- Anything but ‘silence’
- Travel adventures
- QU to consider restructuring UC requirements
- Freshman starts African Students Association
- Men’s ice hockey preps for NCAA Tournament
- Women’s basketball readies for second NCAA Tournament
- Braving the shave
- Union downs men’s ice hockey to force Game 3
- Women’s ice hockey readies for NCAA Tournament
- Judge denies former TKE member’s injunction
All posts by Lauren Epifanio
Residents take root at York Hill
Students kept digging at York Hill on Friday afternoon, planting trees to celebrate Arbor Day. Twenty-nine members of Students for Environmental Action, faculty and student volunteers planted 22 trees around the hilly campus, such as paper birch,...
- Posted May 2, 2012
Campuses anticipate 2012 May Weekend
After a semester of classes and homework, many students on both Quinnipiac campuses anticipate the upcoming weekend as a way to relax before closing out the school year with finals. Friday begins the celebration of May Weekend...
- Posted April 24, 2012
QU wins the community service award for a second year
For two consecutive years, Quinnipiac University has been recognized by The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its various community service projects, which students, faculty and staff participate in. The program has honored the university...
- Posted April 24, 2012
Security to wheel out new bikes
Last semester it was new SUVs, a few weeks ago it was new shuttles, and soon security guards are expected to be seen traveling by new bicycles. Purchased last month, each bicycle will be equipped with security...
- Posted April 11, 2012
RHC hosts Roommate Challenge
The Residence Hall Council challenged students to sit back-to-back, faced with simple yet specific questions about people they have known for the past seven months, or for the past two, three, or almost four years, initiating the...
- Posted April 2, 2012
Spring breakers spend day doing good
With the frustration of winter and the semester dragging on and summer soon in sight, many students were eager to take a break from reality and enjoy their spring break. On the other hand, seniors Danielle Cascerceri,...
- Posted March 28, 2012
For some students, changing the password to their MyQ account was easy, but for others they were alarmed and confused as to why they could not access their account. Users who neglected to make the changes encountered...
- Posted March 7, 2012
SGA aims to extend RTSC hours
For those York Hill residents who are frustrated with the limited hours of the Rocky Top Student Center, now is the time for students to voice their concerns. Heidi Hitchen, a junior class representative for Student Government...
- Posted February 22, 2012
Adjunct professor’s super “Powers”
While most college students go to the Dominican Republic for vacation and pleasure, Quinnipiac Adjunct Public Relations Professor John Powers takes students to help parts of the country most Americans never see. For the past 22 years,...
- Posted February 15, 2012
Quinnipiac forces students to change password
Quinnipiac introduced a new policy Feb. 1, requiring students to change their MyQ password every 180 days to keep up with university audit requirements. After three years of drafting, Information Security Officer Brian Kelly completed the “Password...
- Posted February 8, 2012