- Robinson twins commit to Quinnipiac
- Defending the crown
- Field hockey eyes championship repeat
- Chartwells adjusts meal plan
- Setting new standards
- Mike Quitko announces his retirement
- Turner named Canada’s U-18 head coach
- NHL’s Islanders draft Devon Toews
- Recent graduate killed in motorcycle accident
- Former student arrested after bomb threats
All posts by Sarah Rosenberg
$50 fashion finds
At times, being young and in college can seem tough - you have loads of school work to complete weekly, you're still not old enough to drink alcohol and you're usually without money. If it were easy...
- Posted April 8, 2009
Kicking your stress to the curb
If college were easy, you probably wouldn't be cooped up in Arnold Bernhard Library all day. With finals just around the corner, the lectures in your classes are going faster, papers are being assigned left and right,...
- Posted April 1, 2009
That New York Style
Against an industrious backdrop of skyscrapers, pavement, flashing neon lights and yellow taxis whizzing past the streets, New York City offers an atomsphere that is much less gritty than the dirty-water hot dogs sold on every corner....
- Posted March 25, 2009
Oscar fashion goes for the gold
Celebrities had a reason to celebrate on Sunday, Feb. 22. The 2009 Academy Awards feted Hollywood's top performances and creative hands in cinema in its annual tradition. Kate Winslet, who had been nominated for an Oscar five times...
- Posted March 4, 2009
Splash into spring fashion
Lately, walking out of your dorm building hasn't been such a chore. The sun is out and the grass is a bit greener. You've already broken out your new sunglasses and have even ventured to the Cafeteria...
- Posted February 25, 2009
Fashion at your fingertips
At times, there's nothing like flipping through the pages of a glossy fashion magazine. Sifting through the innovative fashion advertisements, reading through the lists of the top trends and style tips, and analyzing the crafted outfits on...
- Posted February 18, 2009
Breaking down fashion demographics
At times, the halls of Tator and the sidewalks along Dorm Road can seem like runways for every fashion trend and style on the market. Students at Quinnipiac take fashion seriously and it shows in what they...
- Posted February 11, 2009
A greener fashion sense
The newest trend seems to be going 'eco-friendly.' Designers and consumers alike have turned to recylced material to help both the environment and the fashion industry. The startling concern for the environment has impacted almost every consumer these...
- Posted January 28, 2009
Finding the perfect gift
As Thanksgiving comes to an end, wrapping up the turkey and pumpkin pie leftovers doesn't seem so upsetting now that the Christmas holiday season is drawing near. Year after year, picking out the ultimate gifts only seems to...
- Posted December 3, 2008
Wrapping up in winter fashion
Quicker than the fall of the autumn leaves, winter's chill and the threat of frosty nights is just around the corner. Quinnipiac students have been preparing for the upcoming season, bundling up in comfortable jackets, furry boots and...
- Posted November 19, 2008
Tunes and Trends; Music in the fashion world
Walking through the halls of the Quinnipiac dorm buildings, there is always one of the most popular tunes blasting from the bathroom or from the rooms lining the hallways. By now, everyone must know the words to...
- Posted November 12, 2008
Fashion that is forever
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is noted for showcasing the most influential art from the most acclaimed artists of the world. Home to some of the world's most distinguished artwork, the Met houses famous painting, sculptures and...
- Posted November 4, 2008
A new take on tattoos and piercings
Sarah Rosenberg As far as trends go, sculpted and fit bodies can take a backseat to their counterparts adorned in tattoos. In the recent years, showing some skin has never looked better.skin with some ink, that is. The tattoos...
- Posted October 29, 2008
Wearing the Dream – is T.V. Fashion Practical or Just out of Reach?
These days, television is just as much a part of our lives as anything else; it's a part of our daily routine, making its way into our schedules right along with going to class, meeting friends for...
- Posted October 8, 2008