The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Business school rankings improve

Andy Landolfi

March 27, 2013

Quinnipiac’s ranking in the annual Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Undergraduate Business School rankings is on the rise. Quinnipiac has risen 11 spots between last year and now, bringing its current standing to 61. The school...

Bobcat Dash this April

Andy Landolfi

March 27, 2013

Quinnipiac is set to hold the Bobcat Dash on Saturday April 13 at 10 a.m. The event is a three-mile obstacle course that begins on the Mount Carmel campus and ends at York Hill. Registration is available on the website IM Leagues...

Human trafficking discussion

Andy Landolfi

March 27, 2013

Tonight at 6, two representatives from Love 146 will be hosting an event at Buckman Theater open to all. Love 146 is an organization that aims to end child sex slavery as well as human trafficking around the globe. Students who...

The unofficial college culture: Alcohol considered ‘rite of passage’

Andy Landolfi

March 6, 2013

Just as academic integrity is a constant at most universities across America, so is the consumption of alcohol among the student body. At Quinnipiac University and other academic institutions across America, the excessive use...

Medical Leaves at Quinnipiac Common, but Beneficial for All

Andy Landolfi

February 20, 2013

Every semester approximately 25 students within the Quinnipiac student body are placed on medical leaves of absence for both physical and mental health-related issues after meeting certain criteria, Director of Emergency Management...

Post-Newtown: gun, media, debates must effect change

Andy Landolfi

February 6, 2013

Maybe it is the 20 empty desks. The 20 pairs of shoes that will never have the privilege of little toes filling them. Families who can only think of their lost child as a beautiful portrait of the past – an eternal reminder...

Director of global education honored

Andy Landolfi

December 5, 2012

Quinnipiac’s director of global education, Andrea Hogan, was given an award to honor her work in international education. She was given the James Leck Distinguished Service award on Nov. 15 at a conference held in Portland,...

Lahey named one of New Haven Living’s most influential

Andy Landolfi

December 5, 2012

Quinnipiac University President John Lahey was named one of “New Haven Living’s” 50 most influential people. He was given the honor for the numerous changes he has made to Quinnipiac since 1987. Changes include the addition...

Annual holiday dinner tomorrow

Andy Landolfi

December 5, 2012

Students will get the chance to have faculty and staff serving them in Quinnipiac’s free annual holiday dinner Thursday night. Staff, faculty and administration will be serving students dinner at half-hour intervals, with the...

Clery Act: Quinnipiac’s own crime report

Andy Landolfi

November 14, 2012

One forcible sex offense, three aggravated assaults and three burglaries. That is the number of times those crimes occurred on Quinnipiac University’s campus in 2011. It is also the kind of information that can be found in the...

Professors adapt to accelerated academic schedule

Andy Landolfi

November 8, 2012

Quinnipiac students received an early taste of Thanksgiving break this past week. Classes on the Mount Carmel Campus were cancelled for an entire week due to power outages from Hurricane Sandy. Quinnipiac’s decision to cancel...