- My QU 301 experience in the DR
- Students to attend World Summit
- Enterprise on the rise
- Women’s ice hockey preps for Hockey East foes
- Women’s basketball wins sixth straight over Manhattan
- Men’s basketball falls to Rider
- McLean ruled ineligible for remainder of season
- University reaches settlement in Americans with Disabilities case
- Saint Peter’s halts men’s basketball’s three-game winning streak
- Rock bottom
All posts by Bryan Lipiner
McLean ruled ineligible for remainder of season
Men’s basketball guard Giovanni McLean has been ruled ineligible for the remainder of the 2014-15 season, according to Vice President for Public Affairs Lynn Bushnell. “The NCAA has granted a partial waiver supporting the university’s decision to...
- Posted January 15, 2015
Images from Sigma Tau Delta, WQAQ’s Rap Battle
- Posted November 18, 2014
Medical director: Ebola protocol in place
University prepares for possible Ebola outbreakAlthough there have only been two confirmed cases of Ebola and one death in the United States, there is a protocol set in case a Quinnipiac student were to become infected, according...
- Posted October 22, 2014
Your health is everything
Too many college students neglect their health. They believe they can eat fast food on a regular basis and spend little time being physically active. These factors can contribute to health problems in the immediate future and...
- Posted October 14, 2014
Public safety shouldn’t carry arms
I don’t like guns. I don’t believe that any person at any time should be able to purchase a gun. I don’t go for the saying “Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” While school shootings have...
- Posted September 2, 2014
NHL’s Sabres acquire Samuels-Thomas
The NHL’s Buffalo Sabres have acquired former Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey forward Jordan Samuels-Thomas from the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, the team announced Wednesday. As a...
- Posted July 10, 2014
Five professors reinstated, AAUP “watching” university
Five of the 16 professors laid off last month have been reinstated, the New Haven Register reported Friday night. Sixteen professors were laid off in May from “areas of declining enrollment.” Dates of the reinstatements are currently...
- Posted June 7, 2014
Van Brabant signing reaps positives and negatives
Bryce Van Brabant is about to write a new chapter in the book of Quinnipiac hockey history. Signed by the Calgary Flames following Quinnipiac’s 4-0 loss to Providence in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Van...
- Posted April 2, 2014
Healthy Samuels-Thomas will be key for Bobcats
They’re gonna need him this weekend. No, I’m not talking about Hobey Baker candidates Connor and Kellen Jones. Or ECAC Hockey goals against average leader Michael Garteig. I’m talking about Jordan Samuels-Thomas, a senior who will be...
- Posted March 11, 2014
Late night laughs
Kevin Carroll teams up with Q30 to create Quinnipiac's first late-night showKevin Carroll stands atop the piazza of the Carl Hansen Student Center. Sporting a pinstripe black suit and a pair of charcoal and neon green suede...
- Posted February 25, 2014
Bring back Flappy Bird
Popular game pulled from storesIt was available for iPhone since May 13, 2013, but it didn’t surge in popularity until recent weeks. It featured a “comic book” map, green pipes and cartoon characters. It wasn’t Super Mario...
- Posted February 24, 2014
Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey falls to Colgate
After a pair of losses at home coming from the hands of Cornell and Colgate, the Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey team is beginning to find itself in rough waters. In front of 3,554 at TD Bank Sports...
- Posted February 22, 2014
Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey wins second straight
It wasn’t how Quinnipiac coach Rand Pecknold drew up his 700th game behind the bench. The 20th-year coach saw his team lose its early two-goal lead on a pair of second period Clarkson scores. Quinnipiac, however, would...
- Posted February 8, 2014
Tumbling into the spotlight
The Quinnipiac acrobatics & tumbling team entered its 2014 season on a different note compared to years’ past. The Bobcats went 5-3 in 2013, later advancing to the National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association championships, eventually falling...
- Posted February 5, 2014