- 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?
- ‘Lotta ties, lotta ties’
- Crossing the line
All posts by Marissa Himbele
With SGA and SPB, The Price is Right
Student Government Association and Student Programming Board teamed up to create the sophomore-hosted event, “The Price is Right: QU Edition.”
- Posted November 14, 2011
QU to host media conference
Students will have a say in who and what they will find at Quinnipiac’s first-ever media conference in the spring.
- Posted September 28, 2011
Going international: Quinnipiac Irish Club hosts concert
As Diversity Week ended, Quinnipiac’s Irish Club celebrated the traditional Irish way – with live music.
- Posted September 23, 2011
Get QU to the Greek
Rush Week, which for the first time lasted two weeks, helped Kyle Lewis and other Greek organizations begin recruiting. Students also benefited because there were more opportunities to meet or revisit chapter events.
- Posted September 21, 2011
Admissions hires more work-study students, cuts hours
Despite not yet reaching the maximum allowed hours, Quinnipiac work-study students in the admissions office are experiencing significant cuts in their assigned hours as the year ends.
- Posted May 4, 2011
As year ends, work-study max amount looms
Freshmen can earn a maximum of $2,000 a year through the federal work-study program, Senior Director of Financial Aid Dominic Yoia said. Upperclassmen can earn $2,200.
- Posted April 20, 2011
Baseball, Phi Sig team up to remember Vashon
Phi Sigma Sigma remembered Katie Vashon on Sunday during Katie’s Game, an annual fundraiser during one of Quinnipiac baseball’s home games.
- Posted April 13, 2011
Quinnipiac will offer nursing doctorate
A doctorate of nursing program will replace the master’s degree program at Quinnipiac, the university announced on March 24.
- Posted April 6, 2011
Kegs, BBQ and gambling, anyone?
This year’s Senior Week festivities will run from May 19-21, and yes, there will be kegs, barbecue and gambling.
- Posted March 31, 2011
Quinnipiac sees 33 percent increase in applications
Quinnipiac University’s admission saw a 32.7 percent increase in the number of applicants for the fall 2011 semester, but the class size will only expand by 60 students, according to Dean of Admissions Joan Isaac Mohr.
- Posted February 16, 2011
Theta rallies for Fritzson’s cause
Joined by the sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta, Chelsea Fritzson is reaching out to the Quinnipiac community by holding a bone marrow drive tomorrow in the pep band room of the Recreation Center (AC147) from 10 a.m....
- Posted February 10, 2011
‘Do You QU?’ network picks up steam
Quinnipiac University teamed up with CollegiateLink, a student-centric social networking site, to form a website to manage extracurricular activities, student organizations, and campus events.
- Posted February 2, 2011
Library coffee machine lobby picks up steam
A student concern for a coffee machine in the Arnold Bernhard Library has made waves with SGA’s sophomore class cabinet, and Charles Getchell, the library’s director, did not dismiss the idea. “In principle I think it is...
- Posted December 8, 2010
Hillel provides lox, cuts locks
Alysse Mahood took part in QU Hillel’s first annual Lox for Love, a spin-off of the foundation Locks of Love. Lox was used instead of Locks to recognize the fact that a bagel and lox brunch was...
- Posted November 17, 2010