- Grandniece of Irish artist John Mulvany speaks at Great Hunger Museum
- Quinnipiac makes strides for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month
- From classroom to candidacy
- Getting back to work
- That “Venice” Bitch
- The wrath of Bell
- Off the beaten path
- Chuck of all trades
- Magic on the court
- Bobcats Around the World: Footy phenom
All posts by David Friedlander
Senior Send-off: David Friedlander
The Quinnipiac Chronicle is more than a weekly newspaper. Yes, The Chronicle is a source of news, sports and culture in our community, but the principles of the organization expand far beyond its content. The Chronicle is...
- Posted May 2, 2018
BREAKING: SGA Grievances Halt Exec Board Election Results
Student Government Association (SGA) election results for the Executive Board are being delayed due to multiple grievances filed by candidates just moments before the final counts were set to be released. Grievances were filed for SGA President,...
- Posted April 4, 2018
Sophomore Class President Chris Montalvo steps down
President of the Class of 2020 Chris Montalvo stepped down on Monday, Nov. 13 due to personal reasons amid alleged conduct issues. SGA Vice President for Public Relations Victoria Johnson said Montalvo explained to the executive board...
- Posted November 14, 2017
Controversial remarks result in impeachment for Sophomore Class President Chris Montalvo
By David Friedlander & Victoria Simpri Sophomore Class President Chris Montalvo was censured and impeached due to his comments at the “Your Voice, Our Quinnipiac” event sponsored by the Student Government Association and the Multicultural Student Leadership...
- Posted October 31, 2017
Lock your car
Last Thursday, I returned to my car after a day of classes to see the contents of my glove compartment thrown throughout the passenger side of my car. My car was burglarized. I searched my car to...
- Posted February 8, 2017
Q&A with Scott McClean on the presidential election
Political science professor Scott McLean gives his thoughts on the millennial vote and the impact their vote has on the election. In addition, he provides his prediction for Connecticut’s outcome on Election Day. Regarding the millennial vote…...
- Posted November 2, 2016
L’Shana Tova, but you can’t have the recipe
“No, I’m sorry, I can’t tell you what’s in this salad dressing. It’s my husband’s great grandmother’s recipe.” This is a direct quote…almost…of what I heard at my dining room table during Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new...
- Posted October 12, 2016
University hires former New Haven Police Chief
Former New Haven police chief Dean Esserman stepped down from his post on Sept. 7 following disciplinary leave, which started in July and transitioned to paid sick leave on August 16. His resignation was a mutual agreement between...
- Posted September 20, 2016
QU does not have to be a safety school
Quinnipiac University, or should I say Quinnipiac university, is at a pivotal point in its expansion and growth. It is my understanding that the lowercase “u” in the new logo was in an attempt to put is...
- Posted September 2, 2016
Don’t delete your opportunities
Just about every week, we get emails from our advisors, professors and department heads informing us of various opportunities. The vast majority of us, it seems, quickly click the delete button. Why would we take any second...
- Posted April 15, 2016
Students raise money for QTHON in creative ways
Andrew Geller, Junior How much: I raised $350 How: Almost 100 percent through social media posting. I also came up with the idea to sell a Yale ticket and give the funds to QTHON. That ended up...
- Posted March 8, 2016
Trump is brilliant
Let me start by giving you a little background…I am just about to complete the Presidential Campaigns class with Professor McLean. In fact, I am writing this article on Monday night from the comfort of my full-size...
- Posted February 11, 2016
Hilltop lot parking problems increase
Students with legitimate Hilltop parking decals are frustrated due to the lack of available parking spots. Throughout the semester, many students have been wrongfully parking in the Hilltop parking lot on the Mount Carmel campus, according to...
- Posted December 16, 2015
In honor of Veterans Day on Wednesday, Public Safety Officer Kevin Devaney decorated the Mount Carmel bookstore display windows with hundreds of pieces of military history. With more than 20 uniforms, 19 helmets and a plethora of...
- Posted November 11, 2015