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Does High School Prepare Students for University?

Does High School Prepare Students for University?

Beth Beaudry, Contributing Writer

October 1, 2019

The transition from high school to college is taxing for many students. The workload is heavier and the classes are more challenging. While high schools strive to prepare students for this academic leap, not all students feel fully prepared when beginning college. The University of New Haven tries t...

Housing Selection Hits a Roadblock

Housing Selection Hits a Roadblock

Karina Krul, Ediotr-In-Chief

April 17, 2019

The 2019-2020 housing selection process took place over the last few weeks, and encountered some problems along the way. The system crashed on Friday, March 29, causing many students to be left in the dark, and forced them to restart the process the next day. The housing system crashed due to a technica...

Handicap This! Speakers Hold First Show In Connecticut

Handicap This! Speakers Hold First Show In Connecticut

Jennifer Korn, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

On Thursday, April 11 at the German Club, a man with cerebral palsy, Mike Berkson, and his caretaker, Tim Wambach, shared how they inspired each other and help spread awareness about living in a world with limitations. Wambach says they have told their story with humor and honesty to “more than 150...

University Launches Strawless Initiative

University Launches Strawless Initiative

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

The University of New Haven has recently made the decision to get rid of single-use plastic straws at dining locations such as W.O.W Cafe and The Marketplace. Instead of using straws, students are being encouraged to use coffee cup lids. This is part of an effort by the university to reduce plastic po...

University Assists Transitioning Veterans

University Assists Transitioning Veterans

Wesley A. Mucik, Contributing Writer

April 9, 2019

The transition from the intensity of military service is a huge contrast to a sedentary classroom. The challenges are many. Most veterans trying to assimilate to an academic lifestyle are faced with the challenge of being a first-generation student. Most veteran students are older than their civilian pe...

Bergami Summer Stipend Awards Students With Unpaid Internships

Bergami Summer Stipend Awards Students With Unpaid Internships

Jennifer Korn, Contributing Writer

April 9, 2019

Every year, the University of New Haven’s Career Development Center coordinates the Bergami Summer Internship Stipend Program, which gives stipends to students with unpaid internships. The stipend allows students to accept internships they may have not been able to without financial assistance. A rece...

MIC Annual Benefit Show Continues Despite Setbacks

MIC Annual Benefit Show Continues Despite Setbacks

Ilana Morris & Karina Krul, The Charger Bulletin

March 18, 2019

On Saturday, March 9, the Music Industry Club (MIC) held their Annual Benefit Show in the German Club, and gave students a chance to support a good cause through music while providing members of MIC with real-world experience. The benefit raised money for A Voice For The Innocent, a non-prof...

Reserve Officer Training Corps Provides Leadership Experience

Reserve Officer Training Corps Provides Leadership Experience

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

March 18, 2019

Army ROTC captain, Christopher Torres, stood behind his desk in uniform and pointed down at the large monthly office calendar atop his desk. He said that ROTC was holding an event where members of the program would read to elementary school children. “We do stuff like that all of the time,” he said. To mem...

Mew Haven Offers Study Package to Students

Mew Haven Offers Study Package to Students

Erin Stevenin, Contributing Writer

March 18, 2019

With midterms quickly approaching, many students are studying, and stressing non stop. Midterms and finals are two of the most stressful times of the semester. Although the college offers many activities to help relax and destress, something much more exciting is happening this semester. You can spend yo...

University Launches New Campus Climate Survey

University Launches New Campus Climate Survey

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

March 18, 2019

On Thursday, Mar. 7, university President, Steven Kaplan, sent out an email to students and faculty concerning a “campus climate survey on diversity and inclusion.” The survey opened on Monday, March 11 and will close on Sunday, March 31. According to the email, the goal of the survey is to “adv...

Students React to Manager Allegedly Changing Expiration Dates at Jazzman’s

Students React to Manager Allegedly Changing Expiration Dates at Jazzman’s

Jennifer Korn, Contributing Writer

March 17, 2019

After news broke that Nancy Dijon, a supervising manager at Jazzman’s Cafe, was allegedly rewriting expiration dates, students have responded and some have reported bad experiences with food. Students were also not satisfied to see Dijon, the supervisor who allegedly rewrote the dates, still working at J...

University Professor Addresses the Cohen Hearings

University Professor Addresses the Cohen Hearings

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2019

Michael Cohen testified on Wednesday, Feb. 27, before the House Oversight Committee and, according to an article by CNN, there were plenty of takeaways. Cohen accused President Donald Trump of directing him to pay hush money to several women who alleged they had affairs with Trump. He also implicated Trump in t...

Chief Tracy Mooney Retiring After Three Years

Chief Tracy Mooney Retiring After Three Years

Christina Genovese, Community Engagement Editor

March 17, 2019

University of New Haven Police Department Chief, Tracy Mooney, will be retiring this May. She has been at the university for 3 years now, and says she has enjoyed all she’s accomplished over the years, as well as building relationships with students and faculty.   “I think we have a really good relationshi...

NAACP Hosts Divine Nine Panel

NAACP Hosts Divine Nine Panel

Christina Genovese, Community Engagement Editor

March 6, 2019

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at the University of New Haven hosted a Divine Nine panel on taking political action in the Alumni Lounge on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 8:00pm. There were six panelists, each from a different organization of the Divine Nine. The Divine Nine...

Breaking Down the Residence Halls

Breaking Down the Residence Halls

Nicole Manall, Opinion Editor

March 6, 2019

Room selection can be a stressful experience. So The Charger Bulletin decided to do the work so you don't have to. Here's an inside look at the upperclassmen residence halls.   Sheffield Hall - Large-scale, apartment-style living for upper-class students on campus. Sheffield includes partial kitchens, one to three bedrooms, a living room, and fits two to six stu...

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