The Quinnipiac Chronicle

News outside the Quinnipiac campus

Andy Landolfi

August 29, 2013

Snow Leopard Makes Bronx Zoo Debut A 17-pound snow leopard made its first public appearance at the Bronx Zoo this past week. The snow leopard was the first of its kind to be bred in captivity. The cub was born on April 9, and ...

“Living on One Dollar” documentary

Andy Landolfi

August 29, 2013

The documentary “Living on One Dollar” will be screened two times on Monday Sept. 16. The story follows a group of four who attempt to live eight weeks in Guatemala using only $1 a day. Screenings will be hosted in Buckman T...

Intramural sports registration

Andy Landolfi

August 29, 2013

Registration for intramural sports are now officially open. In order to register, students must go to imleagues.com. Some sports being offered include flag football, soccer, and dodgeball.

Learning Commons in Bernhard Library

Andy Landolfi

August 29, 2013

Quinnipiac’s Learning Commons is now open in the Arnold Bernhard Library. The Learning Commons includes tutoring services and is also home to the QU Seminars Series room. Offices for the Research and Writing Institute, Director of ...

Stop & Shop closes in October

Andy Landolfi

August 29, 2013

The owners of the Stop & Shop on 1245 Dixwell Ave. announced that they will be closing their doors on October 10 at 6 p.m. Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson plans to meet with Stop & Shop officials to try and see if anything ...

Another day, another tragedy

Andy Landolfi

April 24, 2013

Every few months it appears that there is a new national tragedy bringing grief to the nation, but maybe this is the way that things are just going to be. American parents who will have to cover the eyes of their children, a...

Public Safety prepares for weekend

Andy Landolfi

April 23, 2013

Created to celebrate the founding of Quinnipiac University, May Weekend was once a symbol of pride for students, staff and faculty alike. A day to look back at where the university once was, and look ahead to where the university...

Administration explains how it handles student death

Andy Landolfi

April 16, 2013

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 event, however, that...