The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Survey: TD Banknorth above average

Dana Owen

April 25, 2007

According to a survey conducted by five Quinnipiac business students, 65 percent of students and members of the surrounding Hamden community believe that the TD Banknorth Sports Center is above average. The student group, which...

Bob and Lee Woodruff speak about book, marriage, road to recovery

Dana Owen

April 17, 2007

"I don't remember anything about being hit," said Bob Woodruff, war correspondent for ABC news and former anchor of World News Tonight. "It was like I was floating around." Woodruff and his wife, Lee, spoke Monday night following...

Manhandling

Dana Owen

April 10, 2007

I awoke Wednesday with a start to a blaring cell phone alarm playing Justin Timberlake's "Sexy Back." But at 5:30 a.m. I am not feeling very sexy. After shutting off the alarm and dozing off a few times I realize that it's already...

‘College Cooking’ turns co-eds into culinary masters

Dana Owen

April 4, 2007

Megan and Jill Carle, sisters from Arizona State University, are no strangers to the kitchen. In high school, they penned two successful cookbooks: "Teens Cook" and "Teens Cook Dessert." Now, the pair's most recent book, "College...

Chronicle Exclusive: QU athletes reprieved for urination incident

Dana Owen

March 28, 2007

After appearing in Meriden Superior Court Feb. 16, one of the Quinnipiac basketball players arrested in November for an alleged urination incident was sentenced to special probation. Trevon Charles, 18, who was charged with fourth-degree...

Seeing Double: Inside the lives of three sets of Quinnipiac twins

Dana Owen

March 7, 2007

Upon looking at Ric and Ryan Wallace one would find it difficult to distinguish between the two. Both are of medium height and athletically built with deeply tanned skin, dark brown hair and winning smiles. But upon closer inspection...

Bored of education

Dana Owen

February 7, 2007

Upon walking into the College of Liberal Arts on any given Thursday evening, just a few minutes before the start of a 5 o'clock Communications Law class, one would likely encounter at least two students already hunched over and...

The Chronicle receives award

Dana Owen

November 7, 2006

The Chronicle, the student-run newspaper at Quinnipiac University, received accolades in the form of an honorable mention at the national college media conference held annually by the Associated Collegiate Press. This year the...

SPJ debates shield law’s effectiveness to protect journalists, sources

Dana Owen

October 3, 2006

The Shield Law was passed in Connecticut rather quickly after a concerted effort by the chapter to push it through following the group's previous conference about the subject in January. Efforts to pass a law in Connecticut hit...

Student Affairs to host Facebook info sessions

Dana Owen

September 19, 2006

Since Facebook's inception two short years ago, Quinnipiac students have been experimenting with posting photos, messages, Web sites, and joining various types of groups in an effort to connect with their fellow students and college...

Suspected drug dealer found on campus

Dana Owen

May 6, 2006

Despite recently increased security measures on campus, a suspected drug dealer with nearly $1,000 in cash was escorted off campus last Monday after he was thought to have been soliciting drugs in Ledges according to Quinnipiac...

Suspected drug dealer found on campus

Dana Owen

April 27, 2006

Despite recently increased security measures on campus, a suspected drug dealer with nearly $1,000 in cash was escorted off campus last Monday after he was thought to have been soliciting drugs in Ledges according to Quinnipiac...