The Quinnipiac Chronicle

The importance of a balanced education

Contributing Writer

April 7, 2015

By Spencer O. Hess Ms.Doiron, two weeks ago you vented your frustrations with Quinnipiac’s core curriculum that requires non-science majors to take a science class with a laboratory component. You very clearly stated that...

Letter to the editor: Ii’s OK to use lunch trays

Contributing Writer

March 26, 2014

Dear Beloved Students, I have been observing your ways in public for a long time now. Well, probably not “you,” specifically, but you in the general sense. Yet it was only recently pointed out to me that you collectively r...

Lack of input on armed officer decision

Contributing Writer

January 29, 2014

In a recent email announcing a new policy of arming a Public Safety officers at Quinnipiac, the University sought to justify its decision by noting its conformity to similar programs at other elementary schools, high schools and ...

An open letter to administration and Public Safety

Contributing Writer

January 29, 2014

An Open Letter to University VP Mark Thompson and Public Safety Mark, This past Wednesday I received an email about Quinnipiac Public Safety receiving an armed component. When has a situation ever arisen on this campus...

Views on Campus: Thoughts from a sorority member

Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

By Kelly Leavitt   Let’s play a game. Write down every stereotype you have about Quinnipiac sororities. Did any of these words come up? Snotty. Self-centered. Ditzy. Cliquey. Now, I don’t hold this against you. I’ve ...

Views on Campus: Through the eyes of a Campus Ministry member

Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

Ronald Apuzzo By Christa Romano When people learn that I am an active member in Branches Catholic Campus Ministry, they are shocked and taken aback. After that string of awkward faces surface, many people become skeptical of why I would choose to partake in something that ...

Views on campus: Thoughts from a fraternity member

Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

By Chris Mann To the outside world I am seen as “Bluto” from Animal House and “Frank the Tank” from Old School: alcoholic party animals that skip class, degrade women and do drugs. I am grouped in with the thousands of “f...

Views on Campus: Through the eyes of a commuter

Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

By Elisia Acosta You commute? Is it hard? Do you like it? Do you wish you lived on campus? These are the most common questions I receive after I tell people I’m a commuter. As a native Hamden resident, my life as a commute...

Views on Campus: Through the eyes of an IceCat

Contributing Writer

November 6, 2013

By Taylor Chelo Rob Rasmussen With my first year at Quinnipiac just around the corner, I knew that hanging up my skates would be inevitable. Unfortunately, collegiate figure skating teams are pretty hard to come by, and this is a fact that most figure skaters lik...