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An inflatable from the Inflatable Fun Fest sits on the Bixler/Gerber quad, West Haven, Sept. 17.

Annual Family Day festivities take main campus by storm

Presley DePugh, Contributing Writer September 20, 2022

At 9 a.m. on Saturday, University of New Haven students and their families filed into the Beckerman Recreation Center to check in for Family Day. Activities ranging from lawn games to craft corners were...

A sprinkler outside of Celentano Hall, Sept. 1, 2022, West Haven.

Our sprinklers are not contributing to the conservation of water during a state-wide drought

Julianna Pegnataro, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

During the first week of classes, many students, including myself, noticed peculiar changes that were made across campus. Due to the abnormally dry weather and little rain recently in Connecticut, grass...

The new quad outside of Dunham Hall, West Haven, Sept. 3, 2022.

A new quad: Does it help anything?

Presley Depugh, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

University of New Haven students started their fall semester classes on Aug. 29, 2022, and many noticed some big changes across campus following their return since the spring semester. The campus security,...

The mural inside of the Veteran Success Center in Sheffield Hall, West Haven, Sept. 8, 2022.

Veteran Success Center creates “new home” for university military members

Mia Adduci, Campus News Editor September 13, 2022

The Veteran Success Center has officially opened as a resource center for members of the university community who are veterans or hold military affiliation. During its grand opening ceremony, which...

Dorms avoid flooding after storm

Tyler Wells, Editor-In-Chief September 13, 2022

After the University of New Haven was struck by a pair of strong storms, Tropical Storm Henri and Hurricane Ida, last September, students living on the first floor of Gerber Hall were forced to move out...

Interim Provost Nancy Savage, Sept. 8, 2022, West Haven.

Transitions in leadership continue within provost position

Mia Adduci, Campus News Editor September 13, 2022

Multiple shifts in leadership have emerged between the spring and fall terms. The school’s top positions– chancellor, president and provost–are all changing. Danielle Wozniak was hired as provost...

University of New Haven t-shirts lie on top of a chair in Chancellor Kaplan’s empty office, West Haven, Aug. 31, 2022.

‘Maxcy Hall has been taken off my shoulders’: Kaplan speaks on early retirement

Mia Adduci , Campus News Editor September 13, 2022

Chancellor Steven Kaplan recently composed his farewell address, following multiple emails to the university community regarding the decision to step down from his current position of leadership. On...

The intersection of Ruden and Segment where the robbery occurred, West Haven, Aug. 30.

Student robbed on Ruden St.

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor August 30, 2022

Developing The first day of the fall semester was Monday and that evening, students received their first Public Safety Advisory email from Adam Brown, chief of the University Police Department (UPD). The...

University Chancellor, then President, Steven Kaplan. West Haven, 2017.

Kaplan announces plans to leave

Lindsay Giovannone, Copy Desk Chief August 10, 2022

Steven H. Kaplan, who served as University of New Haven president from 2004 to 2022 and most recently as chancellor and CEO, announced he is leaving the university sooner than anticipated. In February,...

The former parking lot outside of Dunham Hall under construction, West Haven, June 21, 2022.

University undergoes parking remodeling before fall semester

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor August 10, 2022

Following recent construction, certain parts of campus–especially its residential side–are taking a new shape. Most of this construction is set to be completed prior to student move-in at the end of...

Giana Caprioli (right), NE10 Defensive Player of the Week, after the draw in the game against Saint Anselm. West Haven, April 24, 2022.

​​Chargers accrue athletic honors to close out the regular season

Lindsay Giovannone, Sports Editor May 4, 2022

While the regular season is winding down for the Northeast-10, the New Haven Chargers continue to accumulate the accolades. Baseball, lacrosse, track and field and tennis all took home individual or team...

Study Abroad Office provides new COVID-safety programs to university students

Stephen Gangi, Contributing Writer May 4, 2022

Recent outbreaks in the COVID-19 pandemic have raised the question of whether traveling internationally is a feasible possibility anymore. The university leaders, alongside Prato campus Dean of Students,...

Bob’s Cat stands outside of his house, West Haven.

Secrets revealed: Who is the cat by Forest Hills?

Neva Bostic, Contributing Writer May 4, 2022

A sociable tuxedo cat has been recently roaming the streets of Simon Place looking for attention from University of New Haven students. However, most students do not know who the cat is, or where it comes...

Charger Bulletin seniors reflect on their experiences as graduation nears

Saige Batza, Student Life Editor May 3, 2022

Perspective The Charger Bulletin staff at the University of New Haven prides themselves on their commitment to publishing authentic print and digital media while maintaining an environment that celebrates...


(From left to right) Saniyah Brinney, Hailey Williams, Mary Lippa, Cora Cogil and Secora Chambers seated at the front of the Inaugural Passing the Torch Ceremony, West Haven, April 29, 2022.

USGA leadership transitions for 2022-2023 school year

Mia Adduci, Student Life Editor May 3, 2022

The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) elections have come to a close, and now, with the semester also drawing to an end, it is time for the electees to prepare to take charge in the upcoming...

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