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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘I don’t want to be a prisoner of my past’

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February 9, 2011

(Editor’s Note: The following words are from Jurkuch Jameswal Atem, a Quinnipiac senior, and one of the Sudanese refugees known as the “lost boys of Sudan.”) Sudanese people across the world cast their votes in the recent...

7 Valentine’s Day Don’ts

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February 9, 2011

Girls Don’t set your expectations too high, the boys are human too. -from your Opinion Editor, Julia Bucchianeri Don’t tell your boyfriend he doesn’t have to get you anything because we all know you don’t mean...

Where are they now?: Janine Duffy

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February 9, 2011

After my time at Quinnipiac I was presented with the opportunity to play overseas in Murzzuschlag, Austria. The opportunity was presented to me by a former teammate, Elyse Cole, who played the year before in Salzburg, Austria,...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Yes, we can’t forget, but our efforts were not misguided

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February 2, 2011

Dear Joe Pelletier (Editor-in-chief), While I appreciate your opinion and thank you for providing publicity toward our event, I whole heartedly disagree that our efforts were misguided. You are right about a few things however,...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Shuttle critique was ‘disrespectful’ mockery of event

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February 2, 2011

Dear Joe, I’m writing in response to the article posted in the Jan. 26 edition of the Chronicle titled “Shuttle boycott honorable, but misguided.” Just to begin, I will say that article was disrespectful. Being an...

Where are they now? James Feldeine

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December 8, 2010

After the heartbreaking defeat to Robert Morris in the NEC Championship game, it has been a long nine months for me. I was unsure of what I was going to do after that game; I knew I had a chance to play overseas, but didn’t...

Letter to the Editor: ‘The experience of diversity is your responsibility’

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November 10, 2010

Though the controversial circumstances through which it occurred were less than ideal, both as faculty and also as an ethnic minority, I am pleased that the QU community is paying attention to the issue of diversity in a more...

Letter to the Editor: Curriculum should support theater on campus

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October 19, 2010

(A response to “Get theater fill with EN102 alternative”) I was very pleased to learn about this class because I love theater. However, I was offended by their choice to “look first at what plays will be shown at the...

SGA Update: York Hill parking, shuttle systems on the docket

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October 11, 2010

Dear Bobcats, The Student Government Association has been working hard to enhance the quality of student life at Quinnipiac University. We take great pride in all that our community does well, and we recognize that there are...

SGA Update: Week of Sept. 27

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October 4, 2010

Happy October, Bobcats! This month is filled with awesome opportunities. Whether you want to voice your concerns to SGA or educate yourself on University initiatives, come to your general board meetings open to everyone held...

Parent condemns ‘Ultimate prey’ mentality

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September 22, 2010

It was shocking to read “Don’t become the ultimate prey” by Katie Krivitzky in the Chronicle on Thursday, September, 16. On Sunday, September 12 at 1:30 a.m. I received a call from the Hospital of Saint Raphael that my...

Burns talks first ladies on CNN [Video]

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September 20, 2010

Dr. Lisa Burns, an associate professor of media studies, appeared on CNN on Sept. 18 to discuss a report in which Michelle Obama allegedly described life in the White House as “hell.” "It really can be a suffocating position,"...