All posts by Hannah Schindler
Take advantage of your time
As a design major, I had no idea what student organization would give me real design experience. Walking up and down aisles of the Involvement Fair, I spotted The Chronicle and remembered someone telling me that newspapers...
- Posted May 4, 2016
Try something different after graduation
“How’s the job search? Have you heard back from anywhere? Got any interviews? These are all questions second-semester seniors seem to get asked every other second of the day. It feels like applying to college all over...
- Posted March 30, 2016
Liven up your classroom
Have you ever been in a class and zoned out for 20 minutes without realizing it? It can be the most frustrating thing when you are trying so hard to pay attention, but you just can’t seem...
- Posted December 9, 2015
The lovely Quinnipiac shuttle
The Quinnipiac shuttle. Oh, the Quinnipiac shuttle. I think everyone has a few stories about the Quinnipiac shuttle. My story is probably like every other QU student’s tale. So here it goes: My roommates and I went...
- Posted October 14, 2015
May Weekend Preparation
- Posted April 23, 2015
Lip Sync 2015
Fraternity and sorority members danced and sang the evening away at Saturday’s lip sync. Kappa Delta and Phi Gamma Delta won the lip sync competition with Pi Beta Phi and Pi Kappa Phi taking second and Sigma...
- Posted April 15, 2015
Don’t stress about housing selection process
Oh the dreadful housing process. No one enjoys it, but like it or not, it has to be done. Every year you cross your fingers in hopes of getting a low lottery number. Trying to rally up...
- Posted March 31, 2015
Take advantage of all you’re offered
A few weeks ago I was selected to attend the Associated College Press and College Media Association’s semi-annual student media conference. When I thought about applying, I initially thought, “This is dumb. I’m not even a journalist....
- Posted November 18, 2014
Enjoying the Hill
Last year, the thought of living up on York Hill seemed like a miserable experience. I would hear people walking down the hall or in the café complaining about how horrible it was to wait for the...
- Posted October 7, 2014
A different type of experience
There are many ways to spend your summer days. Last summer was my second summer working as a camp counselor. Most would think this is just like every other hourly job where you show up, work for...
- Posted August 27, 2014
Strict requirements on core classes
In QU 101, professors stress how important it is to take a lot of different classes, not just the ones directly related to your major. They say this makes you a more “well-rounded” individual. I completely agree...
- Posted October 17, 2013