- Baker Dunleavy signs five-year contract extension
- New Haven issues a Public Health Alert after over 90 people overdose
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball finalizes 2018-19 schedule
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball unveils non-conference slate
- Quinnipiac women’s basketball announces non-conference schedule
- New QCards show more face and less branding for easier identification
- President Judy Olian to ‘shape Quinnipiac’s bright future’ with students
- Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey releases 2018-19 schedule
- Sleeping Giant State Park closed indefinitely after tornado damage
- Quinnipiac partners with People’s United Bank
All posts by Adelia Couser
Same product, different prices
Like many other students, junior Caitlin Reid goes to the dining hall every week. However, she never noticed that some items cost more or less depending on which campus they are sold: Mount Carmel, York Hill or...
- Posted February 10, 2016
Hoverboards now banned at Quinnipiac
Students will not be able to bring their hoverboards to campus, beginning Friday, Jan. 8. The Department of Public Safety has prohibited the operation, charging and storing of hoverboards on university property due to safety concerns, according...
- Posted January 7, 2016
A holiday feast
This week, the undergraduate Holiday Dinner planning committee is hard at work finalizing the 31st annual feast for students. The Holiday Dinner will take place on Thursday, Dec. 10 in Cafe Q. Students can download free tickets...
- Posted December 10, 2015
Fast food workers are people too
Do you like having your intelligence questioned by strangers? Does the thought of people insulting you make you happy? Have you ever wanted to work in an industry with one of the most negative reputations in the...
- Posted October 8, 2015
Seniors find mold, broken appliances in Whitney Village
When senior Rebecca Castagna moved into Whitney Village on Aug. 16, the last thing she expected to find was mold. Whitney Village is an off-campus housing option for seniors. Located on Whitney Avenue, it is comprised of...
- Posted September 23, 2015
Relay returns after more than a year-long hiatus
Relay for Life returned to Quinnipiac on Sept. 11 after a hiatus during the 2014-2015 academic year. The overnight fundraising walk took place on the Mount Carmel campus from Friday at 6 p.m. until Saturday at 6...
- Posted September 15, 2015
No Limits, No Problems
Hamden Middle School student Hayden Piterski was born with just one hand. He was one of 27 kids who attended Camp No Limits at Quinnipiac’s York Hill Campus from July 8 to 12. Camp No Limits...
- Posted September 4, 2015
One Big Day
More than 1,400 students entered the Rec Center on April 11 to attend the opening ceremony of the university’s sixth annual Big Event. Started 28 years ago at Texas A&M University, the Big Event is the largest...
- Posted April 14, 2015
Committed to Quinnipiac
Monique Drucker officially assumed her responsibilities as Quinnipiac’s vice president (VP) and dean of students on April 1. Drucker, who has worked at QU for 19 years and most recently held the position of associate vice president...
- Posted April 8, 2015
QU to consider restructuring UC requirements
In fall of 2015, QU freshmen will no longer be required to take part in the QU Seminar series. Instead, they will take a First Year Seminar course (FYS 101), according to Paul LoCasto, associate psychology professor...
- Posted March 25, 2015
Braving the shave
The Student Center piazza was full of barbers and bald students on March 17 between 6-9 p.m, Students shaved their heads for the university’s sixth annual St. Baldrick’s event, a fundraiser that raises money and awareness for...
- Posted March 18, 2015
Dancing with purpose
This year at the third annual QTHON, more than 900 Quinnipiac students raised $55,018.35 to provide medical treatment for children in financial need. QTHON is a six-hour dance marathon that raises money “For the Kids” and for...
- Posted March 4, 2015
OMGE celebrates Black History Month
When you think of the month of February, what holidays come to mind? Some students think Valentine’s Day, Groundhog Day or even the Super Bowl and forget that February is the official month to celebrate African-American history....
- Posted February 18, 2015
Seven student-written plays to premiere in NYC
Senior Melissa Peters said writing her eight to 10 minute play was like a roller coaster. But on Feb. 14 it will all be worth it. Peters is one of seven Quinnipiac student playwrights whose plays will...
- Posted February 4, 2015