The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Crazy Bobcats a class(less) act

A. J. Atchue

February 14, 2007

Quinnipiac's long-awaited new TD Banknorth Sports Center recently opened with much fanfare and success. However, the opening of the state-of-the-art facility appears to have arrived with a cost greater than the price to build...

Quinnipiac deserves poor campus apathy ranking

A. J. Atchue

September 12, 2006

In response to Samantha Karol's editorial, "Students' political apathy misreported by Review," of last week, I would like to clear up some points that she mentioned. Much has been made of the Princeton Review designating Quinnipiac...

Amnesty policy must come with preventive measures

A. J. Atchue

April 19, 2006

It has been called "a civil rights movement reborn in this country" by one leading supporter. While that is clearly foolish rhetoric that should have Martin Luther King rolling in his grave at the comparison, the recent push to...

May Weekend ’06 Coverage: QU and campus should find middle ground

A. J. Atchue

March 29, 2006

In their never-ending quest to make Quinnipiac University the best it can be for their students, President Lahey and his cabinet have decided to make drastic changes to the May Weekend experience. Traditionally, May Weekend has...

A little common sense would do security a lot of good

A. J. Atchue

March 8, 2006

I'm not one of those people who tend to whine and moan about every mundane nuisance of Quinnipiac University. Yes, I have used this space in past years to complain about the on-campus housing situation and the absurdity of the...

Men’s hockey team still opening eyes

A. J. Atchue

March 8, 2006

TROY, N.Y. - This has been a year of firsts for the Quinnipiac men's hockey team. They played their first game in the ECAC Hockey League on Nov. 4, defeating Harvard, 4-2, at the Hartford Civic Center. Then they won their first...

Dick Cheney shot someone?

A. J. Atchue

February 22, 2006

For all of the hullabaloo surrounding Vice President Dick Cheney's accidental shooting of his friend during a hunting trip, one would think that this friend was some high important figure. After all, the most important issue to...

State of Bush’s America continues to be strong

A. J. Atchue

February 8, 2006

Five years into his tenure as president, it's hard to argue that President Bush has ever faced a rougher period of news and criticism than the past year. Progress in stabilizing Iraq has certainly moved slower than expected, Bush...

World Baseball Classic will just be an overhyped exhibition

A. J. Atchue

February 8, 2006

It's the beginning of February, which on the traditional baseball calendar means that fans should be buzzing about the upcoming start of spring training. After all, pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to their respective...

Ritter told one side of a complex story

A. J. Atchue

December 7, 2005

When I decided to attend Scott Ritter's speech on November 14, I knew going in that I probably wouldn't agree with what he had to say. However, since he was the Chief U.N. Weapons Inspector in Iraq in the early 1990s, I felt he...

Miers nomination an embarrasment for Bush

A. J. Atchue

November 2, 2005

When Harriet Miers withdrew her nomination to the Supreme Court, it brought to a crashing end one of the most embarrassing periods of President Bush's time in office thus far. Miers claimed differences between the president and...

Editor Speaks Out: baseball’s best rivalry not renewed

A. J. Atchue

October 19, 2005

As we make our way through the latter part of October, my third here at Quinnipiac, something feels distinctly different. Come to think of it, it's pretty easy to notice as you walk around campus. I'm referring to the fact that...