The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Asian cuisine, organic station part of new Cafe

Rhiannon Adams

April 16, 2008

Eating day after day at the same location with the same spread of edibles is just one of the many facets of dorm dwelling. Because of this element of college life, it is no wonder that the suggestion board in the cafeteria displays...

Ford encourages students to vote

Rhiannon Adams

February 13, 2008

Chairman of the Democratic Leadership Council and former congressman Harold Ford Jr.'s message last Wednesday in Alumni Hall was that everyone in the country is just the same. Everyone wants to listen and vote to ensure that...

QU mobile gets the call

Rhiannon Adams

December 5, 2007

Consider how much easier the lives of Quinnipiac students would be if they were able to receive alerts announcing snow days and other important information right to their cell phones. Imagine being able to track the shuttle by...

Ghost-seeker spooks QU students

Rhiannon Adams

October 24, 2007

With Halloween just around the corner, Quinnipiac University hosted a guest familiar with ghosts this past Saturday night. John Zaffis, an expert on the paranormal, delivered a haunting presentation to the large group of wide-eyed...

Quick-fix meals for students

Rhiannon Adams

October 10, 2007

When students transition into college life, suddenly the comfort of mom's cooking, a full refrigerator and an available kitchen are absent luxuries. So, how does the college individual find the time and resources to eat varied...

Atomic bomb survivors tell their story

Rhiannon Adams

October 3, 2007

This past Thursday night, Quinnipiac University had the pleasure of welcoming three distinguished men to campus. Two survivors of the American nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Hirotami Yamada and Kohta Kiya and the...