The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Spring awards ceremony

Amy Codagnone

November 20, 2003

The Office of the Student Center and Student Leadership is planning a spring event to honor and thank all of Quinnipiac University's student organizations. "Right now there is a big awards weekend in April for undergraduate achievements,"...

Ferrick entertains Quinnipiac students

Amy Codagnone

November 20, 2003

Solo artist Melissa Ferrick rocked the Quinnipiac community at Alumni Hall last Saturday night. The event was sponsored by Gay, Lesbian and Straight Supporters. Ferrick, dressed comfortably in jeans and a t-shirt, gave Alumni...

‘Hepatitis Creek’ to undergo makeover

Amy Codagnone

November 13, 2003

Quinnipiac Univeristy has announced the creek that currently runs through campus will be drained, excavated and cleaned during the upcoming Thanksgiving break. The Student Government Association is also hoping to rename the creek...

Crown up for grabs

Amy Codagnone

November 13, 2003

Eleven of Quinnipiac's finest gentlemen will be competing for a crown, $100 cash prize and the Mr. Quinnipiac title in the annual Mr. Quinnipiac Competition on Friday, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. in Alumni Hall. In a matter of two hours,...

PATI seeks interns

Amy Codagnone

October 30, 2003

The Professional Athlete Transition Institute, a program founded by the School of Business, is currently looking for five or six interns. The program was founded a year ago by Dr. Dale Jasinski, who is an associate professor...

Newman promotes diversity in speech

Amy Codagnone

October 22, 2003

On Monday, Oct. 13, esteemed author and editor Leslea Newman was on campus to give a speech entitled "You Can't be a Lesbian - You're Jewish!" Newman's main message to Quinnipiac students was to promote the acceptance of diversity. "Respect...

Germano wows committee to earn MC honors

Amy Codagnone

October 15, 2003

Tryouts for Midnight Madness took place on Oct. 2 to find the best entertainers that the Quinnipiac community has to offer. The Midnight Madness Committee, composed of students from Student Government, the cheerleading squad,...

Alumni opens after $700k improvements

Amy Codagnone

October 8, 2003

Renovations for Alumni Hall took place over summer and now the new and improved building is open for use. The renovations cost approximately $700,000 and were mainly cosmetic improvements. "I just think it provides all the flexibility...

How sigma phi came to be started on the QU campus

Amy Codagnone

October 8, 2003

Starting a New Greek organization here at Quinnipiac University is a major process that can take years. The administration, when it decides to expand, tries to find the fraternity of sorority will best represent the students. First,...

QU to offer new frat

Amy Codagnone

October 8, 2003

This spring a new fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, will be joining Quinnipiac's Greek community. The nation's largest fraternity will be starting its newest chapter here in April and Quinnipiac students will add to the almost 1500...

Parents Weekend schedule of events officially announced

Amy Codagnone

October 1, 2003

Parents Weekend will kick off Friday, Oct. 17 and last through Sunday, Oct. 19, giving parents and students plenty of time to catch up, enjoy the campus and each others' company. "Basically the whole weekend there's something...

Students weigh-in on campus food

Amy Codagnone

September 24, 2003

They are some of the busiest places on campus and you have all been there. Now here is the inside scoop on what the Caf