- QU sues Hamden in appeal attempt
- Scott Burrell to be named Southern Connecticut State head coach
- Kricket launches new phone app
- McKenna takes on new position
- Amodio to serve as new athletic director
- University to request to build 300 beds
- McDonald to serve as UNE director of athletics
- Students to lose Internet for part of finals weekend
- Speaking up for the misrepresented
- Professors, students find course evaluations helpful
All posts by Phil Nobile
Quinnipiac men’s basketball pair to testify in court this morning
Quinnipiac men’s basketball players Ike Azotam and James Johnson will testify against third degree assault and second degree breach of peace charges after an on-campus fight Sept. 18. The trial for the pair will begin at 10...
- Posted October 24, 2011
Female crashes car into light at York Hill
An unidentified female driver in a silver sedan crashed into a light fixture at York Hill at about noon on Saturday.
- Posted October 22, 2011
Ambiguity surrounds Occupy movement
The Occupy Wall Street fight is being made against a necessary evil. While the Occupy groups detest CEOs and the wealthy minority, they support the very corporations they abhor so much. The outcry against greed and wealth...
- Posted October 12, 2011
Security restricts juniors’ parking
Quinnipiac juniors are not allowed to park on Mount Carmel campus during weekday peak hours and are subjected to ticketing, Chief of Security & Safety David Barger said in a presentation to Hamden’s Planning and Zoning Commission...
- Posted October 5, 2011
First paid, first serve for senior housing
Quinnipiac’s senior housing will be decided this year based upon deposit order, according to Melissa Karipidis, associate director of Residential Life.
- Posted September 27, 2011
Hurricane Irene update
Despite the havoc that Hurricane Irene wreaked on most of the New England area this past weekend, Quinnipiac remained relatively unscathed, with little reported damage across all three campuses.
- Posted August 30, 2011
Quinnipiac reacts to Hurricane Irene [Updates]
As Hurricane Irene strikes the Carolina coasts, Quinnipiac University is preparing for the impending storm in numerous ways, even allowing students to return home and miss the first day of classes.
- Posted August 28, 2011
Jean Lange named founding dean of Quinnipiac’s School of Nursing
Nursing professor and administrator Jean Lange will become the dean of Quinnipiac’s new School of Nursing.
- Posted June 2, 2011
‘For the first time in years, the world is’
With feelings of shock and awe, I did the only thing any 21st century college kid could: run to the Internet. Throughout all mediums of social networking, friends and family cried out in joy, humor, but most...
- Posted May 4, 2011
At approximately 10:45 p.m. Sunday, President Barack Obama announced that Osama bin Laden, the figurehead of the al-Qaida movement, was killed. After the first spring weekend at Quinnipiac, students and faculty alike reacted to the announcement in...
- Posted May 3, 2011
‘Get some': Seniors get last chance to ‘hook up’ with their dream partner
Tired of actually working for a hookup? Thanks to the new website “QU Hookup List,” the whole process could be easier for seniors who only have a few weeks left to get some.
- Posted April 27, 2011
Foo Fighters prove lasting power with ‘Wasting Light’
he Foo Fighters are back with the brand new album “Wasting Light,” which was released this past week.
- Posted April 20, 2011
Words with friends
Whether you are in line, class, or just walking through the halls, you’re bound to see someone scrounging for words. And they’re not writing a paper.
- Posted April 20, 2011
Quinnipiac goes crazy, goes bald for St. Baldrick’s charity [SLIDESHOW]
Bare scalps are abundant around campus as the 2011 St. Baldrick’s event produced a record-breaking outcome this year with participants and donors coming out in droves.
- Posted March 9, 2011