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The theater program is back and ready to perform

Tiara Starks, Entertainment Editor September 21, 2021

The university theater club is back. This year, they are preparing for their show “Head Over Heels,” a jukebox comedy musical with music and lyrics by legendary rock band, The Go-Go’s. The show will...

Open forum held in response to remembrance ceremony remarks

Open forum held in response to remembrance ceremony remarks

Kelly Adkins, Student Life Editor September 20, 2021

In response to a comment made during the 9/11 remembrance ceremony on Sept. 10 in the Maxcy quad, an open forum was held in the Peterson Auditorium on Tuesday. With roughly 137 students attending, some...

The new UNH logo that can be found in front of Maxcy Hall

University of New Haven students speak out against comments made during 9/11 remembrance speech

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor September 15, 2021

University of New Haven students are speaking out after a speech by Jillian Fiore, American Criminal Justice Association (AJCA) Psi Omega Chapter president during the university’s 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony...

A car receives a parking ticket outside of Winchester Hall, West Haven, CT.

The historically bad parking on campus keeps getting worse

Tyler Wells, Associate Editor September 14, 2021

It is a tale as old as cars: everybody complains about parking. Every few years, an article in the Charger Bulletin surfaces about how bad parking is at the University of New Haven. In the early weeks...

Dr. Shaily Menon named University of New Haven’s new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Shaily Menon named University of New Haven’s new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor November 24, 2020

On Tuesday, the University of New Haven announced in a press release that Shaily Menon has been named the new dean of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. According to the release, Menon comes...

University offers free winter intersession courses to students

University offers free winter intersession courses to students

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2020

The University of New Haven recently announced that students can “take charge at no charge” with one, free winter intersession course offered to all undergraduate and graduate students for the 2020-2021...

The growth of the University of New Haven’s esports program

The growth of the University of New Haven’s esports program

Cameron Hailey, Staff Writer September 28, 2020

University officials made a decision to invest in a new academic major at the Pompea College of Business, esports management, and esports and gaming. With the high-quality equipment in the new “Stable”...

Return of the NFL

Return of the NFL

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer September 28, 2020

The quiet Sunday afternoons that punctuated the end of every week during the COVID-19 pandemic have been filled with an age-old staple: the return of football. The NFL season started on Sept. 10, becoming...

The new UNH logo that can be found in front of Maxcy Hall

BREAKING NEWS: Two Positive COVID-19 Cases

September 16, 2020

Below is an email from the COVID-19 Task Force informing the university community of two positive COVID-19 cases on campus:   Dear Members of the University Community, We are writing to inform...

University of New Haven fall sports preview

University of New Haven fall sports preview

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor August 31, 2020

As students return to campus this fall, there will be two major components that will make this year different than in the past: the lights at Kathy Zolad stadium will not be on for soccer matches and Saturdays...

Ophelie Rowe-Allen

Dr. Ophelie Rowe-Allen Named Dean of Students

Beth Beaudry, Student Life Editor July 24, 2020

The university recently announced Ophelie Rowe-Allen as the new dean of students and chief student affairs officer. Rowe-Allen replaced retiring dean of students, Rebecca Johnson, who had been with the...

University Launches Chargers Helping Chargers Fund

University Launches Chargers Helping Chargers Fund

Corina Rodriguez, Managing Editor April 23, 2020

In an email sent on Wednesday, Rebecca Johnson, university vice president for student affairs and dean of students, announced that the university has launched the Chargers Helping Chargers Fund "to provide...

Disparity in Remote Teaching Styles

Disparity in Remote Teaching Styles

Lindsay Guild, Contributing Writer April 8, 2020

A common trend I have observed over these first few weeks of online classes is the increase in the amount of assignments students receive. Obviously, not all courses can be taught the same way online...

University to Cut Employee Pay Rates and Refund Students: Estimates $10 Million in Losses

University to Cut Employee Pay Rates and Refund Students: Estimates $10 Million in Losses

Jennifer Korn, Student Life Editor March 29, 2020

In a recent email to faculty members, University President Steven Kaplan said the university expects to lose $10 million in room and board credits and refunds for the spring semester. The campus shut down...

University of New Haven Opens its Dorms to First Responders Amid COVID-19

University of New Haven Opens its Dorms to First Responders Amid COVID-19

Anna Downs, Editor-in-Chief March 28, 2020

On Friday, University of New Haven announced it will open its residence halls to New Haven’s first responders as they fight the COVID-19 outbreak. Originally, New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker asked...

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