All posts by Editorial
Turning outrage into impact
One Snapchat; more than 31,000 shares on Facebook; seven news stories; three official press releases from university governing bodies; and one student no longer a member of the Quinnipiac community; all within a span of 24 hours....
- Posted November 7, 2016
Editorial: Anybody but Trump
Throughout the 87 years of The Quinnipiac Chronicle’s existence, the editorial board has never taken a stance in a presidential election to our knowledge. While various members have shared personal opinions about specific political issues in the...
- Posted November 2, 2016
Security’s lack of communication indefensible
Two issues ago, Chief of Security and Safety John Twining said that, to his knowledge, there were zero incidents in the York Hill parking garage. One issue ago, junior Gina Curcio told The Chronicle that, during the first...
- Posted November 4, 2009
Letterman incident confirms importance of being informed
Knowledge is the cornerstone of every university. It is knowledge that inspires classes and enhances personality. Knowledge is a money maker and a tool for longevity. Knowledge does good things. But the opposite holds equally true. A lack of...
- Posted October 21, 2009