The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Spring into the season by hiking Hamden’s Sleeping Giant State Park

Kristin Kroha

April 20, 2005

Many students are looking to enjoy the weather in a more peaceful, private, and out-of-campus environment - and that is where the Sleeping Giant State Park falls into play. Featuring two miles of trails leading to its summit,...

Express your own uniqueness with bags

Kristin Kroha

March 30, 2005

Another designer handbag, purses, totes, clutches - soon enough they all become the same to the true purse fanatic. For a generation that 'thrives' on unique, individual style and dress - we are in the contrary while in the stand...

Making decisions

Kristin Kroha

November 10, 2004

A poet once said that "he has achieved success who lived well, laughed often and loved much; who has filled his niche and accomplished his task." At Quinnipiac University, students from far and wide, all with various goals, come...

Doctor Arias speaks on peace

Kristin Kroha

November 13, 2003

Doctor Arias, the former president of Costa Rica and a 1987 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, presented a lecture sponsored by the Albert Schweitzer Institute and Latin American Studies, on the peace dividend to Quinnipiac University...

Q & A set for tomorrow with former Costa Rican President

Kristin Kroha

November 6, 2003

Doctor Oscar Arias, former President of Costa Rica and 1987 Nobel Peace Prize winner, will be conducting a question and answer session tomorrow at 11 a.m. This follows his speech to Quinnipiac students last night in Alumni Hall. Arias...

Virus season still in

Kristin Kroha

October 23, 2003

Since the beginning of the semester, the Quinnipiac Computer Help Desk has been bombarded with unhappy students and computer viruses. While the Help Desk has been working hard to fix many of the problems, many still exist. The...

Freshman class raises Quinnipiac standards

Kristin Kroha

October 2, 2003

This year's freshman class at Quinnipiac University scored higher on their SATs on average than last year's class, according to Dean of Admissions Joan Isaac Mohr. According to Mohr, the freshman class is 61 percent female, compared...

Harvard professor visits Quinnipiac

Kristin Kroha

October 2, 2003

Harvard professor Richard Light spoke at Quinnipiac University recently in a speech aimed at students and their study habits. The lecture took place on Thursday, Sept. 25 in Alumni Hall. Light, the author of How to Make the...

Frosh offered alcohol course

Kristin Kroha

September 4, 2003

This year Quinnipiac University is offering a new course designed to help control irresponsible drinking. This web-based course is offered primarily to the freshman class with hopes to educate and eliminate the abuse of alcohol....