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Skidmore reinstated as VP of Programming candidate

Joe Pelletier

March 30, 2010

Allison Skidmore was originally taken off the ballot Monday.  To read the original story, click here. Allison Skidmore was reinstated as a candidate for SGA's vice president of programming position as of this morning, Election Committee Chair Vi...

Dance Company charter revoked after longstanding violation

Joe Pelletier

March 29, 2010

After at least one year of turning a blind eye, Student Government revoked Dance Company’s organizational charter last Wednesday at the weekly SGA meeting. Dance Company’s yearly audition process was in opposition to the...

Sophomore snowboarder breaks into design world

Joe Pelletier

March 24, 2010

Sophomore Victor Ventura lives life on a board. When there is snow on the ground, the 19-year-old snowboards. When there isn’t, he surfs. When all else fails, he skateboards. And on the rare occasion when none of the above...

Bill Nye (the ‘Science Guy’) revealed as commencement speaker

Joe Pelletier

March 18, 2010

Student Government's Class of 2010 cabinet revealed Thursday morning that Bill Nye, most famous for his television program "Bill Nye the Science Guy," will be the speaker at this year's commencement ceremony.  The ceremony will...

End campus drug problems

Joe Pelletier

March 3, 2010

Forget the pro-decriminalization debate for a second. For that matter, forget the anti-decriminalization debate. Please stop selling drugs on the Quinnipiac campus. Don’t stop it for the police, the University, or to keep...

Junior spearheads hoops fundraiser

Joe Pelletier

March 3, 2010

When junior Paden Livingston came back from his Study Abroad semester in South Africa, he had only one thing on his mind: helping those he had just left. On Feb. 22, Livingston proposed to Quinnipiac administrative and student...

Alwood pushes investigative limits in Eastern Europe

Joe Pelletier

February 24, 2010

There’s a distinct sense of determination in the office of Associate Professor of Journalism Ed Alwood. It might be the dozens of press passes hanging from the cabinets. It might be the framed Washington Post cover with his...

The Fray to play QU’s spring concert

Joe Pelletier

February 24, 2010

Platinum-selling rock band The Fray will grace the TD Bank Sports Center on Sunday, April 18 for the Student Programming Board’s (SPB) annual Spring Concert. Meet The Fray The Fray, best known for hits “Over My Head (Cab...

Freshman arrested on marijuana charges

Joe Pelletier

February 23, 2010

Freshman Peter Moran, 18, was arrested on on Friday, Feb. 19 with 58.4 grams of marijuana allegedly in his possession.  The street value, according to Hamden Police, was $1,160. According to Associate Vice President for P...

Scherl expelled after trespassing arrest

Joe Pelletier

February 17, 2010

Freshman Mathew Scherl was expelled on Feb. 4 following drug and trespassing arrests on Quinnipiac property, friends of Scherl told The Chronicle on Monday. Scherl, 18, faced four drug and narcotic charges this morning at Meriden's...

‘The Wall’ magnifies immigration issue

Joe Pelletier

February 17, 2010

“Imagine you’re a drug dealer,” Ricardo Martinez, director of “The Wall,” advises when discussing illegal immigration. “You make thousands of dollars every day crossing into my property. Can I just build a fence and...

Security won’t stop everything

Joe Pelletier

February 17, 2010

The campus police at the University of Alabama-Huntsville was doing exactly the job it should have on Friday. But when all was said and done, three professors were dead. Campus security at Quinnipiac University is doing exactly...