The Charger Bulletin

Victimology Club Hosts “Faces of Domestic Violence”

Victimology Club Hosts

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor

February 6, 2018

The university Victimology Club hosted “The Faces of Domestic Violence.” This was the club’s first year hosting the event, said club vice president, Kaitlyn Spear, junior criminal justice major. “We chose to host the event to spread awareness for domestic violence and to educate the student b...

Take Back the Night

Samantha Higgins

April 20, 2016

Every 107 seconds someone is sexually assaulted in the United States, totaling 293,000 victims of sexual assault a year. On April 12 the University of New Haven Victimology club held their annual Take Back the Night event to help survivors know they are not alone. This event is geared toward victims...

Take Back the Night: No one is alone

Samantha Higgins

April 22, 2015

Take Back the Night, an event hosted by the University of New Haven’s Victimology club on Tuesday, April 14, was held to create a space to honor victims and survivors of sexual assault, with a mission to end sexual assault in all forms. Jennifer Wenderoth, college advocate for the Rape Crisis Ce...

Charger Battery

Patricia Oprea

April 9, 2014

Positives: + Victimology club’s annual show, The Vagina Monologues, was a hit. 90 percent of proceeds go to the rape crisis center of Milford, and 10% go to V-day Foundation for a women’s charity in a third world country! Remember that April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and keep...

Can I Kiss You?

Elissa Sanci

December 12, 2012

Can I kiss you? A simple question, but totally awkward to ask on a date, right? Wrong! This thought, along with many other thoughts about sexual consent, was challenged Wednesday, Dec. 6, by Mike Domitrz during a presentation held in Dodds Theater. The presentation, sponsored by the Victimology...

Fifty Shades of Controversy

Katerina Sperl

November 7, 2012

“Do you like sex? Are you ashamed of your feelings while reading this book?” These are the questions that came my way at two in the morning as people read the flyer posted on my door. As a member of the Victimology club living across from an elevator, I originally thought this was a good door...

The Vagina Monologues

Ashley Johnson

April 4, 2012

Returning for its second showing, The Vagina Monologues were again a hit with the University of New Haven student and non-student body last Wednesday night. Brought to the campus by the Victimology club and Jessica Champagne, a rape crisis advocate on campus, the play represents a series of interviews brought together to be performed by fellow students ...

Can I Kiss You Comes to Campus

Isaak Kifle

October 13, 2010

Dating is a strange thing. What would, at first glance, appear to be just another form of interaction is given far more attention than imaginable. Guys that cannot be bothered to put two and two together or remember the year of a key event in history will ultimately spend hours obsessing over and planning a date. They will plan everything from every inch of their own appearance ...

UNH Remembers Fallen Student

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010

Memorial Ceremony and Fundraising Event in Honor of Jessica Santos What:    The University of New Haven (UNH) Victimology Club will hold a memorial ceremony followed by a Sports Showdown fundraising event to benefit the Jessica N. Santos Memorial Scholarship Fund.  UNH Associate Professor of Fire...

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