- Quinnipiac volleyball staff fired after 9-21 season
- Murphy’s Law: What the Quinnipiac men’s ice hockey team should be thankful for
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball drops home opener to Hartford, 68-54
- BREAKING: Finance chair Thomas Coe confronted by anti-child abuse activist, on leave from the university
- An Election Reflection
- Nation to Campus: Subjectivity and the Constitution
- Wasteful ways
- Students struggles at the polls
- So long, Rick Grimes?
- Will Part Time get the recognition they deserve?
All posts by Josh Brewer
Falling chair strikes student
A student was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital after she was struck in the head by a falling chair on Nov. 9 in Westview on the York Hill campus. The 20-year-old student from Massachusetts, who remains unidentified,...
- Posted November 20, 2013
Library to feature coffee, snack vending machines
Long nights at the library without caffeine or snacks are a common problem for students writing a report or cramming for an exam. For the past four years, the Student Government Association has been working with...
- Posted November 1, 2013
Barbecue joint back on Whitney
Bubba’s BBQ on Whitney Avenue officially opened its doors for business on Oct. 11. The new food joint took the place of Griff’s Chicken Shack and features an expansive menu featuring a wide variety of wings,...
- Posted October 28, 2013
Game room comes to Commons
A new recreational room will soon be in operation in Commons residence hall, one of the most populated freshmen dorms, according Residential Life. The converted common room will feature a Pac Man machine, Dance Revolution machine, air...
- Posted October 4, 2013
Chartwells increases prices
Chartwells has taken heat from students regarding its high prices and quality of food. This summer, Chartwells increased its prices four percent, according to Associate Director of Dining Services Leean Spalding. The increase was based on the...
- Posted September 19, 2013
9/11: Recollection of a tragic day
Sept. 11, for me, is a tale of two stories. At the time, I was in second grade at a small private school in Queens, N.Y., about a 35-minute subway ride from the World Trade Center. We...
- Posted September 12, 2013
Chartwells introduces new omelette station
With incoming classes larger by the year, long lines at Mount Carmel Dining Hall are the norm; especially during breakfast hours. In response to the demand, Chartwells introduced Breakfast All Day, a new omelet station. “Over the...
- Posted September 12, 2013
MBA Students travel to Hungary
This summer, 13 students in the master of business administration (MBA) program traveled to Hungary to meet with business and government leaders in hopes of learning the differences between corporations in and outside of the United States....
- Posted September 6, 2013
School of Medicine nearly complete
Approximately 75 percent of the new building on the North Haven campus is fully constructed to hold the School of Medicine, Dean of the School of Medicine Bruce Koeppen said. Faculty will begin moving into the new...
- Posted February 12, 2013
Socrates Cafe discusses genetic engineering
Socrates Café, in conjunction with Students of Philosophical Hypothesis in Academia (SOPHIA), Quinnipiac’s philosophy club, held a joint meeting Nov. 28 in the College of Arts and Sciences to discuss genetic engineering, its possible benefits and its...
- Posted December 5, 2012
Hamden PD warns against jaywalking
In a response to student-related incidents over the past decade while crossing Whitney Avenue, the Hamden Police Department and Quinnipiac’s Department of Public Safety have been working to increase awareness when crossing the busy intersection. Jaywalking is...
- Posted November 14, 2012
Quinnipiac, Chartwells introduce new Tapingo app
As of Monday, students and faculty are able to purchase food at the Bobcat Den in a new way. Chartwells, in conjunction with Tapingo, have created an iPhone and Android app that allows you to order on...
- Posted October 17, 2012
Sophomore starts petition for Metro-North station in Queens
When the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) proposed an expansion of the Metro-North New Haven Line that extends through Queens, N.Y., sophomore political science major Ali Fadil took notice. The half-resident, half-commuter from Whitestone, N.Y., travels via Metro-North...
- Posted October 10, 2012
Student Affairs, Administration update Title IX policy
This past summer, members of Student Affairs created new and improved rules regarding Title IX. Contrary to popular belief, Title IX, the law that prohibits sex discrimination, does not only apply to situations on the playing field....
- Posted September 26, 2012