The Quinnipiac Chronicle

On the verge…Teddy Geiger

Michelle Collins

March 8, 2006

He has been on television, toured with Hilary Duff, and 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 Geiger, is a 17-year-old...

Album review: Flipsyde set to tour debut disc as opener for Black Eyed Peas

Michelle Collins

March 8, 2006

For all the liberal doves that have been waiting for an anti-war hip hop album: It's time to celebrate. Flipsyde's debut album "We the People" is unlike your usual hip hop album. The quartet from Oakland, Calif., incorporates...

Apollo Night a high energy success

Michelle Collins

March 1, 2006

It was a night of music, comedy, and dance moves like you have never seen before. If you missed it, you missed out. Black Student Union's annual Apollo Night, was held in Alumni Hall this past Friday night. According to the show's...

2006 Grammy Awards all about newcomers

Michelle Collins

February 15, 2006

Any awards show that opens with a 47-year-old woman dancing in a leotard is sure to please. Madonna opened the 48th annual Grammy Awards Wednesday night with a live performance of her latest single "Time Goes By." CBS celebrated...

Album Review: Charles Kelley- “2 the 9’s”

Michelle Collins

February 15, 2006

Charles Kelley's debut album, "2 the 9's" is out now, but beware: he sounds just like every other male singer. If you like John Mayer, Jack Johnson, or even Charles' older brother, Josh, you will probably like "2 the 9's." However,...

Tech choices abound to keep students connected

Michelle Collins

February 1, 2006

In today's world of technology, cell phones are so last year. Until a few years ago, it was unusual to see someone without a cell phone plastered to the side of their face. However, today it is strange to see someone without...

Jamie Cullum not just another pop singer

Michelle Collins

December 7, 2005

Do not judge Jamie Cullum by his album cover: he is not another pop singer. Cullum, a 26-year-old British songwriter, singer, and piano virtuoso, has recently released his second album, "Catching Tales." His debut album, "Twentysomething,"...

Dredg disc offers refreshing new sound

Michelle Collins

November 2, 2005

If you have been waiting for the day that Fallout Boy meets metal, then you are in luck. Dredg is a four-member band, including Gavin Hayes (vocals/guitar), Mark Engles (guitar), Drew Roulette (bass) and Dino Campanella (drums)....

Students pitch a variety of ideas for own reality shows

Michelle Collins

October 26, 2005

Television has been entertaining viewers for years now with reality TV shows, which let us watch other people's lives instead of having to live our own. With shows like "Breaking Bonaduce," "America's Next Top Model" and "Hogan...

Technology in the classroom: podcasting introduced

Michelle Collins

September 28, 2005

Forget downloading music: podcasting is becoming one of the most popular media deliveries on the Internet. However, not very many Quinnipiac students seem to know what the heck it is. "Podcasts fit perfectly into the emerging...

Make ‘Plans’ to check out new Death Cab disc

Michelle Collins

September 21, 2005

Most college students spend their time being confused with two things: life and love. Death Cab for Cutie gives solace to college students everywhere with their latest album, "Plans." The 11 tracks on the record express fears...

UK pop import Bedingfield offers personal touch with new music

Michelle Collins

September 14, 2005

In September 2004, 22-year-old pop singer Natasha Bedingfield, sister of pop singer Daniel Bedingfield, took the United Kingdom by storm with her first album "Unwritten," which shot almost immediately to no. 1 on the charts. Less...