The Quinnipiac Chronicle

QU to enhance cell phone reception

Robert Grant

October 10, 2012

Around the residence halls, in classrooms and in the library there is one problem many students may encounter: bad cell phone reception. But that is about to change. Quinnipiac has recently signed a commitment with a third-party...

New name for Quinnipiac Security

Robert Grant

August 29, 2012

The Quinnipiac University Department of Security recently changed its name to the Department of Public Safety during summer break. David Barger, the chief of security and safety, said the name change was in part due to the connotation...

QU to host film training program

Robert Grant

May 2, 2012

The Connecticut Film Industry Training Program will be returning for its fifth and final year at Quinnipiac. The FITP is aimed to teach individuals the basics of feature film and episodic television production and potentially help...

‘Be The Match’ event raises awareness of bone marrow diseases

Robert Grant

April 25, 2012

More than 30,000 people are currently diagnosed with life-threatening diseases for which a bone marrow transplant may offer a cure. Fifty-six members of the Quinnipiac community attempted to decrease that number by participating in K...

Students for Environmental Action encourage energy saving

Robert Grant

March 26, 2012

Brackets are common in the month of March for basketball fans, but not to compare energy uses in residence halls. Do It In The Dark, sponsored by Students for Environmental Action (SEA) and the Facilities Department, is an...

Quinnipiac celebrates Black History Month with documentary screening

Robert Grant

February 11, 2012

You have probably heard of Martin Luther King Jr. and Thurgood Marshall, but the work of Constance Baker Motley might be unfamiliar. Michael Calia, director of the Ed McMahon Communications Center, had not heard of Motley either...

On heels of student’s death, grief group forms

Robert Grant

February 8, 2012

Denial, anger, bargaining (the what ifs), depression and acceptance make up the five stages of grief, and the recently-formed Healing from Grief Group at Quinnipiac helps students through those stages. The Healing from Grief...

Sailesh comes to Quinnipaic

Robert Grant

January 24, 2012

Many things have been seen on stage at Quinnipiac, but students acting as the opposite gender, making out with chairs and shouting out the sounds of an orgasm might be the most interesting. The Student Programming Board and...