- Quinnipiac men’s basketball drops home opener to Hartford, 68-54
- An Election Reflection
- Nation to Campus: Subjectivity and the Constitution
- Wasteful ways
- Students struggles at the polls
- So long, Rick Grimes?
- Will Part Time get the recognition they deserve?
- ‘Lotta ties, lotta ties’
- Crossing the line
All posts by Amanda Perelli
BREAKING: Finance chair Thomas Coe confronted by anti-child abuse activist, on leave from the university
Quinnipiac finance department chair Thomas S. Coe is placed on leave with the university after being confronted by an anti-child abuse activist who said they have record of him chatting explicitly with a volunteer from the website...
- Posted November 14, 2018
What’s wrong with America?
“Several college women were celebrating their 21st birthdays.” “Country music was blaring and beer was flowing.” “Then all of a sudden, into ‘College Country Night!’ at the Borderline Bar & Grill stepped a man with a gun.”...
- Posted November 13, 2018
Quinnipiac Dining responds to food complaints
Quinnipiac Dining removed the food products in question after two different social media posts were shared last week, when students allegedly found a snail, and what appears to be a small worm, in the fruit they purchased...
- Posted October 16, 2018
Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse head coach relieved of duties
Quinnipiac University removed Eric Fekete from his position as the Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse head coach, effective immediately. Mason Poli, an assistant to Fekete for the past four years, has been named interim head coach. Fekete was with...
- Posted October 6, 2018
Lahey makes Hamden his permanent home
Former Quinnipiac President John Lahey told The Chronicle that building a mausoleum in Hamden was a ‘family decision.’ “We wanted to have our final resting place and then we actually looked around,” Lahey said. “The decision was...
- Posted October 5, 2018
Lahey chooses Hamden as final resting place
Former Quinnipiac president John Lahey plans to spend an eternity in Hamden. John Nolan, president of Nolan’s Hamden Monument Company confirmed that the mausoleum at Saint Mary’s Cemetery on Whitney Ave. with “LAHEY” carved atop belongs...
- Posted October 3, 2018
What happened to Relay?
In recent years, Quinnipiac University’s annual Relay for Life event has seen a drop in participants and overall money raised. The walk was held on the Quad, Saturday Sept. 29. The eight-hour-long walk-a-thon sponsored by the American...
- Posted October 2, 2018
Critique your students’ work
Here is a list of things I believe professors should take into consideration for their classes. A professor or mentors honest feedback is just as important as the work itself. Next time your students hand something in,...
- Posted September 25, 2018
Quinnipiac Student Injured in Hit-and-Run
Reporting by Amanda Perelli and Jessica Ruderman Hamden Police Department is searching for the vehicle that injured a Quinnipiac student in a hit-and-run Tuesday night on Whitney Ave. The student suffered from non-life threatening injuries to her...
- Posted September 19, 2018
Student dies in biking accident
The Quinnipiac community is mourning the loss of sophomore philosophy major Anthony Massaro, 23, from Wethersfield, Connecticut. Massaro, known as Tony to friends and family, died Wednesday, Sept. 5, in an off-campus biking accident, according to an...
- Posted September 11, 2018
Person arrested on Mount Carmel campus
Hamden Police Department was called to Mount Carmel Ave. on Monday, Sept. 3 at 1:50 p.m. on reckless endangerment, according to a Hamden PD daily activity log. Josiah Chad Diaz-Cregan, an 18-year-old Meriden resident, was arrested for...
- Posted September 4, 2018
Sleeping Giant remains closed for start of semester
The fall semester is underway, but a staple of Quinnipiac culture is missing. The 32 miles of the Sleeping Giant park and trails are indefinitely closed, as well as surrounding areas near local businesses. On Tuesday, May...
- Posted August 28, 2018
Dear Journalism Students
Today’s Daily News layoff, of half the staff including editor-in-chief, Jim Rich, may have you believing that news is truly dying. But these drastic cuts are only preparing us – the media student, for the new wave...
- Posted July 23, 2018
‘No more silence, end gun violence’
‘Hey—hey ho—the NRA has got to go.’ If you’ve been paying attention to the news even a little this month, you’d know that this past Saturday, March 24th cities around the globe participated in the March for...
- Posted March 27, 2018