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You Know You Go To The University of New Haven When...

Every Charger can relate to these things.

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You Know You Go To The University of New Haven When...
Marissa Reilly

Based in West Haven, Connecticut, my school is one of a kind. Here are the ten things you know to be true if you go to University of New Haven:

1. If you're not a criminal justice or forensic science major, you're outnumbered.


2. The walk to Shop Rite is enough reason to suffer through campus food.


3. But the walk to Harugari Hall is enough to make you hate yourself for picking a class there.


4. You feel sorry for everyone who lives/lived in Bixler Hall.


5. Dr. Henry C. Lee is a God.


6. Everyone knows Maxcy is haunted.


7. WoW and Sandella's will never let you down when you're craving a quesadilla at 1 AM.


8. The shuttle decides to make it's own schedule and you get stranded.


9. You do not underestimate it when they say a snowstorm is coming. Welcome to New England.


10. You wouldn't dare step on the seal in Maxcy quad and risk getting cursed and not graduating. (But you're also terrified of having to leave here for the real world)


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