The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Understand what makes you happy

Jamie Hill

May 2, 2012

Three years ago, two guys named Andrew hired me on the condition that I would try my hardest to make the QU Chronicle error-free and grammatically flawless. So I casually fell into the role of head copy editor for the QU Chronicle....

Quinnipiac Invisible Children president says viral video is only beginning

Jamie Hill

March 28, 2012

The week of March 5, Joseph Kony was trending on Twitter. If you didn’t see him there, he was plastered all over Facebook. You may have seen Kony’s face on MSNBC, Fox News, the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, ABC News, the Huffington...

Stephen Colbert’s fake bid for the presidency

Jamie Hill

January 25, 2012

A couple of Thursday nights ago, Comedy Central comedian Stephen Colbert announced on his nightly talk show “The Colbert Report” his intention to explore a presidential bid in South Carolina. Not an avid Colbert watcher myself,...

Barack Obama: Forgiveness, federal aid needed to help students to pay

Jamie Hill

November 9, 2011

Student debt in the United States is skyrocketing, and Barack Obama has a plan to cap it. His recent “We Can’t Wait” campaign urges Americans to accept his plan to provide student loan relief now before the student debt...

‘Perfect storm’ reveals poor priorities

Jamie Hill

February 2, 2011

I remain unconvinced that the Quinnipiac administration has their current students’ best interests at heart. Student event space was hindered by Alumni Hall renovation. Student organization office space will disappear after...

Housing selection felt more like punishment

Jamie Hill

October 20, 2010

I woke up at 5:30 a.m. last Friday, bundled myself up in warm layers, and dragged myself to the Rocky Top Student Center to meet the QU Housing Gods–Residential Life. You might ask why I was plopped outside in the cold at...

Construction springs Student Center leak

Jamie Hill

January 25, 2010

Photo credit: Jamie Hill Due to construction on the second floor of the Carl Hansen Student Center, a leak was sprung on Monday morning, just outside the campus post office.  Rainwater has damaged two ceiling tiles, allowing it  to empty onto the floor and into the hallway near the post office boxes. Trash cans and advisory signs have been placed underneath the hole in the ceiling to warn people walking by of the slippery mes...