- A new student barber in town
- Sal Nesci Jr. elected president of freshman class
- Azotam, Umar Shannon sign professional deals
- Taylor-made toughness
- Going Greek
- Stepping in
- A search continues
- Men’s soccer downs Providence 3-1
- Freshmen granted early express shuttle access
- MAAC basketball shows to air on ESPN3
All posts by Julia Perkins
Students deserve stimulating classes
It was nearly 8 a.m. and, yawning, I sat down in my usual desk, a few seats from the front of the room. I counted the number of other students around me. There were maybe 12 of...
- Posted September 11, 2014
A search continues
VP for student affairs position remains openThe national search for a candidate who will take on the vice president for student affairs position will begin this month. Executive Vice President and Provost Mark Thompson calls this one...
- Posted September 10, 2014
Chartwells adjusts meal plan
Last year when students ran out of meal plan money they had to scrounge up the extra cash to add onto their account, but this year may be different. Chartwells increased the amount of money on the...
- Posted August 27, 2014
Bomb threat delays third commencement ceremony
A bomb threat delayed the College of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony Sunday night, Hamden Police Sergeant John Riordan said. The ceremony, originally scheduled for 6 p.m., was moved to the TD Bank Sports Center on the...
- Posted May 18, 2014
Student falls on Sleeping Giant
A 19-year-old student fell on Sleeping Giant and was transported to the Yale-New Haven Hospital this afternoon, the Hamden Fire Department said. The student likely fractured her ankle and her injuries are “nothing life-threatening,” Fire Department Battalion...
- Posted May 7, 2014
Three arrested over weekend for marijuana possession
Hamden police arrested three students for possession of less than four ounces of marijuana, and students punched out more than 240 ceiling tiles in freshman residence halls, Chief of Public Safety David Barger said.
- Posted May 1, 2014
Fields of the future
Hamden Inland Wetland Commission rejects QU proposal to upgrade athletic fieldsFacilities will redesign its plans for new lacrosse, soccer and field hockey fields after the Hamden Inland Wetland Commission shot down approval of the university’s original design,...
- Posted May 1, 2014
Student commencement speakers announced
Criminal justice and political science major Steven Pflug, athletic training and physical therapy major Marissa Harper and marketing major Steven McSpiritt will be the student commencement speakers for graduation. Pflug said it was an honor to be...
- Posted May 1, 2014
Hamden Passes Moratorium on New Student-Housing Permits
Hamden will not issue new student-housing permits for one year, the Hamden Planning and Zoning Commission decided last week. Hamden property owners must get a student-housing permit before renting single-family homes to students. This means there will...
- Posted April 30, 2014
Kohle replaces Carroll as ‘Late Night’ host
Junior film, video and interactive media major Joe Kohle’s acting career began at age 11, when he played Teyve in a summer production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” But next semester, Kohle will take on a new...
- Posted April 23, 2014
Chartwells employees deserve appreciation
Like most students, eating Chartwells food is not my favorite part of attending Quinnipiac. However, I always enjoy going into Café Q or the Bobcat Den, more commonly called the Ratt, because the workers never cease to...
- Posted April 16, 2014
Alpha Delta Pi wins Greek Week Alpha Delta Pi won Greek Week Friday night after coming in second place in the lip sync competition and social media challenge. Beta Theta Pi took second place and Alpha...
- Posted April 9, 2014
Missing out on Easter
Limited holiday travel options for studentsUnlike students at other colleges, Quinnipiac students are lucky enough to have Good Friday off from classes. This allows some students to go home for the weekend to celebrate Easter with their...
- Posted April 5, 2014
ABL prepares for new Great Hunger exhibit
The An Gorta Mór Room in the Arnold Bernhard Library will temporarily close on April 3 to prepare for the Lady Sligo exhibit beginning on May 1. The letters of Lady Catherine Sligo, written from 1845 to...
- Posted April 2, 2014