The Quinnipiac Chronicle

NFL underdogs make their mark in first week

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

September 26, 2002

In an opening week filled with wild finishes and memorable moments, two former afterthoughts proved that they still belong in the NFL. Robert Edwards caught one touchdown pass and ran for another in helping the Miami Dolphins...

Yankees vs. Red Sox: Ongoing battle at Quinnipiac

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

September 5, 2002

The weather might be inconsistent at Quinnipiac, but no matter how hot or cold it gets, it's hard to walk anywhere on campus without seeing a baseball fan sporting Boston red or Yankee blue. Such open declarations of team unity...

FadeIn and English Club to screen ‘Apocalypse Now’

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

April 18, 2002

After co-sponsoring a documentary screening with Hillel last week of Mira Binford's "Diamonds in the Snow," FadeIn will give Quinnipiac students a chance to view "Apocalypse Now" on Saturday,, April 20, when the club co-sponsors...

News Anchor visits WQAQ

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

November 1, 2001

CBS 880 News Anchor Paul Murnane, took some time out of his busy schedule to speak on campus at last week's WQAQ staff meeting. Despite covering news in New York for the last 13 years, Murnane is a local product who has not forgotten...

QUEST poised for big year

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

October 11, 2001

After a year filled with uncertainty in 2000-2001, Quinnipiac University's Exceptional Student Television (QUEST) is already on its way to having a productive and much improved year. Rob Gilmore, the senior president of the...

A little thanks to Quinnipiac….an editorial

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

September 7, 2001

Through the first full week of classes, I've heard a surprisingly large amount of bitching and moaning from students regarding this school. No college is perfect and all schools have a few problems- it's a known fact! Big school?...

Pre-May Weekend activities set the mood

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

April 26, 2001

On Friday April 20, Quinnipiac students were treated to a variety of activities in the Complex Courtyard. Included in the afternoon's festivities were a "Dunk the RA" tank, free ice cream courtesy of Kelly's Kone Konnection,...

Fortunato wins SGA presidency

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

March 22, 2001

midst one of the worst storms to hit the northeast in recent memory, Thomas Fortunato was elected President of Quinnipiac's Student Government Association (SGA) for the 2001-2002 school year. Fortunato defeated the current...

Valentines Day: A worthless holiday or not?

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

February 8, 2001

Getting back into the swing of things at school after a five week break is never easy. Only days after returning to school, I found myself looking ahead on my calendar to see just how much time we had left at school this semester. As...

Election sparks student reaction

Glenn Giangrande Staff Writer

November 28, 2000

One of the most confusing chapters in the history of our great country came to an official end on Jan. 21 as Republican George W. Bush was sworn in as President of the United States. Bush, the ex-governor of Texas, emerged...