The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Geary: Student voices are strongest

Joe Shust

November 14, 2007

Student Government President Sean Geary addressed Quinnipiac University students last Wednesday in the second annual "State of the Union" speech. Geary, who was introduced by sophomore class representative Hannah Reinhart, spoke...

Students react to Lahey’s media views

Joe Shust

October 31, 2007

President John Lahey's comments in last week's issue of "The Chronicle" regarding campus media have led to a reaction throughout campus. During a student government meeting on Oct. 17, Lahey expressed displeasure with the media...

Sophomores work to make QU eco friendly

Joe Shust

October 31, 2007

When Sophomore Class President Jen Walts learned that Quinnipiac was one of the least environmentally green campuses in Connecticut, she felt she had to change that. Walts began developing a new GoGreen program for Quinnipiac....

SAM, SigEp swing for the fences in the fight against breast cancer

Joe Shust

October 31, 2007

Quinnipiac University students stepped into the batters box to take a swing against breast cancer. The Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) and SigEp co-sponsored a home run derby on Oct. 28, for all Quinnipiac students. For...

Editor Speaks Out

Joe Shust

September 12, 2007

Quinnipiac University offers all kinds of unique courses for its students to take. All of the schools, from health sciences to communications have classes that can't be found anywhere else. Perhaps the courses most unique to...

‘Raisin’ Cain’: History with all that jazz

Joe Shust

February 21, 2007

Quinnipiac University continued its celebration of Black History Month Feb. 15 with a presentation of "Raisin' Cain," featuring actress Jasmine Guy. "'Raisin' Cain' chronicles the 1920 Harlem Renaissance, the post-World War I...

Sorority hits the runway to fight domestic violence

Joe Shust

October 24, 2006

Quinnipiac University students turned out by the hundreds for a fashion show to support domestic violence awareness on Oct. 20. The fashion show, sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega and organized by Tara O'Rourke, the sorority's fundraising...

Author urges students to form identity, work toward unity

Joe Shust

October 10, 2006

Award-winning author and civil rights activist Azar Nafisi spoke to an Alumni Hall audience of about 450 students and teachers on Oct. 5 about her views and past experiences. Nafisi, the author of "Reading Lolita in Tehran,"...