- Quinnipiac University suspends men’s lacrosse team
- Quinnipiac women’s ice hockey rolls past Guelph in exhibition game
- Quinnipiac volleyball falls to Iona, 3-1, in MAAC contest
- Quinnipiac women’s soccer dominant in win over Fairfield
- Quinnipiac field hockey defeats Georgetown in Big East battle
- Quinnipiac men’s soccer tops Central Connecticut State for second straight win
- SGA releases 2018-19 election results
- Public Safety Officer Invents ‘Hooked on Baby’
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- Health center to host group therapy sessions
All posts tagged "Student Affairs"
University hires new interim director of campus life
Quinnipiac’s administration has brought in Michael Miller, interim assistant dean of student affairs and director of campus life. He is ready to hit the ground running. The former Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Campus...
- Posted November 2, 2016
Drucker promoted to VP, dean of students
By Julia Perkins and Sarah Doiron Monique Drucker, current associate vice president of student affairs, has been appointed to become the next vice president and dean of students, effective April 1, the university announced Tuesday. “This appointment...
- Posted March 31, 2015
University asks students to be aware of stereotyping this Halloween
As students don their Halloween costumes tomorrow, administration wants students to make sure their costumes are not offensive to others. “Costumes that exaggerate, stereotype, generalize a particular ethnic culture gender, insensitive,” Associate Vice President for...
- Posted October 30, 2013
Student allegedly sexually assaulted
On Sept. 15, the Yale Police received a report that a Yale undergraduate student allegedly assaulted a Quinnipiac undergraduate student on the Yale campus early that morning, according to a message from Chief of Yale Police Ronnell...
- Posted September 26, 2013
Administration explains how it handles student death
Less than two weeks ago, Quinnipiac law student Paul Marando passed away suddenly at his home in North Haven. It was an event that students and faculty were not prepared for. It was the kind of unfortunate...
- Posted April 16, 2013