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Thanksgiving-themed movies to watch this November

Thanksgiving-themed movies to watch this November

Saige Batza, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

Are you a residential student traveling home for the holidays or a commuter student looking for a good movie to watch while curled up on the couch with your family and friends? I’ve got you covered....

University gives thanks during the start of the holiday season

University gives thanks during the start of the holiday season

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor November 23, 2021

During the week leading up to Thanksgiving, in the spirit of giving back, the university community showed their thanks in a variety of events being hosted by organizations on campus. On the Undergraduate...

U. New Haven Holds Pantry for Thanksgiving

U. New Haven Holds Pantry for Thanksgiving

Hannah Providence, Contributing Writer December 18, 2019

While most University of New Haven professors, employees, and students left campus for Thanksgiving, the campus wasn’t completely empty. Some -- especially athletes -- stayed put. The university did...

Thanksgiving Week of Service

Thanksgiving Week of Service

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor November 20, 2018

The University of New Haven’s Thanksgiving Week of Service was last week. The event was co-sponsored by the Center for Student Engagement, Leadership and Orientation (CSELO), dining services, and the...

Black Friday Shouldnt Start on Thanksgiving

Black Friday Shouldn’t Start on Thanksgiving

Ethan Cardona, Staff Writer November 20, 2018

It’s the holiday season and with that, there is one thing on everyone’s mind; shopping. As buyers rush to save big and win, it is the employees who suffer. With the rise of online sales, retail stores...

A Week Of Giving

Riley Knebes November 25, 2015

For the week of Nov. 15, the Office of Student Activities and Sodexo paired up for a Week of Giving. Starting on Monday, OSA and Sodexo gave thanks to students and faculty, and offered the campus opportunities...

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar November 25, 2015

Positives + After a too-long hiatus, UNH’s own Boys II Yen is back with more hits. Expect an exclusive interview in music section of The Charger Bulletin. + Also back is Richard Rotella’s brightly-colored...

Spotify Playlist of the Week

Michael Quick November 25, 2015

“Songs to Stuff Your Face To” Follow ChargerBulletin on Spotify I don’t know about everyone else, but family gatherings are always incredibly awkward for me. The two sides of my family are vastly...

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar November 18, 2015

Positives + Just one week is standing between us and Thanksgiving. One. Week. + Has anybody seen that new, futuristic vending machine in Kaplan? Finally, there’s a work of functional art of which...

President’s Corner

James Kielar November 11, 2015

Hello and welcome back to another exciting issue of the Charger Bulletin! Dedicate some time to yourselves this week. Go out and enjoy Fall foliage, sit on your couch and watch a movie, or don’t do...

What are you thankful for?

Kaitlin Mahar December 3, 2014

“Spending time with my family.”  Rich Rotella, Senior “The opportunity to have an education when most women are oppressed or don’t have the same opportunity.” Victoria Johnson, Junior “Seeing...

Christmas comes early in college

Samantha Higgins December 3, 2014

I know everyone is annoyed that Christmas tends to cast a shadow over Thanksgiving, however I am a participant of that. I am that person you all hate, the one who puts Christmas music on the day...

Charger Poll

The Charger Bulletin November 28, 2012

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Where Did Thanksgiving Go?

Joann Wolwowicz November 3, 2010

The countdown has officially started: 22 days to Thanksgiving! I personally am excited for the turkey, the stuffing, the cranberry sauce, and the pies. However, I know that everyone is just as excited...

Americans give thanks, see parades, feast in space

Liz De La Torre November 27, 2009

From The Associated Press NEW YORK – Giant balloons, floats, marching bands and clowns with confetti brought smiles to hundreds of thousands of revelers eager to catch a glimpse of a parade as steeped...

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