The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Letters to the editor

Jamie DeLoma

October 31, 2007

It was a dark week for student rights, the School of Communications and Quinnipiac University. While suppressing media freedoms at any university is terrible, not allowing the students at Quinnipiac to practice them is far worse. As...

DeLoma bows out

Jamie DeLoma

April 26, 2006

A letter from the editor: Over the past two years, I have had the honor and privilege of serving as editor in chief of The Chronicle. One of the most fulfilling aspects of serving as editor was walking through the hallways,...

Roadside hero walks Quinnipiac campus

Jamie DeLoma

April 19, 2006

Scott Maltz is a real American hero. The 21-year-old veterinary technologist major from Bellmore, Long Island was recently honored by the Nassau County police department for his courage and dedication to his community. In addition...

Time is running out

Jamie DeLoma

April 12, 2006

Today is the last chance the Quinnipiac community has to view the internationally-recognized AIDS Memorial Quilt sponsored by the Quinnipiac chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD.) The Quilt, which has been...

Faculty split on loss of union

Jamie DeLoma

March 29, 2006

Quinnipiac faculty has lost its union. After more than 30 years in existence, the National Labor Relations Board has revoked the Quinnipiac Faculty Federation's certification. Following the March 16th ruling that defined Quinnipiac...

DEVELOPING STORY: Changes made to May Weekend

Jamie DeLoma

March 8, 2006

FIRST ON QUCHRONICLE.COM: There will not be a beer tent at Quinnipiac University this May Weekend. Further, regular drinking policies regarding open containers outdoors consistent with other weekends during the year will be enf...

Lahey: “Campus strong”

Jamie DeLoma

March 8, 2006

In an exclusive Chronicle interview, Lahey addressed what the university is doing to improve campus life for the Quinnipiac community. Lahey said to address student overcrowding concerns, the university is actively talking to...

DEVELOPING STORY: Faculty loses union

Jamie DeLoma

March 8, 2006

BREAKING NEWS: Quinnipiac faculty has lost its union. After more than 30 years in existence, the National Labor Relations Board has revoked the Quinnipiac Faculty Federation's certification. President John Lahey sent out th...

Faculty in turmoil

Jamie DeLoma

February 22, 2006

In response to the January 31 surprise announcement that the Quinnipiac University administration would not negotiate a new contract with the faculty union, two university professors spoke exclusively to The Chronicle and expressed...

Shining light on a beacon

Jamie DeLoma

February 15, 2006

One of the university's most valuable resources will no longer be after tomorrow. For the greater part of three years, Scott Hazan has stood as a beacon to students on campus who needed advice, help, or just someone to speak...

Assault bruises campus safety

Jamie DeLoma

February 15, 2006

Dave Lyon once felt safe on campus. The management sophomore now feels vulnerable after an attack on campus resulted in a trip to Yale-New Haven Hospital last weekend. "This definitely changed my perception of safety at Quinnipiac,"...

Lahey looks to the future

Jamie DeLoma

February 8, 2006

President John Lahey proposed a five-year, $100 million long-term strategic plan for Quinnipiac University on Jan. 31. Speaking to professors and administrators in Alumni Hall, Lahey shared his vision of Quinnipiac's future. In...