- No. 3 Quinnipiac acrobatics and tumbling falls to No. 2 Oregon
- Rossman sets women’s ice hockey shutout record in Senior Day win
- Men’s basketball loses overtime heart-breaker to Fairfield
- Women’s ice hockey decimates RPI as Rossman ties program shutout record
- Women’s basketball defeats Iona in MAAC Championship rematch
- Student wins Global Student Entrepreneur Award
- Students volunteer to assist local residents with tax returns
- Students, faculty participate in silent vigil to support immigrants and refugees
- Slammed with snow
- Men’s ice hockey drops close contest to Clarkson
All posts by Phil Nobile
Apple’s conscious choice to remain behind industry standards
Twas the night before Apple’s press conference, a moment you couldn’t avoid Not a smartphone was buzzing, not even a Droid. Apple fanboys rejoiced, and looked at their old iPhone’s with despair In hopes that the iPhone...
- Posted September 13, 2012
As part of an ongoing feud between Quinnipiac University and the town of Hamden, the university presented a comprehensive Five Year Master Plan to the town’s Planning & Zoning commission over the summer. Quinnipiac’s attorney Bernard Pellegrino...
- Posted August 29, 2012
Whitney Bar & Grille raided by Hamden police
Local police arrested 12 underage drinkers and issued 71 infractions at Whitney Bar & Grille after a raid last Wednesday night. According to Hamden Police Captain Ronald Smith, 83 people were found to be under 21 inside...
- Posted May 2, 2012
QU 101 head resigns
The Quinnipiac Seminar Series will be facing changes to the program with one of the course leader’s recent resignation. Timothy Dansdill recently resigned from his position as the head of QU101. Dansdill, who declined comment to the...
- Posted April 4, 2012
John Mayer cancels, O.A.R. remains
For Quinnipiac students looking for an alternative to Student Programming Board’s spring concert in John Mayer, they will have to think again. Mayer canceled his tour, and is taking a hiatus from live performing due to throat...
- Posted March 12, 2012
Nix attendance policy
After sitting through the first week of class, most commonly known as “syllabus week,” there is only one part of each professor’s carefully worded packet of what-to-expect for the course that students immediately seek: attendance policy. From...
- Posted February 15, 2012
The pride inside
Imagine being in a room with almost 100 other students. You’re sweating profusely. You’re shaking convulsively. You’re breathing heavily. You’re about to stand up and admit something that has haunted you your entire life, something that may...
- Posted February 8, 2012
Top 11 Films of 2011
Check out the top films of 2011.
- Posted January 25, 2012
Mo Jr. to leave Quinnipiac
After a brief stay at Quinnipiac University, Mariano Rivera Jr., the son of Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, will not return to Quinnipiac next semester, Rivera told the Chronicle.
- Posted December 7, 2011
University: DATTCO threats were a ‘miscommunication’
Citing an “internal miscommunication,” initial reports of DATTCO shuttle service threatening to sever ties with Quinnipiac because of students receiving numerous citations in New Haven are false, according to Vice President of Public Affairs Lynn Bushnell. Last...
- Posted November 16, 2011
UPDATE: SGA responds to Dattco shuttle threats
Thirty-eight Quinnipiac Students were cited by New Haven Police after breaking the seal on downtown public property, and as a result shuttle rights may be taken away.
- Posted November 9, 2011
Hamdenites lash out at QU partiers
Hamden citizens have long disapproved of parties thrown by Quinnipiac students, but now some residents are taking steps to prevent and disrupt any chances of off-campus partying.
- Posted November 2, 2011
New Haven and Hamden shuttles canceled, some students without power
All Shuttles to New Haven and Hamden will stop running, according to Quinnipiac security. This leaves many hoping to celebrate Halloween in New Haven stuck and some without power.
- Posted October 29, 2011
Quinnipiac men’s basketball trial postponed
Quinnipiac men’s basketball players Ike Azotam and James Johnson appeared in court today to testify, but the trial was postponed pending a supplemental Hamden Police report requested by defense attorney Thomas Lynch. Under Judge Philip Scarpellino’s approval,...
- Posted October 24, 2011