- A Hamden ‘hero’
- SURVIVOR: Spring Break
- Column: Women’s basketball team could benefit from Cinderella effect
- School of Business to start microlending program
- University provides gender-neutral bathrooms across three campuses
- Student Government Association plans policy changes
- Baker Dunleavy named new men’s basketball coach
- QTHON raises record amount at annual fundraiser
- Quinnipiac introduces Baker Dunleavy as men’s basketball coach
- South Carolina ends Quinnipiac’s tournament run in Sweet 16
Snow storm stirs complaints
Does the university cancel the shuttles during a snowstorm because their name is bolded on the sides? If it is too dangerous for shuttles to drive from campus to Wal-Mart, why is it okay to ask commuters to travel around town?
Why is the university too cool to use mainstream media to announce closings or delays? What if a student lives in a place that doesn’t get WQUN (which could be 10 minutes off campus) or they do not have good internet access? Who can remember a phone number to call?
The university has taken a huge step back in regards to media relations. It’s okay to close school and show concern for students.
If school isn’t closed, and I get into an accident, don’t worry, l’ll peel my commuter sticker off and burn my Q-card to avoid bad PR.