- Men’s basketball drops MAAC opener to Monmouth
- Four kittens rescued from storm drain on-campus
- Remembering a beloved professor
- Police investigating robbery at Krauszer’s Market
- Quinnipiac rugby wins second straight national championship
- Public Safety investigates newspaper theft
- International students celebrate Thanksgiving
- New university website aimed at prospective students
- SGA pushes for new desks in Tator Hall
- ‘Art of Protest’ presents LGBTQ civil rights history
All posts by Sarah Rosenberg
Don’t sell yourself short
Throughout my four years at Quinnipiac, I’ve often stopped to wonder how I fit in here. How does a girl who wore the same Rolling Stones tee shirt for two years straight in high school fit into...
- Posted May 2, 2012
Just when I thought I had done it all during my four years at Quinnipiac, I’m realizing that I still have a graduation bucket list to fulfill. I feel like my time here has been more than...
- Posted April 10, 2012
Declare yourself with MajorWear
Whoever said you aren’t what you wear has never met senior Michael Ricciardi. As cofounder of the wholesale clothing line MajorWear, the 21-year-old psychology major has combined a newly discovered passion for business with his unwavering Quinnipiac...
- Posted April 4, 2012
Media these days
If you could change one thing about the media, what would it be? Would you see to it that there were more representations of minorities on television? Would you ask for Kim Kardashian to be flour-bombed once...
- Posted April 3, 2012
Y U NO YOLO?
After every spring break, Quinnipiac students get an exasperating surge of YOLO (“You Only Live Once”). Until recently, there hasn’t really been a phrase to describe this anxious itching sensation you feel in your toes when Mother...
- Posted March 27, 2012
RIP Davey Jones, but keep music alive
Losing a musician is like losing a friend. I know this because after losing Whitney Houston, I instantly remembered the home videos of me on my fourth birthday, shamelessly belting out the lyrics to “I Will Always...
- Posted March 6, 2012
RAVE of the week: The Kooks at Toad’s
For those well-versed in the British indie pop sub-genre, The Kooks is a familiar band name. For those who haven’t quite let go of the radio’s lackluster song selections, the inevitable eyebrow-scrunching is most likely instantly occurring...
- Posted February 27, 2012
Some people are simply the relationship type. Others prefer to just “dabble,” if you will, with a number of girls or guys, with the mindset that college isn’t the place to be monogamous. Monogamy is a complicated...
- Posted February 13, 2012
The Student Government Association’s “Respect Your Ride” campaign was a positive reaction to DATTCO’s supposed threats to cancel its shuttle contract with the university. Acts of public indecency in New Haven have finally come to light, and...
- Posted November 16, 2011
Halloween v. Mother Nature…and Myself
This Halloween weekend was too reminiscent of Hurricane Irene’s reign of terror. Everyone boarded up their windows, stayed off the roads and missed extremely important birthday festivities (or was that just me?) to withstand the storm.
- Posted October 31, 2011
Fornication fail: Social media validates shock on campus
After seeing the newly-erected statue in Pine Grove last week, and recovering from my initial shock and confusion, all I could say to myself was, “This is not Quinnipiac.” The statue, aptly titled “Facing Couple,” is a...
- Posted October 19, 2011
Spotify overshadows Pandora
Music is experiencing a European invasion, and I don’t hate it. For all of you who have been listening to Pandora on your computers and smart phones over the past few years, it’s time to take a...
- Posted October 19, 2011
Kanye’s collection is ‘cray’
It’s official: Kanye West has spread himself way too thin. Although I will say, this time, it’s a bit more admirable than his antics of the past (he clearly failed as Beyoncé’s spokesperson at the 2009 VMAs).
- Posted October 12, 2011
Twitter trends to watch
Twitter loves the little people.
- Posted October 5, 2011