- A Hamden ‘hero’
- SURVIVOR: Spring Break
- Column: Women’s basketball team could benefit from Cinderella effect
- School of Business to start microlending program
- University provides gender-neutral bathrooms across three campuses
- Student Government Association plans policy changes
- Baker Dunleavy named new men’s basketball coach
- QTHON raises record amount at annual fundraiser
- Quinnipiac introduces Baker Dunleavy as men’s basketball coach
- South Carolina ends Quinnipiac’s tournament run in Sweet 16
All posts by Jeremy Stull
JoePa had to go
As an avid football fan and one of the few Pennsylvania natives at Quinnipiac, I was asked many times over for my thoughts on the firing of Penn State Head Football Coach Joe Paterno and the entire...
- Posted November 16, 2011
Ron Paul says government intervention to blame for high tuition and debt
Dr. Ron Paul, Congressman from Texas and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, has a plan to rein in this problem. Libertarian policies, which are the policies that Paul both practices and preaches, are difficult to explain in our...
- Posted November 9, 2011
An unwinnable fight
The fight is already lost if we try to fight with Fox News.
- Posted November 1, 2011
We will not settle for adequacy
Last week Dr. Phil Brewer of Student Health Services at Quinnipiac wrote a letter expressing his displeasure with our verbiage in our story on the new hours of the health center at York Hill. While not explicitly...
- Posted October 31, 2011
Unfortunately, it’s Romney
I feel like it is time for a political update. The difficulty I am having in mobilizing Quinnipiac students on a very small scale for local campaigns kind of shows the attitude on campus. So here is...
- Posted October 25, 2011
Women’s rugby win streak snapped by Vassar
Women’s Rugby fell for MetNY foe, Vassar College, 38-5 on Saturday afternoon.
- Posted October 8, 2011
A game for hooligans
As a person who spent a few months in Wales, doing research on Welsh nationalism and the historiography of rugby in Wales, this Sunday was an exciting day for me. It was the first ever home game...
- Posted October 5, 2011
Don’t be quick to judge your organization
The advice that naturally follows my point is that some good old fashion sticktoitiveness would go a long way for a lot of people. Including myself.
- Posted September 28, 2011
Fantasy football: An unlikely source of expression
Fantasy football is a way of life. For me, it makes watching otherwise unimportant games on a Sunday afternoon that much more exciting. Football purists may not like it, saying it takes away from the heart of...
- Posted September 11, 2011
Republican rhetoric reaction
For political junkies like me, primary debates are always a ton of fun. Wednesday night’s Republican Primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Library did not disappoint.
- Posted September 8, 2011
North Haven shuttles a need
College campuses have a reputation for being places that reek of apathy for anything outside of their bubbles. It is a nice feeling, to know that you can be really self-contained in a safe environment that lets...
- Posted September 7, 2011
Politicians playing with fire
Over the summer, there was a media firestorm around the decision facing Washington to either raise the debt ceiling or default on the financial responsibilities of our country.
- Posted August 31, 2011
No dancing in the streets
Osama bin Laden is dead, but there is still rampant hate for American policy and action on a global scale. Al-Qaida will continue operations within radicalized sects of the Muslim world and continue to attempt to branch...
- Posted May 4, 2011
Reallocate Campus Ministry funds
Here at the non-religious affiliated Quinnipiac University we have a Campus Ministry office, run by a Catholic chaplain, Father Hugh Vincent Dyer. While every organization except WQAQ and the Student Government Association was ousted from their student...
- Posted April 27, 2011