All posts by Katherine Rojas
Entrepreneur club host first Qstart fair
An idea can be the beginning of a successful company, or it can change the world. That’s the idea the Entrepreneurship Club wanted to showcase at its first Q-Start fair, as students and alumni presented their businesses...
- Posted April 16, 2014
Change in (mis)communication
How technology hides honestyTechnology may encourage people to connect, but how deep are these relationships tailored through screens? Studies show more than 4.75 billion content items are shared on Facebook every day, as well as more than...
- Posted April 15, 2014
‘Q-Start’ career fair
Students can attend the Entrepreneurship Club’s “Q-Start” event on April 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Carl Hansen Student Center Piazza, room SC 120 and gallery. The goal of the fair is to showcase...
- Posted April 2, 2014
Professor McLaughlin remembered
A foreign correspondent, well-respected faculty member and friend, Bill McLaughlin passed away from cardiac arrest on March 7 at 76 years old in a Waterbury hospital. He was visiting the United States from France, where he and...
- Posted March 26, 2014
Requirements for your resume
The job hunt begins with just about 80 days until graduation. Seniors, in addition to your thesis or capstone project, it’s time to work on your resume. In the words of Professor Joseph Catrino, “Your resume is...
- Posted February 26, 2014
Make time for free time
Living to be inspiredIt’s important to give your mind and body a break and enjoy some solitude. By living on campus, you are constantly reminded of school. The thought of studying or completing homework assignments can make...
- Posted January 29, 2014
Hamden police to conduct sobriety checkpoints
The Hamden Police Department will conduct sobriety checkpoints on Dec. 5 and Dec. 6 on various locations including Dixwell Avenue, Whitney Avenue, Skiff Street and Mix Avenue, according to a press release. The Hamden Police Department will...
- Posted December 4, 2013
Newspaper theft under investigation
The Chronicle was recently notified of several acts of newspaper theft throughout the university this afternoon. The Chronicle has filed a report with Public Safety, which will begin an investigation. Newspaper theft is a crime. Those who...
- Posted November 20, 2013
Lahey expects northern Hamden to become college town
As the university continues to grow, it’s creating “growing pains” for the town of Hamden, President John Lahey said. “Quinnipiac has had what I would say a hot and cold relationship with the town of Hamden over...
- Posted November 19, 2013
Job opportunities not as scarce as we think
Senior year. Now it’s time to improve your GPA to get the most cords at graduation. You continue to build strong, close relationships with professors who can become a job reference, or who can help you land...
- Posted November 13, 2013
How students, QU recovered from Hurricane Sandy
One year laterWhen Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast this time last year, Quinnipiac University was closed for a week. When all was said and done, the school was left to deal with power outages on the...
- Posted November 1, 2013
Letter from the Editor: Chronicle’s take on the Barnacle
You may have noticed a new publication floating around campus: “The Quinnipiac Barnacle.” While this publication has no relation to The Chronicle, we appreciate its humor and efforts in entertaining the Quinnipiac community with their satirical, creative...
- Posted September 11, 2013
QUEST mentoring program
Quinnipiac University Enriching Student Transitions (QUEST) mentoring program will be piloted for the 2013-2014 academic year, following the summer orientation led by the Department of Cultural and Global Engagement, according to MyQ. This program is an outlet...
- Posted September 3, 2013
Mount Carmel campus power outage
It will take up to two hours to restore power to the Mount Carmel Campus after a downed power line on New Road knocked out power to the campus around 1:30 p.m., according to John Morgan, associate...
- Posted August 28, 2013