- 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 Robert Grant
GradeGuru to support QU AMA
GradeGuru, an online resource for students to class notes by classmates, has pledged to donate money to the Quinnipiac chapter of the American Marketing Association through Sunday, Nov. 6 in an effort to help members attend the...
- Posted November 8, 2011
Game design classes in store for fall ’11
Quinnipiac students recently immersed themselves in the overwhelming course registration process for next semester. Now, Game Design and Development, to be launched next semester, is an additional option for students’ schedules.
- Posted May 4, 2011
Relay draws record numbers [SLIDESHOW]
The Recreation Center turned into a celebration for the lives of cancer survivors and a memorial for cancer victims on Friday and Saturday at Relay For Life.
- Posted April 20, 2011
Ready to relay
Melissa Dowers, a junior, lost her mother to breast cancer at 11 years old. Nine years later, Dowers preserves her mother’s memory by walking at Relay For Life.
- Posted April 13, 2011
Some students basked in the Florida sun for their spring break, others relaxed at home, and some students built houses for those in need.
- Posted March 30, 2011
Big Event registration closes today
The Big Event was big last year. But it might be even bigger this year.
- Posted March 9, 2011
Hold the tomatoes
The salad bar’s missing fruit (yes, fruit) is an issue for restaurants and distributors nationwide.
- Posted February 23, 2011
QConn offers train alternative
There’s a new transportation service offering a comfortable ride in and out of New York City, but it will still cost more than your usual train ticket.
- Posted February 17, 2011
Grand Courtroom plays host to farewell roast
The School of Law’s Grand Courtroom has been home to many events, from prominent speakers to heated debates. But few have been as humorous as the most recent: a roast.
- Posted February 9, 2011
Law experts hash out hot-button jury issues
Jurors aren’t aware of the mandatory minimum sentence that could await a guilty party in America’s justice system, and according to attorney Timothy Moynahan, that needs to change.
- Posted February 2, 2011
Seniors fire up femme mag
There was no place for female journalists to write about topics exclusively for female students at Quinnipiac until now.
- Posted December 8, 2010
Delt grows those mos for Movember
The Quinnipiac community has a challenge: to “change the face of men’s health” during Delta Tau Delta’s second annual Movember event, according to their official Facebook page.
- Posted November 17, 2010
Gamers, TiVo-ers rejoice at QU-Enet
QU-Enet (“E” standing for entertainment) is designed specifically to support consumer electronics such as gaming consoles, Blu-ray players and all Internet-ready consumer devices, Information Security Officer Brian Kelly explained.
- Posted November 3, 2010
Diversity program revived with Ariza
Diane Ariza took her post as associate vice president for academic affairs and chief diversity officer on Oct. 1, filling part of the hole left last year after the departure of Tyrone Black, former director of multicultural...
- Posted October 19, 2010