- QU sues Hamden in appeal attempt
- Scott Burrell to be named Southern Connecticut State head coach
- Kricket launches new phone app
- McKenna takes on new position
- Amodio to serve as new athletic director
- University to request to build 300 beds
- McDonald to serve as UNE director of athletics
- Students to lose Internet for part of finals weekend
- Speaking up for the misrepresented
- Professors, students find course evaluations helpful
All posts by Erica Siciliano
This Is Me: More than a trip
It had only been a week since Jaime Mor landed in Jerusalem, Israel when he experienced something many only see on the news. The small neighborhood of Mamilla was under a terrorist attack. In a square only...
- Posted September 26, 2012
Fall Television Preview
With school in full swing and the leaves turning from green to red, it only means one thing, fall television is back and ready to help transport you away from your piles of school work into the...
- Posted September 12, 2012
WRECK: Live with Kelly and Michael
On Sept. 4, millions of stay-at-home moms tuned in to see who would sit in the empty chair once occupied by TV host Regis Philbin. Kelly walked herself out, gave a quick speech about the long and...
- Posted September 12, 2012
Let’s talk about sexts
If the acronyms TDTM or IWSN do not look familiar to you, then perhaps you have never experienced the technological foreplay also known as sexting. According to Urbandictionary.com, sexting is known as “the act of text messaging...
- Posted February 22, 2012
iPhone 4S gets ‘Siri-ous’
Apple released its newest iPhone upgrade, the iPhone 4S, which comes with a revamped voice recognition feature called Siri, which kept eager Apple users awake at 3 a.m. Oct. 7 waiting to preorder it.
- Posted October 19, 2011
REVIEW: Allen, Adams, 3OH!3 put on musical variety show
Boston’s Boy certainly delivered on Saturday night, as Student Programming Board’s annual fall concert kicked off at TD Bank Sports Center.
- Posted October 4, 2011
Sparks scores again with ‘Safe Haven’
The New York Times best-selling author Nicholas Sparks returns with another instant classic, “Safe Haven.” As Sparks’ 16th novel, he once again captures the hearts of readers in this instant love story about learning when it’s OK...
- Posted September 12, 2011
‘Water for Elephants’ chemistry disappoints
Forget about the blonde, beautiful Reese Witherspoon. In Robert Pattinson’s latest film, “Water for Elephants,” his chemistry instead sparks with a gray, wrinkly, three ton elephant named Rosie.
- Posted April 27, 2011
Britney revives pop roots in ‘Femme Fatale’
Dropping her seventh album, “Femme Fatale,” Britney Spears proves that she’s back and ready for action.
- Posted March 30, 2011
‘Antigone Project Revisited’ shows universal effects of war
The Quinnipiac Theater for Community presented “The Antigone Project Revisited” at the College of Arts and Sciences Black Box Theater Feb. 24-27.
- Posted March 2, 2011
‘I Heart Art’ brings creativity to light [Slideshow]
Quinnipiac students shined on Nov. 17 at Montage’s annual “I Heart Art” festival, held in the upper part of Café Q in the rotunda. The artwork varied from photographs to hand-drawn murals and portraits. The photos and...
- Posted November 30, 2010
BBM gets ‘Kik’ in the butt
The BBM messaging style has crossed over into the broader smartphone market, and Kik is the trailblazing pioneer.
- Posted November 10, 2010
Obama reaches out to students
President Barack Obama entered homes Thursday afternoon, answering questions from young Americans, giving attention to their apprehensions and curiosities.
- Posted October 19, 2010
Think outside the ‘idiot box’
So, what are you going to do with your life? It’s a question millions of teenagers struggle with every day. As college approaches, teens are forced to answer it. But unlike past generations, teenagers now have hundreds...
- Posted October 12, 2010