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Yale student found dead in dorm

Joe Pelletier

November 4, 2009

Yale students gathered on Monday night to mourn the death of Andre Narcisse, a sophomore at Yale University. Narcisse was found dead in his dorm room on Sunday, Nov. 1. Students were alerted with an e-mail from Yale College Dean...

On campus or online?

Joe Pelletier

November 4, 2009

Type "University of" into Google's search box, and you may be surprised with the first auto-complete suggestion. It is not the University of Florida, which boasts more than 59,000 enrolled students. It is not the University of...

Class of ’11 Rep resigns from SGA

Joe Pelletier

October 21, 2009

(The print edition of The Chronicle stated that junior Caitlin Goldberg was reportedly running in the special election. That is untrue, she will not be running. The Chronicle apologizes for any inconvenience.) Dean Czerwonka,...

‘Conscientous, effective, diligent’

Joe Pelletier

October 21, 2009

Michelle Geremia, chair of the biological sciences department, glanced outside her office on a Friday afternoon in the Buckman Center to see Irwin Beitch, professor of biology, standing outside his pathology lab. Exactly one...

Blood, sweat and rugby

Joe Pelletier

October 7, 2009

Looking across the pitch on Saturday, New Blue rugby saw the usual. They saw a head coach, clipboard in hand. They saw warm-up uniforms with the Central Connecticut State logo. They saw players who didn’t need to worry about...

New chaplain calls for real talk

Joe Pelletier

October 7, 2009

Meet Father Hugh Vincent Dyer. And do try to meet him face-to-face. In a college environment built on Facebook and Google searches, Dyer has entered his chaplain spot at Quinnipiac University with a hope to bring a bit of personality...

Bobcats put Buckeyes on ice twice

Joe Pelletier

October 7, 2009

Quinnipiac men's hockey defeated #17 Ohio State for the second time in as many days on Friday night, upping their record to 2-0-0 this season. Despite an impressive performance from freshman Eric Hartzell on Thursday in goal,...

Faculty, others decry Lahey’s words on Donnelly

Joe Pelletier

September 23, 2009

Something seemed askew with President John Lahey's words on former School of Communications dean David Donnelly, and some members of the Quinnipiac faculty picked it up pretty quickly. Within minutes of releasing Lahey's characterization...

A friar’s farewell

Joe Pelletier

September 16, 2009

Kalisch, "Father Jon," bids Quinnipiac farewell from The Quinnipiac Chronicle on Vimeo. After five years of serving as Quinnipiac University's Catholic chaplain, Fr. Jonathan Kalisch was transferred to Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. Kalisch was the first full-time chaplain at QU, and took Campus Ministry ...

Soccer ties Loyola in home opener

Joe Pelletier

April 29, 2009

After 90 minutes of scoreless soccer, Danny Ankrah and the Loyola Greyhounds had the Bobcats beat. Unfortunately for Ankrah, the goal post had other ideas. After the Greyhound forward scorched a ball through the Bobcat defense...

Moore to pilot School of Communications

Joe Pelletier

April 29, 2009

Michele Moore was named interim dean of the School of Communications on July 1, 2009 after former Dean, David Donnelly, went on sabbatical. Moore is scheduled to head up the School of Communications until the end of the 2009-2010...

Campus under construction

Joe Pelletier

April 29, 2009

Highlighting the campus construction projects is the new Cafe Q, which is only partially finished. Construction will continue through to the spring semester, and the main entrance of the Student Center will be blocked off throughout...