- Men’s basketball falls to Hartford
- Smaller budgets, fewer classes
- Student hockey tickets sell in record time
- La Salle rallies past men’s basketball
- Women’s basketball tops Hampton 87-59
- No. 5 women’s ice hockey defeats Union
- Fairfield tops men’s soccer in MAAC Semifinals
- Lights of Hope event brightens community
- Men’s basketball preps for CT 6
- University welcomes new fraternity
All posts by Christine Burroni
Degree of Separation?
“So, if you’re planning to get a Ph.D. in history, good luck finding a job.”
- Posted February 2, 2011
Morbid ad campaign doing more scaring than raising awareness
With Kim Kardashian posing dead for AIDS, a campaign backing a great cause is really a parent’s worst nightmare.
- Posted December 8, 2010
Latest cholera outbreak shows poor trend in public knowledge
It may be news to you, because it certainly was to me. Cholera is currently taking the lives of innocent people in Haiti.
- Posted November 17, 2010
Electives won’t bring you to career world
If we thought that coming to college was a dose of the real world, just wait until you actually graduate. Your “A” in Art 101 won’t get you too far.
- Posted October 27, 2010
GIRLS: follow these guidelines
Guidelines for girls to follow to prevent becoming the victim of sexual assault.
- Posted October 11, 2010
Since when can you major in ‘Jersey Shore’?
As intelligent and ambitious as Quinnipiac students may seem, it’s funny because the majority of students here should be receiving majors in Facebook and a minor in the Jersey Shore, because unfortunately that’s what we really study.
- Posted October 4, 2010
Make fitness a habit, not an obsession
This past week, while waiting for a fitness class that I regularly attend to start, I casually said to my friend how I’m “obsessed” with working out. As the music started her response was, “Well at least...
- Posted September 29, 2010
This work thing really cramped my summer style
Leaving Quinnipiac last May, I came home with many expectations and plans for my first summer back from college. Little did I know, my time off wouldn’t go according to plan.
- Posted September 15, 2010
‘My first year at Quinnipiac has been the best year of my life’
How many things can change in one year? Well for starters, I have a new address, new friends, new living situation, new workout schedule, and I guess in general, a new life.
- Posted April 28, 2010
‘Live and let live’
Walking out of Alumni Hall last Monday, April 5, everyone who came out to listen to Marc Elliot’s “What Makes you Tick” presentation had gained a new perspective of the word “tolerance” - not acceptance, but tolerance.
- Posted April 14, 2010
What’s your definition of success?
Starting at a very young age, the standard of success is preached to us by our parents, teachers and even the media: Graduate high school, go to college, get a stable job, get married, and have kids....
- Posted April 7, 2010
Do you know the price of beauty?
Within the past two weeks yet another VH1 reality TV show has been born. However this show isn’t about dating, weight loss, or talent, it’s surprisingly about the concept of beauty on an international level. What is...
- Posted March 31, 2010
Tiger’s apology still leaves him in woods
One woman's reaction to Tiger Wood's apology to his family, friends and fans.
- Posted February 19, 2010
Former skinhead is ‘living proof’
I left Alumni Hall Monday night in awe of what I had just heard. Out of complete curiosity, I had attended the Student Programming Board’s event, “Confessions of a Recovering Skinhead,” and not knowing what a “skinhead”...
- Posted February 17, 2010