The Quinnipiac Chronicle

ACL injuries don’t stop volleyball star

Michael McKenna

April 26, 2006

Kalyn Hundley, a Quinnipiac senior volleyball player, tried her best as a kid not to get involved in playing sports, but it seems as if her fate was stronger than her will. "I kind of didn't have a choice when it came to playing...

The campus debate: MySpace vs ‘My Space’

Michael McKenna

April 26, 2006

It seems the habit of going online and checking your Facebook or MySpace page has become second nature to teens and twenty-somethings alike. However, there remains a crop of people among the masses who refuse to buy into the hype....

Stroke 9 to bring rock, possibly cabaret to weekend QU show

Michael McKenna

April 5, 2006

Talking on his cell phone while driving behind a school bus in his native San Francisco, Luke Esterkyn of the pop-rock band Stroke 9 proposed sunny California should impose a "hands-free law" of its own. "I think that's a good...

For whom the clocktower bell tolls

Michael McKenna

March 1, 2006

For years, Quinnipiac students and faculty alike have grown accustom to the clock tower, whether it be glancing up at it while running to class, walking across the Quad while humming along to one of its familiar tunes, or simply...

The Churchills’ ‘odds’ are in their favor

Michael McKenna

October 19, 2005

Chances are you have either never heard of the Churchills, or they are your guilty pleasure. If you have not heard them before, take a listen to their latest record, "The Odds of Winning." Odds are you will not regret it. Though...

Service trip brings students to Nicaragua

Michael McKenna

September 21, 2005

Do you have the same boring old plans for this year's spring break? Why not spend the week off doing something that will make you feel great and provide an invaluable service those that lack the essentials in life we take for...

American Hi-Fi set to debut new material at Hartford show

Michael McKenna

April 6, 2005

Pop-rockers American Hi-Fi will be making their return to Connecticut this Sunday when they hit the stage at Hartford's Webster Theater with the band Bowling for Soup. American Hi-Fi guitarist Jamie Arentzen is anticipating the...

Review of Be Cool

Michael McKenna

March 9, 2005

In a lukewarm sequel to the ingenious 1995 action-comedy "Get Shorty," director F. Gary Gray's "Be Cool" boasts an all-star cast which unfortunately goes to waste. The film, based on the novel penned by Elmore Leonard, follows...

Garden State’ showcases sitcom star Braff as director

Michael McKenna

September 29, 2004

The star of NBC's sitcom "Scrubs," Zach Braff, presents his screenwriting and directing debut in "Garden State," a film nominated for the Grand Jury Prize in Dramatics at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. Andrew Largeman, played...

WebAdvisor deemed a success

Michael McKenna

September 15, 2004

Course registration is a process that students has long dreaded and have gotten headaches over. This was considered the norm until now, until the recent development of a new way to register for classes at Quinnipiac: WebAdvisor. On...

WebAdvisor deemed a success

Michael McKenna

June 4, 2004

Course registration is a process that students have long dreaded and have gotten headaches over. This was the norm until now; until the recent development of a new, way to register for classes at Quinnipiac: WebAdvisor. On their...