All posts by Jennie Torres
‘Celebration of life’ honors Jackie Gray
Passion and love flourished in the Burt Kahn Court on Nov. 5 when the Quinnipiac cheerleading teams united to perform in a showcase to honor Quinnipiac student Jacqueline Gray. Gray died on July 4, 2016 as a...
- Posted November 12, 2016
Befriend your rival
Have you ever gotten that sinking feeling in your stomach when you discover your classmate has never received a grade lower than a 90, while you constantly struggle to achieve a solid B? Have you ever noticed...
- Posted November 10, 2016
Remembering the life of Dean Kevin Basmadjian
“Make it a great day.” This was an expression that the Dean of the School of Education Kevin Basmadjian would often say, living life to the fullest and encouraging others to do the same even despite the...
- Posted November 2, 2016
Dean of School of Education dies at 51
Quinnipiac lost a fellow member of their community when the Dean of the School of Education Kevin Basmadjian died due to illness on Sunday, Oct. 23, according to a statement released by Associate Vice President for Public...
- Posted October 27, 2016
Department of psychology switches to Bachelor of Science
Students pursuing a psychology major at Quinnipiac would normally receive a Bachelor of Arts degree by the time they graduate. However, the department of psychology recently replaced the B.A. degree with a Bachelor of Science degree, which...
- Posted October 20, 2016
Teach-in discusses ‘Race in America’
Students, faculty and staff crowded the Carl Hansen Student Center Piazza on Sept. 29 for a teach-in on ‘Race in America.’ The event was supported by the Collaborative for Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies in the College of Arts and...
- Posted October 5, 2016
Capitalize. This. U.
A petition called, “Revise the New Quinnipiac University Logo” was created on Sep. 11 using the website Change.org in order to present the university with how many people are displeased with the new university logo and wish...
- Posted September 21, 2016
Socrates Cafe founder visits QU
Curiosity is a quality within all of us that seems to wear out as we grow older. People seem to have become more vetted in their way of thinking and it’s a good time for society to...
- Posted September 14, 2016
Engineering ninth school added to university
The Department of Engineering now has an official school of its own, making it the ninth school at Quinnipiac university. This recent addition was implemented by the university administration in consultation with faculty and deans during the...
- Posted September 7, 2016
Cafe Q renovates dining halls
Café Q, otherwise known as the Mount Carmel dining hall, received several major renovations this year to improve the overall appeal for its students and staff, according to the District Manager of Chartwells Dining Services Chuck Couture....
- Posted September 7, 2016
Alpha Sigma Phi to join Greek life fall 2016
Fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi plans to make its mark on campus beginning fall 2016. While it may be new to Quinnipiac, it already has a long and progressive history throughout the nation. Representative of Alpha Sigma Phi...
- Posted May 4, 2016
Beta Theta Pi raises $3,300 for Cancer Research
Fraternity Beta Theta Pi proved once again that their drive to help can be done through the power of comedy. Beta Theta Pi hosted their second annual “Stand Up Against Cancer” event on April 21 to raise...
- Posted April 27, 2016
Dancing through Burt Kahn
The Frozen Four game didn’t stop the Quinnipiac Ballroom Society (QBS) and their professor counterparts from dancing the night away at the fifth annual Dancing with the QU Stars event Saturday night in Burt Kahn. The event...
- Posted April 12, 2016
SLJ Club hosts discussion about the transgender community
The Society, Life and Justice Club hosted an event called Transform your Mind on March 30 to initiate an open discussion with students about the transgender community. The president of the club, Tori Eigner, and vice...
- Posted April 1, 2016