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All posts tagged "lahey"
Lahey makes Hamden his permanent home
Former Quinnipiac President John Lahey told The Chronicle that building a mausoleum in Hamden was a ‘family decision.’ “We wanted to have our final resting place and then we actually looked around,” Lahey said. “The decision was...
- Posted October 5, 2018
Lahey chooses Hamden as final resting place
Former Quinnipiac president John Lahey plans to spend an eternity in Hamden. John Nolan, president of Nolan’s Hamden Monument Company confirmed that the mausoleum at Saint Mary’s Cemetery on Whitney Ave. with “LAHEY” carved atop belongs...
- Posted October 3, 2018
Moving forward, looking back. Farewell Lahey
It’s December 1986. The Mount Carmel campus is covered by a blanket of snow. The Sleeping Giant commands the Quad on Quinnipiac’s then-small campus. John Lahey has just stepped on campus for the first time, barely 40...
- Posted May 2, 2018
Quinnipiac begins search for its ninth president
As President John Lahey prepares for his last year as president of Quinnipiac University, the search begins for the next leader in higher education. In April 2017, Lahey announced that the upcoming academic semester will be his last as...
- Posted July 10, 2017
Student Government Association hosts annual State of the QUnion
Quinnipiac board officials and members of the Student Government Association (SGA) met Thursday, Feb. 22 for the annual State of the QUnion to discuss recent and upcoming events affecting the university. Administrative officials President John Lahey, Vice...
- Posted March 1, 2017
University donates $1.4 million to Hamden
President John Lahey announced multiple changes for the university at a Feb. 3 press conference, where he presented Hamden Mayor Curt Leng with a check for $1.4 million. These changes include adding a new residence hall to...
- Posted February 8, 2017
University initiates three personnel changes
President Lahey recently announced three personnel changes to the senior executive team for the university. He says these changes will impact the school for the next 15 to 20 years, according to a press release sent by...
- Posted July 6, 2016
Op-Ed: Inequality for women’s sports must be addressed
Inequality is not something to shrug away. It is not something to simply claim as “the way things are.” And most importantly, nobody should be abused or defied for speaking up about inequality. For the players on...
- Posted May 4, 2016
May weekend: A history
Reporting by: Sarah Doiron and Nicole Hanson Before Pepsi cups and Kan Jam were all the rage, May weekend was a recognized event by the university. Now the Student Government Association is proposing the university sponsor it...
- Posted April 26, 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
It’s bigger than Quinnipiac
The co-directors of the Big Event are hoping this year’s community service day will be Quinnipiac’s biggest yet. The Big Event is a nationwide, one-day, student-run community service project. The event is one of the largest in...
- Posted February 28, 2016
QU gives $400,000 to North Haven
President John Lahey and the university gave $400,000 to the town of North Haven at a ceremony on Monday, according to a press release. Lahey presented the voluntary payment to North Haven First Selectman Michael J. Freda...
- Posted February 2, 2016
Lahey made more than $1.2 million in 2013
President John Lahey made about $2.5 million less in 2013 than he did in 2012 when he had to report the full amount on his retirement plan, according to the university’s tax records. But he still raked...
- Posted November 17, 2015
Mayor makes thoughtless proposals
The city of Hamden is at it again. From the Planning and Zoning Commission to the mayor himself, everyone wants Quinnipiac students either gone or under stricter regulations. Last week, the Chronicle interviewed the current mayor, Curt...
- Posted October 29, 2015