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Friendly would be up in arms

The QU Chronicle

April 22, 2010

The Fred Friendly First Amendment Award, presented annually by the School of Communications, has been given to some of the most respectable names in journalism--Tom Brokaw, Tim Russert and Bob Schieffer, to name a few. Quinnipiac...

Letter to the editor: SPB disappointed with coverage

The QU Chronicle

April 21, 2010

The Student Programming Board (SPB) is a group of dedicated members who share the common goal of having diverse and engaging programming on campus for the student body. The events we program occur every weekend and occasionally...

Shuttle system is unreliable, and that’s unacceptable

The QU Chronicle

April 21, 2010

One of the benefits of paying roughly $49,000 a year to go Quinnipiac University is a “free” shuttle service. These shuttles can be very useful at times, especially for students without cars on campus. But what good are they...

Meet Jack Oppenheimer and Katie Latonick

The QU Chronicle

April 19, 2010

Katie Latonick: She's got game Katie Latonick has played lacrosse side-by-side with her twin sister for seven years, but this year she was on her own. After red-shirting her freshman year, Katie Latonick came back this season w...

Letter to the Editor: Quad News: Dear QU, wake up!

The QU Chronicle

April 14, 2010

Every day thousands of students file through the first floor of the Carl Hansen Student Center past the bookstore and through the table-lined walkway leading to Tator Hall. Those tables represent some valuable real estate on campus...

Letter to the Editor: Students should register to vote for SGA elections

The QU Chronicle

April 14, 2010

A few weeks ago, the Student Government Association held their annual elections on Blackboard.  Two thousand, one hundred forty-eight students, or 37.7 percent of the undergraduate student body logged on and voted during the...

RAVE and WRECK of the week: April 12, 2010

The QU Chronicle

April 14, 2010

RAVE of the week: Lin Yu-chun stuns on talent show The new Susan Boyle has arrived and taken the form of Taiwanese man Lin Yu-chun. Lin performed a jaw-dropping performance of the Whitney Houston version of "I Will Always Love You...

SGA Update: Week of April 5

The QU Chronicle

April 7, 2010

Hey Bobcats! It is with great pleasure that I start this memo by congratulating all of you for participating in one of SGA’s largest voter turnouts! With more than 2,150 votes, the student body has successfully elected a...

Letter to the Editor: I have ‘lost faith’ due to SGA elections

The QU Chronicle

April 7, 2010

Being a member of the Student Programming Board (SPB) has given me a purpose at Quinnipiac University outside of my academics. Unfortunately, I have lost some faith in this community due to the recent results from the SGA election....

SGA election results

The QU Chronicle

March 31, 2010

Student Body President: Louis Venturelli Vice President of Finance: Elizabeth Clark Vice President of Programming: Vin Bond Vice President of Student Concerns: Nick Rossetti Vice President of Public Relations: Matt...

Letter to the Editor: Walts responds to Dance Co. article

The QU Chronicle

March 31, 2010

I am writing this letter in response to a Breaking News article by Joe Pelletier entitled “Dance Company charter revoked after longstanding violation.”  It is a fact that Dance Company has been in violation of SGA’s Char...

Editorial: SGA’s oversight unacceptable

The QU Chronicle

March 31, 2010

“When the opportunity was presented to the Public Relations Committee, immediate action was appropriately taken,” reads the letter from Jennifer Walts. This statement is disingenuous. Walts acknowledged being aware of ...