The Charger Bulletin

3 Day Start Up comes to UNH

Alyssa MacKinnon

November 18, 2015

The 3 Day Startup program was initiated by Jon Spiegel and Austin who contacted companies like Bigbang, Connecticut Innovations, Inc., and Hobzon Motzer, Inc to sponsor the program. This three day event was designed to help students take plans and turn them into a marketable presentation for potential...

Making the Most of MakeHaven

Alyssa MacKinnon

November 18, 2015

MakeHaven is an amazing space on State Steet in downtown New Haven. They proudly declare that, “It’s a gathering place and workshop for makers, creators, tinkerers and dreamers.” The varied but close-knit group work promotes an environment that supports the development of and collaboration on a...

Main Street Condo Fire Displaces Students

Paul carbonella

November 11, 2015

On Saturday Oct. 17, the Main Street Condominiums complex erupted with panic as black smoke poured from one apartment. The apartment, which housed four unnamed undergraduates, sustained smoke damage throughout its interior and “substantial” fire damage in its kitchen according to Fire Marshall Keith...

Psycho Beach Party Brings the Beach to UNH

Angela Tricarico

November 11, 2015

The University Of New Haven Theater Program premiered their production of Psycho Beach Party on Wednesday, Nov. 4 in Bucknall Theater at 8 p.m. Psycho Beach Party is a play written by Charles Busch, which premiered off-Broadway in 1987. It was written intending to satirize the beach party movies (Gidget, Bea...

Women’s Rugby Heads to NSCRO Championships

The Charger Bulletin

November 11, 2015

By GABRIELLA DELEO Contributing Writer [email protected] On Saturday, Oct. 31 at 11 a.m., the Women’s Rugby team competed for the NEWCRC Championship against Framingham State University. With the 17-12 victory over the Rams, the team earned themselves a trip to NSCRO Championships which...

UNH PRIDE Held Ally Week

Karina Krul

November 11, 2015

The week of October 12 UNH PRIDE held their annual Ally week to teach students how to be successful allies to those in the LGBT+ community. Tables were set up, according to the theme of the day, in the Bartels programming space throughout the week; Monday was National coming out day, Wednesday was...

Grow A Pair (Of Ovaries)

Kaitlin Mahar

November 11, 2015

I have a slight bone to pick with the University; namely, it’s bathrooms. If you’re thinking in terms of cleanliness, you’re actually wrong - these bathrooms are relatively spotless, especially compared to the deadly weapon of mass destruction that is a gas station bathroom. (Seriously, that’s...

José Oyola & The Astronauts

Stephanie Conlon

November 11, 2015

On Thursday, Oct. 22, the campus got a visit from a local New Haven band who drew a hefty crowd to the German Club. José Oyola & The Astronauts describe themselves as experimental indy-pop, which is absolutely a fitting description for their set list. The most noticeable thing about this band is the...

Interview with the Funky Dawgz Brass Band

Glenn Rohrbacker

November 11, 2015

This year’s Fall Concert was headlined by We the Kings, who played an awesome show at the Beckman Recreation Center. Opening for them was an up and coming traditional New Orleans brass band called the Funky Dawgz Brass Band. They got the crowd moving and jamming to some of their original music,...

Moving Up in the Ranks

Riley Knebes

September 9, 2015

The University of New Haven was placed in the Princeton Review’s top ten Best Northeastern list of 2015 In all of the four-year colleges in the Northeast, how do you think the University of New Haven is ranked? Top fifty? Top twenty-five? Guess again. Out of 225 colleges ranked by The Princeton Review for the region, UNH made the top ten ...

A Door That’s Always Open

Elissa Sanci

September 9, 2015

At the doorway of Maxcy 210A, a long and narrow hallway leads to an area of Maxcy Hall that, according to Samantha Palombizio, is an underutilized center on campus. The end of the hallway opens up to a comfortable office space—comfy chairs next to small tables overflowing with bowls of candy sit in...

Styx and Stones

Karina Krul

September 9, 2015

Chargers Marching Band Revives Classic Rock Saturday Sept. 5 kicked off the season, not only for the football team, but for the Chargers Marching Band. You’ve probably seen them perform with unimaginable energy at half time, but what you probably don’t know is that they have been working...

Speaking About a Spectrum of Sports and Management

Leah Myers

September 9, 2015

John Page, president of the Wells Fargo Complex, has teamed up with the UNH Sports Management Department for the 2015-2016 year. For the 2015-2016 academic year, the University of New Haven Sports Management Department has teamed up with John Page to be a guide for graduates and undergraduates majoring/minoring in that program. John Page is the President of the ...

Shakespeare in the Park

Caitlin Duncan

September 9, 2015

“If music be the food of love, play on!” exclaimed the character Duke Orsino at the beginning of Elm Shakespeare Company’s production of Twelfth Night. Elm Shakespeare Company is based in New Haven, and each summer, they put on a play in Edgerton Park in New Haven. The actors and tech cre...

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