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All posts tagged "sleeping giant"
Sleeping Giant State Park closed indefinitely after tornado damage
On Tuesday, May 15, a tornado struck down in Hamden leaving significant damage to the area including Sleeping Giant State Park, which has been declared closed until further notice. Classified as an EF1 with maximum winds of...
- Posted May 27, 2018
Spring is in the air which means that the weather is warming up. Quinnipiac students typically enjoy hiking the Sleeping Giant when the weather is nice, but there is a lot to do besides that. Throughout the...
- Posted April 3, 2018
A second home in Hamden
Located across the street from the Mount Carmel campus, Sleeping Giant State Park gives members of the Quinnipiac community easy access to nature. Quinnipiac’s Community Service Director Vince Contrucci said everyone appreciates the Sleeping Giant. “One of...
- Posted October 26, 2016
Planning and Zoning approves new athletic fields
Hamden’s Planning and Zoning Commission has approved the proposal for adding new athletic fields near Sleeping Giant State Park. In a recent memorandum from Daniel Kops, the acting town planner of Hamden, the Planning and Zoning Commission...
- Posted August 31, 2016
Latest with Lahey
The Chronicle sat down with President John Lahey for an interview on the future of the university and the issues it has faced this year. While the university has focused on growing its campus, programs and enrollment...
- Posted April 20, 2016
Sigma Phi Epsilon members carry Mullaney up Sleeping Giant
Junior political science major Joey Mullaney’s Friedreich Ataxia prevented him from hiking Sleeping Giant–that is, until his fraternity brothers helped him make the climb. Friedreich Ataxia–a debilitating, life-shortening, degenerative neuromuscular disorder–affects approximately one in 50,000 people in...
- Posted September 15, 2015
Student survives 30-foot fall
Courtney Barry’s typical hike on the Sleeping Giant mountain ended wretchedly after she fell nearly 30 feet, landing on rocks during her mid day hike on Nov. 16. The senior was free-climbing the part of the mountain...
- Posted December 3, 2013
Next time you’re out taking pictures of the clock tower, look out, because @Peopleinstagrammingquinnipiac is on the prowl! Peopleinstagrammingquinnipiac, run by junior Matt Francia, is the newest craze on campus. It is an Instagram account that posts...
- Posted November 14, 2013
Sixth-year PT students hike for a cause
Oct. 2 marks the 30th day that third-year graduate student Daniel Munkley and 22 others consecutively hiked the mountain, Sleeping Giant. What began as a competition between Munkley and his roommate during their senior year, turned into...
- Posted October 3, 2013
Hike to Yoga begins
The athletic center’s “Hike to Yoga” offers participants a place to meet and meditate at the base of Sleeping Giant with a selected theme. Participants then hike up the mountain to a short yoga practice and reflective...
- Posted September 10, 2013
Namaste right here
When it comes to the outdoors, I have always been somewhat of an addict. Any chance to be in the fresh air, especially when the sun is shining, is an opportunity I jump at. So when QU’s...
- Posted April 24, 2012
Professor’s son dies after Sleeping Giant fall
Tobias Engel was pronounced dead Sunday night after falling 200 feet from the chin area of Sleeping Giant, according to WTNH. The 18-year-old Hamden High School student was son of Len Engel, a professor of English at...
- Posted February 6, 2012
The ultimate Quinnipiac bucket list
The top 10 things that make you a true Quinnipiac student
- Posted April 13, 2011