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All posts tagged "Ireland"
Life and teachings of Frederick Douglass honored with statue and exhibit
A statue of Frederick Douglass created by Andrew Edwards stands larger than life and now resides at the Quinnipiac University School of Law. The Frederick Douglass statue stands over eight feet tall, is made of resin, and...
- Posted February 13, 2018
Students abroad in Brussels airport were not harmed during terrorist attack
Three students studying abroad are safe after witnessing Tuesday’s terrorist attacks at the Brussels airport. The students were not injured and are currently staying at a U.S. Embassy employee’s house. Another student, who is studying abroad in...
- Posted March 22, 2016
Great Hunger Institute to open new exhibit
Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute at Quinnipiac will launch a new exhibit in the Arnold Bernhard Library on March 22, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of Ireland’s quest for independence from Britain. The exhibit, The Seed of the People,...
- Posted March 8, 2016
Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute announces new exhibit
The university will be honoring the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising in Ireland. The Easter Rising was a rebellion in the country that led to its independence from the British Empire and transformed the country into...
- Posted February 25, 2016
Prime Minister of Ireland visits QU
By Thamar Bailey, Tara O’Neill, Julia Perkins and Sarah Doiron The prime minister or taoiseach of Ireland visited Quinnipiac on Sept. 24 to receive an honorary degree of humane letters, presented by Vice President and Provost Mark...
- Posted September 25, 2015
ABL prepares for new Great Hunger exhibit
The An Gorta Mór Room in the Arnold Bernhard Library will temporarily close on April 3 to prepare for the Lady Sligo exhibit beginning on May 1. The letters of Lady Catherine Sligo, written from 1845 to...
- Posted April 2, 2014
Views on Campus: thoughts from a study abroad student
By Brianna Quinn So how much studying actually goes on abroad? Stereotypically, co-eds who study abroad are perceived as having done so to skip a semester of “real” classes, opting to instead rack up stamps in their...
- Posted October 7, 2013