The Quinnipiac Chronicle

It’s been ‘one hell of a ride’

Andrew Fletcher

April 28, 2010

With my time at Quinnipiac University coming to a close, I’d be remiss if I didn’t thank those who made my college experience as good as it possibly could’ve been. As editor-in-chief of The Chronicle this year, I learned...

There’s something in the Creek (It’s not Hepatitis…but it’s not very nice)

Andrew Fletcher

April 14, 2010

Don’t drink the water from “Hep Creek.” For that matter, don’t swim or go boating in the body of water that runs near the athletic fields and residence halls, Professor Linda Post’s BMS 213L (Microbiology and Pathology...

Bobcats can’t crawl out of early hole

Andrew Fletcher

April 12, 2010

Senior pitcher Mike Oskandy pitched four scoreless innings in the middle of Saturday’s baseball game against Fairfield.  Unfortunately for the Quinnipiac Bobcats, Oskandy struggled in the beginning, allowing six earned runs...

Love country, love college: Take some tips from Winter Olympic Games

Andrew Fletcher

March 3, 2010

For two weeks out of the year, Americans draped themselves in the flag, chanted “USA” and cheered on their country in snowboarding, curling and everything in between. Of course, I am talking about the Winter Olympic Games,...

Stimulus bill adds work-study jobs

Andrew Fletcher

February 11, 2010

Quinnipiac University reported creating or saving 23 jobs after receiving $270,052 in funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, also known as the stimulus bill. The University had to report the 23 jobs...

Echlin gets first-floor facelift

Andrew Fletcher

January 20, 2010

Students returning to campus from winter break were greeted by more construction, this time in the Echlin Health Sciences Center. The plan, according to Associate Vice President for Facilities Administration Joe Rubertone,...

Freshman dies in snowmobile accident

Andrew Fletcher

December 9, 2009

Freshman health sciences student Jessica Bolognani from Readsboro, Vt., was killed in a snowmobile accident on Saturday according to an e-mail sent to the University community from Manuel Carreiro, vice president and dean of student...

The column that shouldn’t have run

Andrew Fletcher

November 18, 2009

The Mirror, the student-run newspaper at Fairfield University, has recently come under fire by the school's administration for a controversial column that ran Oct. 1. "He Said: The Walk of Shame," written by senior Chris Surette,...

Worker killed on York Hill

Andrew Fletcher

November 18, 2009

A York Hill construction worker was killed Friday morning in a work-related accident on the York Hill campus. According to a press release from the Hamden Police Department, a preliminary investigation revealed that John Borovicka,...

Students to attempt to set world record for largest game of tag

Andrew Fletcher

November 18, 2009

A popular recess activity from elementary school can potentially lead to notoriety for some Quinnipiac students. Students in Assistant Professor of Management Robert Halliday's Management 210 class are organizing an attempt to...

York Hill construction worker dies in work-related accident

Andrew Fletcher

November 16, 2009

A York Hill construction worker was killed Friday morning in a work-related accident on the York Hill campus. According to a press release from the Hamden Police Department, a preliminary investigation revealed that John Borovicka,...

Update: York Hill construction worker dies in work-related accident

Andrew Fletcher

November 11, 2009

A York Hill construction worker was killed Friday morning in a work-related accident on the York Hill campus. According to a press release from the Hamden Police Department, a preliminary investigation revealed that John Borovicka,...