All posts by Jeremy Stull

About Jeremy Stull

Opinion Editor
Twitter: @jpstull
Year: 2012
Major: History
Hometown: Lehman, Pa.
Dream Job: President of the United States Soccer Federation
  • Jeremy Stull: Responses make writing more exciting

    During my tenure as The Quinnipiac Chronicle’s Opinion Editor I was given free reign to write about what I wanted, and in any manner that I wanted, so long as it pertained to Quinnipiac. I wrote about...

    • Posted April 25, 2012
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  • Popping the ‘Quinnipiac Bubble’

    Last week, Chronicle Associate News Editor Katherine Rojas wrote a piece telling us that we can make it after graduation. Quinnipiac has definitely prepared its students, at least the ones I can vouch for, to become a...

    • Posted April 11, 2012
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  • Disappointing turn out for SGA Debates

    This past Monday night I attended the annual Student Government Association Executive Board debates. I was not required to be there as part of my SGA position, I was not there on behalf of a media group,...

    • Posted April 3, 2012
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  • Nicaragua: trip of a lifetime

    I spent my spring break on the Albert Schweitzer Institute Alternative Spring Break trip to Nicaragua. Contrary to popular belief, I am not about to quit all my other clubs and only talk about Nicaragua upon my...

    • Posted March 28, 2012
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  • Intellectual community not being utilized

    Two years ago, then Student Government Association President Lou Venturelli asked me how we could create an intellectual community at Quinnipiac. I told him to put more benches on the quad. We never got any benches, so...

    • Posted March 7, 2012
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  • Leveling the playing field

    Walking together to the Arnold Bernhard Library, it is an ordinary week day for senior Ashley Gradwell and junior Caitlyn Hannum. Without skipping a beat, the couple breaks off their conversation and part ways – but not...

    • Posted March 7, 2012
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  • What do I want? Beer. When do I want it? On Sundays.

    Quinnipiac students are all too aware of the archaic and outdated laws that govern alcohol sales in Connecticut. No sales after 9 p.m., no sales on Sundays and no sales on Mondays after holidays. Something that all...

    • Posted February 28, 2012
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  • A game for a lifetime

    When watching the final round of golf in this weekend’s PGA Tour Northern Trust Open, I was reminded of why I love the sport so much. It was a fantastic tournament with many golfers in contention in...

    • Posted February 21, 2012
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  • Quinnipiac overstepping its boundaries

    When Quinnipiac’s Special Permit and Site Plan Application 06-1096/WS on April 10, 2007, it was under the pretense that the people living there would be considered on-campus residents and not commuters. In a January 2012 memo, Assistant...

    • Posted February 15, 2012
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  • QU overstepping its boundaries

    When Quinnipiac gained special permits to build the York Hill campus before its opening in fall of 2009, it was under the pretense that the people living there would be considered on-campus residents and not commuters. The...

    • Posted February 15, 2012
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  • The ends do not justify the means

    Stephen A. Schwarzman and Nancy G. Brinker have been announced as the commencement speakers for the class of 2012 graduation. The QU administration said it was difficult to find either two comparable speakers for each ceremony or...

    • Posted February 7, 2012
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  • We should not attack Iran

    There is dangerous rhetoric circulating American society at the moment. There is a subconscious idea that one’s problems can all be washed away once the blame is placed on “those people.” Who those people are differs from...

    • Posted February 1, 2012
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  • My Granite State experience

    I noticed two very telling things during my time making phone calls to residents on behalf of the campaign, and knocking on doors to gather voter data and advocate for Paul and waving signs on street corners...

    • Posted January 25, 2012
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  • Too much weight put on tests

    This semester, more than any other at Quinnipiac, my finals are based on papers or projects rather than exams. That makes me happier than I think I can adequately express.

    • Posted December 7, 2011
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