monday from complications of sickle cell thalassemia, an inherited blood disease.  Ms. Dammacco-Charles...

Summer of Updates Awaits Dining Services

Summer of Updates Awaits Dining Services

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2019

The way you eat at University of New Haven is prepped for multiple changes over the summer, including the potential removal of Sandella’s from the bottom of Bergami Hall. Other changes will include,...

The student award recipients all posed for a photo with the college faculty following the awards ceremony.

Henry C. Lee College Awards Night Honors Students

Jennifer Korn, Staff Writer May 1, 2019

The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences recently recognized outstanding students and alumni at their awards ceremony on Thursday April 24. Several speakers, including Dr. Henry...

St. Baldricks student volunteers pose for a photo.

St. Baldrick’s Raises Over $2,000

Karina Krul , Editor-in-Chief April 17, 2019

The university raised just over $2,424 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation on Thursday, Mar. 28. One person shaved his head and ten donated hair for the cause in the Bartels Fireplace Lounge. The foundation...

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