All posts by Joe Pelletier

  • Soccer ties Loyola in home opener

    Quinnipiac's home opener on Monday was a dead heat against the Loyola Greyhounds. The scoreless game did have two casualties, however, as Fabricio Silva and Philip Suprise were injured during the game.

    • Posted April 29, 2009
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  • QU’s instrumental crew

    "Here we go Bobcats! Here we go!" cried Information Systems Management professor Bruce White, tuba in tow, at the women's lacrosse game. "Come on, Bruce. We're destroying them," sophomore Michel Coutermarsh retorted, drawing chuckles from spectators. Such is the...

    • Posted April 29, 2009
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  • ‘Father Jon’ to leave Quinnipiac

    Father Jonathan Kalisch has packed his things and headed north, as he finished up his time as Quinnipiac's Catholic chaplain earlier this week. He announced at mass in Alumni Hall on Sunday that he will become the...

    • Posted April 29, 2009
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  • Library prints to cost 5 cents per page

    Students will now pay 5 cents per page to print in the Arnold Bernhard Library, a 5-cent raise from last year's price. Students were provided 550 free pages in the 2008-2009 academic year, then charged 10 cents...

    • Posted April 29, 2009
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  • Judge orders volleyball reinstatement

    After cutting Quinnipiac's women's volleyball team in April, President John Lahey and Quinnipiac University had their feet put to the fire by the ACLU in regards to Title IX noncompliance. And while Lahey told The Quinnipiac Chronicle...

    • Posted April 29, 2009
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  • Campus under construction

    Highlighting the campus construction projects is the new Cafe Q, which is only partially finished. Construction will continue through to the spring semester, and the main entrance of the Student Center will be blocked off throughout the...

    • Posted April 29, 2009
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  • Possible overhaul for diversity, inclusion

    The Office of Multicultural Affairs is a lonely place nowadays, according to student worker Aris Mantopolous. Since the departure of Tyrone Black, former director of multicultural affairs, the phone rarely rings and company is hard to come...

    • Posted April 8, 2009
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  • Not the best of phones, not the worst

    The Touch Diamond by HTC was my first encounter with a touch-screen phone, and the first few days were a bit awkward. I struggled with the stylus, and the technological aspects were a bit over my head. But...

    • Posted April 8, 2009
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  • Laptop thefts ‘not unusual’

    Three cases of laptop theft have occurred on the Mount Carmel campus in the spring 2009 semester, but according to Chief of Security John Twining, there is no serious need to worry. "This is not something where I'm...

    • Posted April 1, 2009
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  • Venturelli wins presidency

    During the SGA campaign process, Louis Venturelli spoke again and again of his experience, from his work with Residence Hall Council to his managerial position at Coldstone Creamery. Well now, he has another title to add to his...

    • Posted April 1, 2009
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  • Let’s not lose sight of our mission

    Question: What year do you consider a student with junior credits? Answer: The sensible answer would be a junior. But according to Residential Life, not necessarily. I find myself in this situation, as I entered Quinnipiac with quite a...

    • Posted March 25, 2009
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  • Sports Center new setting for Commencement

    The TD Banknorth Sports Center will play host to Quinnipiac's Commencement ceremonies starting in 2010, according to Lynn Bushnell, vice president for public affairs. Along with the change of scenery, Quinnipiac will be holding two ceremonies. One will...

    • Posted March 4, 2009
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  • Former president deems SGA ‘lackluster’

    "Lackluster" was the word former SGA president Thomas Fortunato used to describe the current administration yesterday at the weekly student government meeting. Fortunato, a 2002 graduate, spoke to the administration during their Feb. 18 meeting. "It seems like the...

    • Posted February 25, 2009
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  • Degree, college phased out at QU

    America's troubled economy has hit home again at Quinnipiac University, and its latest victim is the College of Professional Studies. After losing upwards of $50 million because of America's financial woes, Quinnipiac has begun taking steps to tighten...

    • Posted February 18, 2009
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