- Smaller budgets, fewer classes
- Student hockey tickets sell in record time
- La Salle rallies past men’s basketball
- Women’s basketball tops Hampton 87-59
- No. 5 women’s ice hockey defeats Union
- Fairfield tops men’s soccer in MAAC Semifinals
- Lights of Hope event brightens community
- Men’s basketball preps for CT 6
- University welcomes new fraternity
- Never too late
All posts by Phil Nobile
Baby Boomer [VIDEO]
Whether driving up to the York Hill campus or pumping up the crowd during athletic events at the TD Bank Sports Center, Quinnipiac’s ferocious mascot Boomer the Bobcat catches the eye of students and adults alike.
- Posted February 23, 2011
Quinnipiac works MacBook into laptop program
For the first time, Quinnipiac will officially offer Apple products for purchase, as well as a wider variety of Dell laptops.
- Posted February 16, 2011
Linkin Park offers old, new in NYC
After a decade of success and rap-rock hits, Linkin Park played to a packed New York City audience on Feb. 4, blending old hits and new styles into an unforgettable show.
- Posted February 9, 2011
BSU pushes week of MLK celebrations
Students coming back from the long winter break were welcome to free cake in Café Q as the Black Student Union began their week-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.
- Posted January 26, 2011
Finals fear? Don’t forget the five steps of studying
Many students, freshmen and seniors alike, share the task of getting through one last week of misery, and as a result we here at the Chronicle have prepared a small but helpful list to prepare for finals...
- Posted December 8, 2010
Remembering the ‘Last Days’ [VIDEO]
When Quinnipiac students think New Haven, they think of Toad’s Place, Yale and other locales for college teens alike. For the previous New Haven generations, the place to be for music, sports and entertainment was the Coliseum,...
- Posted November 2, 2010
Professors need some teaching, too
With a few clicks and frustrated grunts, my teacher finally opens her PowerPoint file, but much to her dismay, cannot figure out how to cycle slides. After a few more angry clicks, my teacher begins to fiddle...
- Posted October 20, 2010
After a tour in Iraq, Elizabeth Suarez is back in the classroom
Walking towards the School of Law on a sunny Friday afternoon, Elizabeth Suarez, a 26-year-old Quinnipiac junior, passes me her iPhone, telling me to cycle through a few photos. They’re photos of her in a dusty barrack,...
- Posted September 29, 2010
Invisible Children shows visible effort
The increasingly popular non-profit group Invisible Children brought their national Legacy Tour to Quinnipiac, bringing shock and awareness to a crowded Alumni Hall.
- Posted April 14, 2010
The undercover rapper [Video]
As dusk approaches the quiet Quinnipiac campus, most students are eating with friends, finishing work, or planning for events later that night. Tucked away in a corner of Larson College Hall is a student working methodically in...
- Posted April 7, 2010
Marijuana reform stirs the pot
As of Thursday last week, it was announced that in California, the “Regulate, Control, and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010” would be featured on the November ballot. For the first time, weed may become another item at...
- Posted April 7, 2010
Murder By Death kills at WQAQ’s Spring Concert [Video]
As the sun set behind York Hill, the volume rose when WQAQ’s Spring Concert kicked off on Saturday night. Four bands, ranging from local talent to nationally acclaimed musicians, took to the stage in Alumni Hall, providing...
- Posted March 20, 2010
Are you down with The Fray?
Freshman Tommy Frisina was so displeased with the announcement of The Fray as SPB’s Spring Concert, he decided to boycott. Frisina pioneered the Facebook event “Badfish over The Fray,” in an attempt to make students aware...
- Posted March 3, 2010
American cars still have advantages
Despite all of the factors that have left American motors seemingly dead, I believe that for the first time in a few decades, the best option might be buying American.
- Posted February 24, 2010