The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Quinnipiac website gets redesigned

Amy Maciejowski

September 20, 2012

A year and a half in the making, Quinnipiac’s web executive committee will unveil a newly minted Quinnipiac University website in October. Incoming students are first introduced to Quinnipiac through the website, where they...

May Weekend merch earns group $2.6K

Amy Maciejowski

April 20, 2011

May Weekend apparel has been advertised on Facebook and throughout campus for the past month. But for junior Evin Strott and five other members of a management course, selling May Weekend T-shirts is about a lot more than notoriety. The...

Yale tickets gone in 60 seconds

Amy Maciejowski

February 23, 2011

Tickets sold out within the first minute for the highly anticipated Quinnipiac-Yale hockey game last Friday. At 10 p.m. exactly, 891 students clicked the link Quinnipiac’s Athletic Department provided in an e-mail. There...

Sigma Gamma Rho wigs up for breast cancer

Amy Maciejowski

November 3, 2010

Hidden under his suit jacket, junior Sean Kelleher wore a wristband that explained why he attended the Wig Party on Saturday night. “My aunt died of breast cancer a few months ago, so I am rather interested in the subject...

Global affairs group earns charter

Amy Maciejowski

October 27, 2010

Some Quinnipiac students are expanding the “community” so sought after on campus, by creating a new student organization. The newly developed Global Affairs Association intends to broaden the horizons of student’s knowledge. The...

A record 3,000 show for Midnight Madness [Slideshow]

Amy Maciejowski

October 24, 2010

Photo credit: Amanda Shulman A record-breaking 3,000 people attended Midnight Madness at the TD Bank Sports Center Friday night. The Athletics Department deemed it to be the “best Midnight Madness yet.” But the night also included a number of students who showed up for the free jersey and promptly left. “I was very angry, disappointed, and hurt that there was about one hundred people who just grabbed their jersey and l...

Taste the difference?

Amy Maciejowski

October 20, 2010

Later weekend hours seem synonymous with deliveries from Domino’s Pizza, Blessings II Go and Primo Pizza. But last weekend Chartwells provided students with another alternative: the Bobcat Den. After an initiative brought...

Delts fire up annual football tourney

Amy Maciejowski

October 12, 2010

Footballs soared through the Quad on Sunday, signaling the onset of Delta Tau Delta’s First Annual Flag Football Tournament. “We’ve had a good turnout ... about 16 teams signed up so we want to keep doing it every year,”...

School of Ed. finds new home

Amy Maciejowski

September 29, 2010

Quinnipiac’s North Haven campus is no longer solely dedicated to the health sciences. Last Wednesday, the University announced a new addition to the campus: the School of Education. The move has been discussed for about two...

‘Mad Men’ director comes to QU

Amy Maciejowski

November 11, 2009

Emmy Award-winning director Alan Taylor visited Quinnipiac on Wednesday, Nov. 4, bringing with him experience working on hit television shows like "Lost," "Sex and the City" and "The Sopranos." "I was pleased to see so many people...

Toad’s sues New Haven over terrace

Amy Maciejowski

October 28, 2009

The New Haven Board of Zoning rejected Toad's Place owner Brian Phelps' proposal to build a rooftop terrace. The decision, made on Sept. 9, was a shock to the owner, who appealed the decision and took the committee to court. Toad's...

Madness on the menu

Amy Maciejowski

October 21, 2009

Normally, a few Quinnipiac kids in yellow shirts wouldn't turn heads. But, on Oct. 16, thousands of people were decked out in yellow, forming quite a scene. This year's Midnight Madness certainly lived up to its name, accord...