The Quinnipiac Chronicle

What’s on your iPod?

Janine Elliot

April 17, 2007

Mika "Love Today" It sounds almost like a disco pop-type song that you can't help but sing along to. It uses the combination of piano and electric guitar, which makes for an interesting sound. You're guaranteed to be put in a...

Real-life serial killer exposed in ‘Zodiac’

Janine Elliot

March 28, 2007

The 1960s and 70s were a turbulent time in American history, yet there was one man in particular that caused a great deal of panic and fear on the West Coast. The serial killer known simply as the "Zodiac," left a trail of dead...

Chronicle Review: ‘Something Borrowed’ Witty, almost impossible to put down

Janine Elliot

March 7, 2007

If you have ever felt overshadowed by a best friend, then "Something Borrowed" by Emily Griffin is the page-turner you have been looking for. Rachel and Darcy have been best friends since their childhood, growing up in Indiana...

Chronicle Review: ‘Freedom Writers’ tells inspiring story

Janine Elliot

February 7, 2007

The storyline behind "Freedom Writers" may not be original, but it manages to tell a powerful story. "Freedom Writers" is inspired by a true story and focuses on a group of young teens who seem to care about little other than...

QU Theater brings a bit of Broadway to campus

Janine Elliot

November 14, 2006

With Broadway hours away, there is little opportunity for students at Quinnipiac to enjoy musicals, but that is all about to change. Combinations of music and dance movement as well as vibrant and intense scenes all blend together...

What’s on your iPod?

Janine Elliot

October 24, 2006

Jack Johnson "Banana Pancakes" This is a soft song that's perfect for relaxing to and will surely put you in a good mood. Piebald "I Haven't Tried It" This is a fun song, by a not very well known band. Once you hear it you...

Wahlberg scores in new movie

Janine Elliot

September 12, 2006

If it wasn't a true story I don't know if most movie goers would have believed the legend of Philadelphia Eagle Vince Papale, portrayed in the newest Disney film "Invincible." If you enjoy the classic underdog story, you will...

Movie review: ‘Date Movie’ a rehashing of film disasters

Janine Elliot

March 1, 2006

While the trailer previews for "Date Movie" appeared promising prior to its theatrical release last week, the film as a whole delivered substantial stupid-humor performances by "Buffy" alum Alyson Hannigan and Adam Campbell that,...