The Quinnipiac Chronicle

New app warns noisy neighbors

Rebecca Castagna

March 5, 2014

Three seniors have teamed up to improve relations between Quinnipiac students and families living in Hamden. [media-credit name="Megan Maher" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] Connor Croteau, Stanley Martone and Thomas Nassr are the co-founders of Kricket, a new web ap...

Primary Care Project launches

Rebecca Castagna

November 18, 2013

Sixty million Americans lack access to primary care, according to the National Association of Community Health Centers. Starting today, Primary Care Progress, an interprofessional health sciences student organization, is launching...

Bald for Blake

Bald for Blake

September 12, 2013

Fire codes in York Hill residence halls

Rebecca Castagna

March 27, 2013

It is perhaps a college student’s greatest inconvenience when the slightest bit of smoke sets off fire alarms in a residence hall, sending half-asleep students out into the cold, dark night in their pajamas because that guy bur...

Straight, narrow-minded Boy Scouts of America

Rebecca Castagna

March 7, 2013

For more than a century, Boy Scouts have made campfires and explored the great outdoors. The values outlined in the Boy Scout Oath and Law have reflected the organization’s intent to shape young men into upstanding citizens,...

Benedict’s Bombshell: Reactions to Pope Benedict XVI renouncing his office

Rebecca Castagna

February 20, 2013

In the wake of Winter Storm Nemo, junior Zack Daly woke up last Monday to a flurry of surprise and speculation at the Vatican's announcement that Pope Benedict XVI plans to renounce his office. Benedict’s renouncement marks...

Delta Upsilon comes to QU

Delta Upsilon comes to QU

February 6, 2013