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Tips On Getting Grad School Ready

Kailey Feshler, Multimedia Editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Applying to graduate school can be stressful. However, offices around college campuses, including the University of New Haven, offer services and advice to students as application season is underway. The Career Development Center (CDC) is in the process of working on a video project to advise studen...

Gross Things to NEVER Do in Front of Your Significant Other

Kaitlin Mahar

December 9, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

  1. Treat a waitress/salesperson/employee of any business you find yourselves at with disrespect. If the person you’re dating has the nerve to publicly humiliate or disrespect a perfect stranger - whether it’s because the restaurant is out of the food they wanted, or the store won’t acce...

Four Things Only Sisters with a Four-Year Age Gap Know to be True

Kaitlin Mahar

October 14, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

1. Going to school is a huge problem Not necessarily intelligence-wise, even if your older sister is a complete idiot or your younger sister would prefer to work as a street artist in Brooklyn instead of go to college, but just think about this: after your parents are done paying $50k a year for ...

A Letter From Dean Johnson

The Charger Bulletin

August 26, 2015


Filed under University of New Haven

Dear Members of the Class of 2019: Welcome! You have arrived and are officially a college student. The past year of applying to colleges, worrying about getting in, the happiness you experienced when your acceptance letter came, your high school graduation and saying goodbye to family and friends...

5 Ways to Cope With Your New Title

Elissa Sanci

August 26, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

So, it’s happened, despite how hard I’ve tried to keep it at bay. Regardless of all my futile attempts, time continued to pass and now I, unfortunately, am entering my final year of college. It’s a strange feeling, to say the least: fear of the future mingled with the need to get out, and get out...

15 Things to Keep In Mind When Starting the New Semester

Kaitlin Mahar

August 26, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

1. Everybody has civil rights. Regardless of color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, favorite soccer team—whatever—everybody deserves respect and to be treated like a basic human being. Even the freshmen. 2. You will fail, but you’ll also succeed. Learn to be just as accepting of your d...

Simply Sam’s Style

Samantha Salvio

March 25, 2015


Filed under Features

Wrentham Premium Outlets review While it’s natural to want to escape from the cold and still snowy weather of the New England area for a sunny paradise during Spring Break, I however, opted to head for Wrentham, Mass. I happened across this location from a family friend who had said these outle...

Simply Sam’s Style

Samantha Salvio

February 11, 2015


Filed under Features

Business Casual for Her College is the best place to take advantage of all the free resources on campus, including attending mock interviews by the Career Development Center which prepare you to follow any career aspirations after college. Amid RA processing, OL and TeamREC applications, an...

Treasurer’s Tip

John Foti

September 3, 2014


Filed under University of New Haven, USGA

It’s your money; use it! Another year is upon us and that means another year of planning and organizing events! I know that the first few weeks of the semester can be hectic and crazy but remember when planning your events that time is everything. The best advice that I can give to start out this year is to make sure that you’re organized and to ...

Tips on Applying to Grad School

The Charger Bulletin

December 12, 2012


Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials, University of New Haven

By Dana Magniacapra Contributing Writer So you’ve decided to apply to graduate school? Good for you! The first step is making the decision to continue your education. Once you decide to go to graduate school, you need to start your research. No, you don’t have to write a ten page paper or have...

Health and Fitness – An Apple a Day…

Melanie Rovinsky

September 15, 2010


Filed under Health and Fitness

The temperatures are dropping, the days are shortening, and the leaves are changing. With September in full swing and fall approaching, the temptation to take part in the autumnal beauty is bound to win out over those boring reps inside a stuffy gym. And despite the mass amounts of kettle corn and apple...

2010 Study Abroad Tips

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010


Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

2010 Study abroad trips with Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences are here! Spend two weeks in one of 4 countries (Vietnam, Poland, Russian, and China) studying the criminal justice system during the summer of 2010. The programs will combine study, sightseeing, and social...

Dear Members of the Class of 2012

Rebecca Johnson

August 27, 2008


Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials

Welcome! You have arrived and are officially a college student. The past year of applying to colleges, worrying about getting in, being happy when your acceptance letter came, graduating high school and saying goodbye to family and friends as you prepared to come to UNH is behind you.You are about t...

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