The Quinnipiac Chronicle

‘Friend Zone’ is first step to romance

Lenny Neslin

October 20, 2010

(Editor’s Note: “Lenny’s Love Life” may or may not become a recurring piece in the Chronicle, depending on the success of Lenny’s romantic encounters.) I get it. The “Friend Zone” mistake is real. I’ve made the...

[UPDATE] York Hill-New Haven shuttle starting this weekend

Lenny Neslin

October 10, 2010

Quinnipiac University will add two express shuttles from the York Hill campus to downtown New Haven every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, Assistant Chief of Security, Parking and Transportation Harry Needham said. The...

Lahey announces medical school dean

Lenny Neslin

September 30, 2010

President John Lahey today announced Dr. Bruce Koeppen’s appointment as the founding dean of Quinnipiac University’s School of Medicine. “After an extensive national search with the assistance of the firm DJW Consultants, Dr. ...

Fitfest shows off new Rocky Top gym

Lenny Neslin

September 29, 2010

Shelby Pierson gave Quinnipiac students a chance to sample six different fitness courses Saturday while also showcasing the new gym at York Hill’s Rocky Top Student Center. The second annual Fitfest was hosted by York Hill’s...

WQAQ’s ‘island’ forms new sports media organization

Lenny Neslin

September 23, 2010

After mumblings of a separation last year, the Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network has broken off from WQAQ and is the newest approved student media organization at Quinnipiac. The sports broadcasting group without an antenna covers...

SGA freshman class election results

Lenny Neslin

September 22, 2010

Quinnipiac's Student Government Association's freshman class election results have been tallied. Here are the results: Total Votes: 778 Class of 2014 President: (votes received) Mike Cacciatore (196) Thomas Palumbo (181) P...

University looks to women’s golf, rugby for Title IX compliance

Lenny Neslin

September 15, 2010

Twenty-one days after U.S. District Judge Stefan R. Underhill ruled competitive cheer would not count as a varsity sport, putting Quinnipiac University in the national spotlight on July 21, the University announced its plans to...

I’m living in York HELL

Lenny Neslin

September 15, 2010

It’s a crime that residence halls in York Hill’s Crescent Hall lack air conditioning. No wonder students are starting to refer to Quinnipiac’s $300 million project as “York Hell.” The nickname seems fitting, as it’s...

Everyone should use Twitter

Lenny Neslin

April 28, 2010

For all you lazy, uninformed college students or those who are always “too busy” to catch up with the news, it’s time you joined the Twitter craze. And that’s just one of many purposes this rapidly-growing social networking...

Mount sweeps Quinnipiac in doubleheader

Lenny Neslin

March 27, 2010

Anthony Cinelli was two outs away from notching his first collegiate shutout for the Quinnipiac baseball team in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader against Mount St. Mary’s, but Josh Winter’s two-run homer brought...

Wong signs with Red Wings’ top affiliate

Lenny Neslin

March 24, 2010

Quinnipiac senior Brandon Wong signed a contract with the American Hockey League’s Grand Rapids (Mich.) Griffins, the top affiliate of the Detroit Red Wings. Wong will make his professional debut on Thursday, and will play in...

Bright future for men’s hoops

Lenny Neslin

March 24, 2010

The men’s basketball team left a hungry crowd at the TD Bank Sports Center in despair after missing out on a bite of March Madness by two points. Though the seniors in the crowd – or those who watched the championship ga...