The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Chronicle Review: ‘Rocket to the Moon’ portrays harsh reality of love

Michelle Collins

November 7, 2006

The definition of love today is not what it was five or 10 years ago. These days, it is rare for a couple to get and stay married before the age of 30, and many people aren't "settling down" as often as they did before. Why settle...

Student apathy leaves Dems’ event with an empty feeling

Michelle Collins

October 24, 2006

The QU Democrats sponsored an apathy awareness event on Friday afternoon to help raise political knowledge for QU students, but hardly anyone showed up. The event was originally supposed to be held from noon to 4 p.m. in the...

Musica Fresca Tour provides culture, entertainment

Michelle Collins

October 10, 2006

The bands involved in the Musica Fresca Tour portrayed a strong passion for music and performing last Wednesday night at the Shubert Theater, but most of all, the artists showed they had a true passion for their culture. The...

Editor Speaks Out: Quinnipiac Lacks Creativity

Michelle Collins

September 26, 2006

Over the past three years, I have come to notice where Quinnipiac spends my money: on athletics. I have nothing against athletes or people who go to the gym. Many of my friends are on sports teams and, occasionally, pay the gym...

YouTube joins cyber networking community

Michelle Collins

September 19, 2006

If Facebook's newest features have become a little too excessive for you, then check out YouTube.com. This site, where people can watch and share original videos on the Web, has entered the Facebook realm, without the unappealing...

Album Review: Project 1.9

Michelle Collins

September 19, 2006

The band: Project 1.9 The album: "Broken Images" The Low Down: The Boston-based band Project 1.9 is made up of Ross Hopman, Adam Tabas, Nate Stearns and Dave Snell. After developing a fanbase by performing in bars and clubs...

Hamden’s hidden gems

Michelle Collins

September 5, 2006

Sundays Sidestreet Grille Comedy, 9 p.m. Free with QU ID 15 Dickerman Street (203) 407-1539 Monday, 9/11 Blues Brick Oven Pizza New Haven Jazz Orchestra - "Great Big Jazz Band" 8 p.m. 2035 Dixwell Avenue (across from Hamden High...

Rose Hill Drive: new band, classic rock

Michelle Collins

September 5, 2006

Rose Hill Drive has already performed with The Who and was asked by Van Halen to be their opening band, all before their first album had even been released. Rose Hill Drive is a three-member band from Boulder, Colo. Bandmates...

TV downloads keep viewers and Apple iTunes blissful

Michelle Collins

April 19, 2006

There is nothing worse than missing a brand new episode of your favorite show, knowing that it may not be on DVD for another year. Now with the help of iTunes and other Internet sources, viewers can conveniently download their...

Concert Review: Stroke 9 prove their worth at intimate campus performance

Michelle Collins

April 12, 2006

Any band that can take an audience of about 30 people and turn them into the rowdiest bunch of students Quinnipiac has ever seen deserves some recognition. The free SPB Spring Concert Friday night featured Stroke 9, a California-based...

Album Review: Teddy Geiger’s “Underage Thinking”

Michelle Collins

March 29, 2006

We've all heard it before on albums constructed by teens: the ups and downs of young, artificial love. But this recent high school graduate shows a more mature side to the situation. Geiger's "Underage Thinking" is not your usual...

Teen singer/songwriter Teddy Geiger releases album before he graduates from high school

Michelle Collins

March 29, 2006

He has been on television, toured with Hilary Duff, has been compared to a 10-years-younger version of John Mayer and his album hasn't even hit stores yet. John Theodore Geiger II, better known as Teddy, is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter...