The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Senior Sendoff

Katherine Rojas

April 30, 2014

The Chronicle’s mission is “to provide the Quinnipiac community with relevant and up-to-date news.” Working with the student-run newspaper for the past four years has taught me to live up to this goal, to provide news to the ...

‘Q-Start’ career fair

Katherine Rojas

April 2, 2014

Students can attend the Entrepreneurship Club’s “Q-Start” event on April 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Carl Hansen Student Center Piazza, room SC 120 and gallery. The goal of the fair is to showcase student-run startups...

Professor McLaughlin remembered

Katherine Rojas

March 26, 2014

A foreign correspondent, well-respected faculty member and friend, Bill McLaughlin passed away from cardiac arrest on March 7 at 76 years old in a Waterbury hospital. He was visiting the United States from France, where he and hi...

Requirements for your resume

Katherine Rojas

February 26, 2014

The job hunt begins with just about 80 days until graduation. Seniors, in addition to your thesis or capstone project, it’s time to work on your resume. In the words of Professor Joseph Catrino, “Your resume is never done.” Research...

Make time for free time

Katherine Rojas

January 29, 2014

It’s important to give your mind and body a break and enjoy some solitude. By living on campus, you are constantly reminded of school. The thought of studying or completing homework assignments can make your body tense from s...

Hamden police to conduct sobriety checkpoints

Katherine Rojas

December 4, 2013

The Hamden Police Department will conduct sobriety checkpoints on Dec. 5 and Dec. 6 on various locations including Dixwell Avenue, Whitney Avenue, Skiff Street and Mix Avenue, according to a press release. The Hamden Police...

Newspaper theft under investigation

Katherine Rojas

November 20, 2013

The Chronicle was recently notified of several acts of newspaper theft throughout the university this afternoon. The Chronicle has filed a report with Public Safety, which will begin an investigation. Newspaper theft is a crime....

Lahey expects northern Hamden to become college town

Katherine Rojas

November 19, 2013

As the university continues to grow, it’s creating “growing pains” for the town of Hamden, President John Lahey said. “Quinnipiac has had what I would say a hot and cold relationship with the town of Hamden over the past...

Job opportunities not as scarce as we think

Katherine Rojas

November 13, 2013

Senior year. Now it’s time to improve your GPA to get the most cords at graduation. You continue to build strong, close relationships with professors who can become a job reference, or who can help you land your dream job. Y...

How students, QU recovered from Hurricane Sandy

Katherine Rojas

November 1, 2013

When Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast this time last year, Quinnipiac University was closed for a week. When all was said and done, the school was left to deal with power outages on the Mount Carmel Campus and tree damage in th...