All posts by Emily DiSalvo

About Emily DiSalvo

  • It’s time for change – PERIOD.

    A passerby strolling the sidewalks may have heard an unusual chant emanating from the New Haven Green Saturday, Oct. 19. “We are the menstrual movement! Say it with me! We are the menstrual movement,” chanted Mariam Khan,...

    • Posted October 22, 2019
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  • Funding the future

    The Development and Alumni Affairs Department at Quinnipiac University is raising money for an unrestricted Quinnipiac Fund that will be used to carry out the university-wide strategic plan, according to Director of Annual Giving Andrew Bernstein. Bernstein...

    • Posted October 22, 2019
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  • Remembering America’s moral compass

    Elijah Cummings is the embodiment of what America should stand for. He is the man reminding us that it is better to listen than to talk. He reminds us that we should choose our words carefully and...

    • Posted October 22, 2019
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  • Brantley Gilbert tames his wild side

    Brantley Gilbert’s new album “Fire and Brimstone” shows a mature and nurturing side that one can only explain as a necessity of being a husband and a father. While he was previously known for songs like “Bottoms...

    • Posted October 16, 2019
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  • Swimsuits and lawsuits

    Vomit splattered across the stage, water splashed into the stands and baby carrots were thrown. And thrown again. The Quinnipiac Theater Department immersed the students, faculty, staff and families in “Red Speedo,” the story of an Olympic-bound...

    • Posted October 15, 2019
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  • Beyond the job description

    Megan Taylor was sitting at a table at the front of her chemistry class Sept. 18, when she noticed her professor acting strangely. “One of the students went up to ask him a question, and he just...

    • Posted October 15, 2019
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  • Pleasantly surprised

    Last spring, I wrote a stinging rebuke of the dining hall. I accused the sushi station of cross-contamination, global create of discrimination and G-8 of being similar to Brett Kavanaugh. But the press is powerful and bad...

    • Posted October 9, 2019
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  • Housing selection switch-up

    Bobcats are only two months into the fall semester, but QU’s Office of Residential Life is already asking students to make plans for next year. Sophomores received an email from Melissa Kardipis, associate director of residential life,...

    • Posted October 8, 2019
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  • The ‘I-word’

    House Democrats have deemed President Donald Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian president concerning enough to open an impeachment inquiry, but some Quinnipiac students are uncertain how this investigation is any different than the previous ones. “Knowing...

    • Posted October 1, 2019
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  • QU cleans house while forging ahead

    The $3.2 million slash to the budget is a good opportunity to clean house and reassess priorities at Quinnipiac University, according to President Judy Olian and other administrators. The university asked deans and other unit heads to...

    • Posted September 18, 2019
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  • Quinnipiac to make budget cuts totaling over $3 million

    Budget cuts totalling $3.2 million are bearing down upon Quinnipiac, leaving no department or school unscathed. Interim Provost Jennifer Brown announced the total amount of cuts, which account for about 3.93% of the operating budget, at a...

    • Posted September 11, 2019
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  • Unsure about Sherman

    I’ve been dreading taking my fine art credit ever since I sat down at that painful hour-long stress-fest at orientation in which freshmen plan their schedules. That’s when I learned that on top of my major classes,...

    • Posted September 4, 2019
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  • New Haven to North Haven

    Lisa Rebeschi spent her last 27 years at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU), but she had always been admiring Quinnipiac from afar. “Being so close, always aware of the programs at Quinnipiac,” Rebeschi said. “And really being...

    • Posted September 3, 2019
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  • Success in the city

    W. Eric Sykes left Boston to become the Bobcat charged with leading Quinnipiac into its next chapter of student enrollment and admissions. “I am extremely proud to be joining Quinnipiac University as the vice president of enrollment...

    • Posted August 27, 2019
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