The Charger Bulletin

Dangers on the Foreign Front

Amy Reidy

September 26, 2012

Since the 2001 attacks on American soil, the country has been recovering and rebuilding. The United States has come together as a nation to support the nation, and have come to show greater respect for not only the soldiers that fight elsewhere, but also for the men and women who serve in the country...

U.S. Officals Launch New Strategy to Prevent Suicide

Kerri Zbodula

September 26, 2012

In Washington D.C., a new nationwide strategy to prevent suicide has been launched. Facebook, mobile apps, and other technologies will be used as part of a community-driven push to report concerns about suicidal individuals before it’s too late. Today, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death...

Current Issues Discussion Tackles Terrorism

Ana Abraham

September 19, 2012

The Current Issues Discussion series is in its second year at UNH, and the first event of the 2012-2013 academic year occurred on Thursday, Sept. 13. The topic of discussion was one made even more immediate by the recent attacks on American ambassadors overseas: is global terrorism coming to the United...

Euro’s Collapse Could Bring Crisis for American Economy

Liana Teixeira

September 12, 2012

For about 13 years, millions of Europeans in 23 countries have shared a common currency—the euro. Since the euro launched in January 1999, 17 of the 27 members of the European Union (EU) have adopted it as their official currency. Recently, however, some experts suggest that the euro is weakening to...

The Achievement Gap: New Study Shows Where the U.S. Stands

Sara J Dufort

August 29, 2012

According to a new report released by Harvard’s Program on Education Policy and Governance, the United States is still trailing behind other countries when it comes to test scores in the subjects of math, reading and science. The U.S. was ranked 25th out of 49 countries in student test score gains...

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