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Your guide to spring break

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March 6, 2013

SGA Update

The Chronicle

March 6, 2013

Happy Wednesday Bobcats, Who's ready for spring break? We cannot believe that this is our last week together before spring break. Seeing that we are halfway through the semester we have already achieved a great deal. Just to...

University works to reopen

University works to reopen

February 11, 2013

Storm updates from Hamden’s mayor

The Chronicle

February 11, 2013

As of Sunday afternoon, more than 50 percent of Hamden’s roads remain impassable, according to the town of Hamden’s automated phone call to residents Sunday night. Roads with first plowing priority like Dixwell Avenue, Whitney...

Alumni Affairs’ associate director charged with DUI

The Chronicle

February 7, 2013

Christopher Zavodsky, associate director of alumni affairs and parent relations, was arrested and charged with operating under the influence around midnight on Feb. 1, according to Hamden Police. According to the police statement,...

Will you go to the B.O.B. spring concert?

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January 29, 2013

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Garnering Women’s Votes

The Chronicle

September 13, 2012

Blog by Katelynn Lucyk Early in Wednesday night’s programming at the Democratic National Convention, the party gave tribute to their 12 women senators with a video tribute and brought them out into the spotlight on stage...

Fact Checking the Conventions

The Chronicle

September 13, 2012

Blog by Rachel Cogut In politics as in anything else, it’s important to get the facts straight. Since Vice Presidential candidate, Representative Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, made a number of misleading claims in his speech a...

How likeable is Mitt Romney?

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September 13, 2012

Blog by Kyle Boucher During the seminars for this program with The Washington Center, the likability of a candidate was discussed. In essence, the more likeable the candidate is, the more likely they are to win an election...

Paul Ryan Impresses the GOP Delegates at RNC

The Chronicle

September 13, 2012

Blog by Kyle Boucher In 2008, we were told that change would occur, that our economic problems would be a thing of the past. Four years later, the economy does not seem to be doing better than it was. Things like this cannot b...

Day One of the RNC

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September 13, 2012

Blog by Christina Barna Today was day one of the Republican National Convention. The morning was a little bit hectic, because I did not have a formal assignment or supervisor, so I was assigned to stand in a hallway for four...

Wednesday Speeches and Spectacles

The Chronicle

September 13, 2012

Blog by Peter Corkery For Wednesday night, I was able to get two unique perspectives on the convention. I was able to see them from the floor, as well as getting a bird’s eye view from the Talk Radio News Service skybox. ...