The Quinnipiac Chronicle

‘Style 304,’ courtesy of sophomore Dana English Hall band Green-Oh

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

December 5, 2002

Green-Oh, Quinnipiac's newest up and coming campus band played Toad's Place Nov. 5 to promote their self-described "groovaphonic, pimpadelic funk" style of music and self-recorded EP, "Style 304." The band, composed of Quinnipiac...

Jazz trio and Carolyn Hartsfield grace Buckman Theatre stage

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

December 5, 2002

Jazz pianist Charles Gigliotti pounded on the ivories to accompany alto crooner Carolyn Hartsfield on Nov. 20 at Quinnipiac's Clarice L. Buckman Theatre. Gigliotti and Hartsfield, who performed as part of the 2002-2003 Sonny Costanzo...

‘Hamburglar’ is headed for court

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

November 28, 2002

A man who has grown obese through decades of fast food chow-downs has launched a class action lawsuit against four leading fast food franchises, blaming each for the state of his current health. Caesar Barber, who has suffered...

Connecticut-born songwriter John Mayer to play Oakdale

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

November 21, 2002

Folk-rock phenom John Mayer is gaining momentum after kicking off his November tour at the Pompano Beach Amphitheatre in Florida this past week. Aided in part by bluegrass revivalists Nickel Creek and Robert Randolph and the Family...

QU student sheds light on spina bifida

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

October 24, 2002

Quinnipiac junior Emily Pember thinks spina bifida is a big deal. It could be because the disability affects one in every 1,000 newborns in the United States. It could also be the fact that it is the most frequently occurring,...

Binge drinking increases health risks

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

October 3, 2002

The college drinking scene has become a distinct culture at Quinnipiac. A college party consists of loud, drunken students stumbling over themselves, vomiting uncontrollably and waking up the next day with a hangover, a massive...

Body image in the media

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

September 26, 2002

Every American college student idolizes one characteristic of a popular celebrity that he or she does not have. Whether it be the body of Pamela Anderson or the muscles of Vin Diesel, many students try to change the way they look...

Bypassing breakfast students lack nutrients

Jennifer Lorrain - Staff Write

September 5, 2002

Kristyn Castaldi regularly skips breakfast, and sometimes lunch. The Quinnipiac sophomore reports passing up breakfast or lunch at least four to five times a week due to a hectic schedule. Castaldi is one of many students in the...