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Dear Alicia

Kaitlyn Yeager

April 16, 2008

I am currently a junior in the business school. I am very nervous right now because I do not have plans for the summer. I would like to have an internship and get some good experience for when I graduate. So far I have been unsuccessful....

Editor Speaks Out: Ways to make parking less stressful

Kaitlyn Yeager

April 9, 2008

North Lot is not a fun place for me to be on Monday through Thursday mornings. As a commuter for the past three years, I know very well how hard it can be to find a parking spot after 9 a.m. However, I believe that some people...

Spirit Week makes debut this weekend

Kaitlyn Yeager

February 13, 2008

Quinnipiac's first annual Spirit Week is just around the corner. Spirit Week will occur between Sunday Feb. 17 and Saturday Feb. 23, and will be filled with several events each day. "We're trying to have as much stuff happen...

High hopes for the politically indifferent

Kaitlyn Yeager

October 3, 2007

How much do you know about any of the presidential candidates, other than the fact that Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani are running? Chances are, some Quinnipiac students do not know much more than this. According to Princeton...

Distribution of Carter tickets ‘poorly executed’

Kaitlyn Yeager

September 26, 2007

The distribution of tickets for the Jimmy Carter speech was very poorly executed. What gives the entire freshman class priority over the rest of us? Why are they allowed to go to the speech in the Recreation Center while the...

Student organization offices on the move?

Kaitlyn Yeager

September 26, 2007

Student organization offices may soon be relocated from the Carl Hanson Student Center to the Recreation Center. Student Government Association President Sean Geary, a junior political science major, stated that plans to move...

SGA starts committee to tackle diversity issues

Kaitlyn Yeager

September 26, 2007

The Student Government Association is taking measures to address the issue of diversity at Quinnipiac, particularly the recent racial slurs. In an interview with The Chronicle, SGA President Sean Geary, a junior political science...

North Lot much improved

Kaitlyn Yeager

September 19, 2007

The repaving of North Lot has certainly made parking better. It feels safer to drive down the lot because the lanes on the sides have been widened, allowing two cars to fit comfortably. Previously, if you were driving down the...

Village people displaced

Kaitlyn Yeager

September 12, 2007

Due to continuing construction, many students placed in the New Village dorms for this year have not been able to move into their proper rooms. Instead, they have been placed in temporary housing in some of the other residence...

Students left questioning new Village living plans

Kaitlyn Yeager

April 25, 2007

The October deadline for the completion of the New Village housing has left the students who were assigned to these residence halls asking many questions, such as when each dorm will open and how different aspects of the temporary...

Village people left hanging on move-in date

Kaitlyn Yeager

April 17, 2007

This year's housing lottery has been accompanied by more worry than usual for some groups of students. Due to the October deadline for the completion of some of the new Village IV residence halls (also called New Village), some...

Class participation may count for more than students think

Kaitlyn Yeager

February 21, 2007

While class participation has always counted toward a portion of students' grades, some students find that class participation counts for a greater portion of their grades this semester. "I actually have noticed that most of...