The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Marijuana most common drug on campus

Lovanda Brown

February 19, 2014

Public Safety was called 24 times to deal with drug violations in the fall semester and nine times this semester, according to Chief of Public Safety David Barger. Over this academic year, Barger has received 111 disciplinary...

Students salute soldiers

Lovanda Brown

November 13, 2013

The Student Veteran’s Organization hosted its first “A Cup of G.I. Joe” event, dedicated to supporting deployed veterans, in front of the Carl Hansen Student Center on Monday, Nov.11. [media-credit name="Megan Maher" align="ali...

Not just a place to study

Lovanda Brown

November 6, 2013

The Arnold Bernhard Library offers a variety of different resources. From the large collection of printed books to its databases, there are many informational tools offered to suit the researching needs of each student. There are more than...

Football for First Book

Lovanda Brown

October 24, 2013

Pi Beta Phi hosted its second-annual Angels in the Endzone flag football event in effort to raise money for literacy awareness on the Quad Sunday. Hannah Schindler The sorority raised $1,777 for the Pi Beta Phi foundation, which supports Fir...

Parking issues persist

Lovanda Brown

October 19, 2013

Students assigned to park at Westwoods have been illegally parking on the Hilltop parking lot. Some students purchased Hilltop parking decals from students assigned to the area, according to Public Safety.   [media-cred...

Students create Long Island anti-bullying organization

Lovanda Brown

September 28, 2013

With spearheaded anti-bullying campaigns, the United States has been advocating the fight against bullying over the past few years, and two Quinnipiac students in particular have taken special interest in these efforts. Lovanda Brown | The Q...

CAP hosts annual Helping Hands Day

Lovanda Brown

September 18, 2013

Community Action Project members and volunteers hosted their annual Helping Hands event Saturday, Sept. 14, in the greater Hamden and New Haven area. The event was established in order to offer a “helping hand” to the  c...

Post office extends hours

Lovanda Brown

September 17, 2013

The Carl Hansen Student Center post office extended their hours this week and last week due to high demands and to improve service to the university community, Associate Vice President of Public Relations John Morgan said. From ...