The Quinnipiac Chronicle

QU student comedians [Video]

Joe Pelletier

February 3, 2010

(Per request of one of the comedians, comments are closed for this page) Pat Reynolds, a junior economics major, received a warm response from the student audience for his hilarious impression of students at the Quinnipiac...

Estimated $75M for medical school, but no reductions to current programs, Lahey says

Joe Pelletier

January 29, 2010

Quinnipiac University to open medical school Students react to new med school Quinnipiac’s medical school will cost an estimated $75 million over the next seven or eight years, but according to President John Lahey, no current Univ...

Obama’s nation: A year in review

Joe Pelletier

January 27, 2010

Barack Obama rode a veritable tsunami of support to the presidency in 2009. But one year later, the waves have died down considerably, leaving Obama’s influence, as Professor of Political Science Scott McLean put it, “dead...

Chief of Security injured, Barger to assume role for ‘indeterminate’ period

Joe Pelletier

January 24, 2010

In the wake of a recent injury to Chief of Security and Safety John Twining, Assistant Chief David Barger has assumed Twining’s position for an unspecified amount of time, according to Richard Ferguson, senior vice president...

Freshman dies in snowmobile accident

Joe Pelletier

January 20, 2010

To read a letter to Jessica from her friend Emily, click here. Jessica Bolognani, a freshman health sciences student, was pronounced dead en route to the hospital after sustaining serious injuries from a snowmobile accident o...

FIFA ’10 improves on a classic

Joe Pelletier

December 29, 2009

I really did not expect much from EA Sports in the release of FIFA '10--frankly, I was content to keep playing the classic '09 version. But a few modifications and a reverence to the great parts of FIFA '09 make FIFA '10 a...

Education 101: Use Blackboard

Joe Pelletier

December 9, 2009

Handouts should be illegal. I'm referring, of course, to the papers handed out in classes--not donations to the less fortunate. That would just be evil. But it's time to get rid of paper handouts. There is, of course, the consideration...

FIFA ’10 improves on a classic

Joe Pelletier

December 9, 2009

I really did not expect much from EA Sports in the release of FIFA '10--frankly, I was content to keep playing the classic '09 version. But a few modifications and a reverence to the great parts of FIFA '09 make FIFA '10 a great...

Junior faces jail time for Scientology attack

Joe Pelletier

December 9, 2009

Junior Dmitriy Guzner will spend 366 days in a federal prison after pleading guilty to participation in an Internet attack on the Church of Scientology, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Guzner, a 20-year-old Interactive...

Single bedrooms planned for York Hill

Joe Pelletier

November 18, 2009

One hundred forty-one single bedrooms are planned to be added to the York Hill campus in the West Wing apartments next year, according to Cindy Long Porter, director of Residential Life. In an effort to better accommodate seniors,...

Class of ’13 rep bows out

Joe Pelletier

November 11, 2009

Read below for a written statement from "Sonny" Charlestin. ---------- Freshman Fresnelson "Sonny" Charlestin has resigned from the Student Government Association, according to Vice President of Student Concerns Victoria Stankus. Stankus...

QU is just being safe with H1N1

Joe Pelletier

November 11, 2009

The H1N1 is not your average flu. My roommate was sent home a few weeks ago with flu-like symptoms. I say flu-like, because his symptoms were far worse than the average flu. He was bedridden for days, dealt with temperature chills,...