The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Policies to be enforced on May Weekend

Bethany Dionne

April 18, 2006

May Weekend is a campus-wide event where students, faculty and staff relax before finals. They enjoy free ice cream, fried dough, French fries and other snacks from the food trucks while playing on the various inflatable activities...

Habitat for Humanity raises money

Bethany Dionne

April 11, 2006

Students bundled up as they built cardboard shaks to sleep in on the quad last Tuesday night to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. Groups such as Sig Ep, TKE, Phi Sig and the cross country team were among others to show support....

Basketball tournament to benefit habitat for humanity

Bethany Dionne

April 11, 2006

Students in Professor Halliday's Management 202 class are not only practicing the skills they learned in the classroom, but donating to a good cause. They will be hosting a basketball tournament on April 22 and giving the proceeds...

Children help capture joy in Nicaragua

Bethany Dionne

April 4, 2006

This is the second in a series of reports by a student who spent her spring break in Nicaragua. Living in La Villa in Leon, Nicaragua, was a culture shock for all. There were 26 of us, 24 being Quinnipiac students who lived...

Students give aid in Nicaragua

Bethany Dionne

March 29, 2006

In the first of two first- person accounts, campus news editor Bethany Dionne reports on her alternative spring break experience in Nicaragua; staff writer David Hutter's account is also available online. Stepping off the airplane...

Editor Speaks Out: Reflecting on my four-year stay at Quinnipiac

Bethany Dionne

March 8, 2006

"Nothing lasts forever, not the mountains, nor the sea. But the times we had together, they will always be with me." (The Samples) August 22, 2002, was the scariest day of my life. My bags were packed with a lifetime of memories...

Thoughts on feminism surface at women’s creativity conference

Bethany Dionne

March 8, 2006

Vivian Gornick, author and supporter of the women's suffrage movement spoke in Clarice Buckman Theater on Sat,, March 4 at the 12 Annual Women's Creativity Conference. At her keynote address, she spoke about feminism and Elizabeth...

Jane Elliot scheduled at conference

Bethany Dionne

February 8, 2006

"The goal of the conference is that all the participants, at one point during the day, have that epiphany, and have that one thing that turns on the switch in their head and makes them start to think about diversity in a different...

Mr. Quinnipiac crowned

Bethany Dionne

November 16, 2005

There were no seats left in Alumni Hall Friday night as students gathered in the back to watch the 7th annual Mr. Quinnipiac contest. Eleven strapping young lads took part in this male beauty pageant in the hopes of not only...

Threat of snow heightens parking concerns

Bethany Dionne

November 9, 2005

It is inevitable. New Englanders should expect snow each winter. Normally snow does not pose a very big problem to students, especially storms big enough to cancel classes. But for commuters, snow is just another inconvenience....

Listen to this disc and you will be ‘Better Now’

Bethany Dionne

November 2, 2005

Kai Brown makes his American debut with his ten song album "Better Now." Growing up in Sydney, Brown performed in a handful of bands, but in the back of his mind, his goal was to move to the United States and start a successful...

Discussing life in Schweitzer’s terms

Bethany Dionne

November 2, 2005

In a panel based on "Schweitzer and the Environment," Quinnipiac professors Timothy Dansdill and Edward D'Angelo, and junior Christopher Weaver stressed the idea of "reverence" and discussed their personal feelings towards empathy...