The Quinnipiac Chronicle

York Hill plans for health center next year

Nicole Celli

April 20, 2011

After two years without a health center at York Hill, one is expected for next year. According to Director of Student Health Kathryn Macaione, it has taken so long “for a variety of reasons.” “The state hasn’t been...

AT&T commits to York Hill services

Nicole Celli

April 20, 2011

AT&T customers, rejoice. The carrier has committed to provide service to the York Hill campus, according to Jim Trella, director of information technology project management. Trella hopes to see the service by the fall...

Albom is ‘living proof’ for grads

Nicole Celli

April 20, 2011

In case you didn’t know, Mitch Albom is a syndicated columnist for the Detroit Free Press, has written four successful novels, and is a sports commentator for ESPN. He is also the keynote speaker for the 2011 commencement ceremony,...

Irma, Dana will remain doubles; Complex wide open

Nicole Celli

April 13, 2011

Irma and Dana residence halls will remain doubles next year, according to Cindy Long Porter, director of Residential Life. “Certainly Irma and Dana were triples for a number of years, but I think we’ve moved beyond that,”...

Big Event draws big numbers [SLIDESHOW]

Nicole Celli

April 13, 2011

The Big Event exceeded expectations this year, as more than 1,200 participants volunteered at 81 sites. “I think that says that our students really communicate with each other, and they know a good opportunity when they see...

Spirit Week kicks off with involvement fair

Nicole Celli

March 31, 2011

Spirit Week kicked off in a different way this year, as student organization tables lined the path from the Café Q to Bobcat Way on Monday. After the involvement fair originally scheduled for Feb. 2 was canceled due to inclement...

Makings of a facelift

Nicole Celli

March 30, 2011

Carl’s not dying, the student center staff joked during spring break’s move-out period. He’s just getting a facelift. The Carl Hansen Student Center’s second floor hallway is scheduled for completion in August, according...

Seniors push for honor code

Nicole Celli

March 9, 2011

The proposal of a new honor code that would mandate students to sign a pledge of academic integrity for every assignment, paper or exam awaits the next Faculty Senate meeting. Seniors Emily Callahan and Jaclyn Wood, both members...

Yunus lecture postponed, not yet rescheduled

Nicole Celli

March 6, 2011

Monday's lecture featuring Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus has been postponed, according to a university update. A new date has not been scheduled as of Sunday. According to Associate Vice President for Public Re...

Facebook means business with new app

Nicole Celli

February 16, 2011

Facebook connects more than 500 million active users to friends and family all over the world, but with a new application called BranchOut users can expand their career networking through friends on Facebook. BranchOut, founded...

Sorority recruitment hits record numbers

Nicole Celli

February 9, 2011

There were record numbers of women who registered for sorority recruitment, participated in the first round, and actually received bids, according to Assistant Director of Student Center and Campus Life Courtney McKenna. “Those...

Money in the books

Nicole Celli

December 8, 2010

Quinnipiac students have saved upward of $250,000 this fall alone using the bookstore’s new Rent-A-Text program, and a national survey shows 99 percent of students who rent will do it again. Follett brought the rental option...