The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Wanted: A show of student creativity

Marisa Koraus

February 12, 2004

As the Mar. 5 deadline quickly approaches, members of Montage, the literary magazine at Quinnipiac, are encouraging students to submit their works. The publication is exclusively composed of students' pieces including, artwork,...

Childhood is no more

Marisa Koraus

October 15, 2003

Children no longer exist. In today's society, babies are born into a world where they are going to school at the age of three, using cell phones by six or seven, working by 13, and driving by 16. Their day jobs are their nurseries,...

Alpha Chi Omega to host Frisbee Fest

Marisa Koraus

October 1, 2003

In 1998, Alpha Chi Omega sister, Elizabeth Mary Pernel, was murdered, in Meriden, CT, as a result of a domestic dispute. Today, Pernel's fellow sorority sisters continue to remember her through their philanthropic efforts of...

Diaz brings joy of teaching to Quinnipiac

Marisa Koraus

September 17, 2003

Margarita Diaz sits down in the cafeteria, and over a tuna wrap with a side of tomatoes and pickles, she begins to share her story. What makes her history interesting is that her career choices have led her from Puerto Rico,...

Patrick Frazier: from Cairo to Cali to Q.U.

Marisa Koraus

September 3, 2003

As students moved onto the Quinnipiac campus for the start of the new school year, Patrick Frazier started his efforts to move them back off. But no one should take offense because he is only doing his job. On August first,...

Melissa Dudra: Continuing reign as SGA President

Marisa Koraus

May 8, 2003

Melissa Dudra quickly throws her brown hair up into a careless ponytail as she rushes to get organized. She is sitting in her cramped little office and after finally having some time between answering phones, scheduling meetings,...

Seniors reflect on graduation and their futures

Marisa Koraus

April 23, 2003

Dr. Seuss once said, "You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. You are the guy who'll decide where to go." And...

Chartwells community supports troops in Iraq

Marisa Koraus

April 15, 2003

The war in Iraq has affected everyone in some way; whether it be from headlines on newspapers, special broadcasts on TV, or by saying goodbye to a friend or loved one that is on his or her way to the war field. As a result of...

Career services prepares students for ‘real world’

Marisa Koraus

April 15, 2003

As graduating seniors, entering freshmen and underclassmen can tell you college life is not always easy. Sure, we are here to get an education and to make friends, but we also have to ask ourselves questions such as, "What major...

Plans in place for Student Center

Marisa Koraus

April 3, 2003

Whether to walk to class, check mailboxes, go to the ATM machine, visit either the Quikstop or the bookstore, or to become part of a student organization, the Carl Hansen Student Center affects every student activity here on campus....

Quinnipiac creating class of commuters

Marisa Koraus

February 20, 2003

Three years ago, a change was made to Quinnipiac's residential policies. This change currently guarantees housing for only the first three years of a student's college experience. As a result, arrangements must be made to find...

To live the life of a warrior

Marisa Koraus

February 6, 2003

There is no question that the recent acts of terrorism and violence in the country have affected everyone in some way. However, Quinnipiac's quiet campus, which is surrounded by green grass, pleasant walkways and clock tower...