The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Women’s Lax relocates to Yale, loses opener to UVM, 11-10

Robert Ballard

March 9, 2005

The women's lacrosse team dropped their season opener at home, which due to the snow was played on Yale's field hockey/lacrosse complex, to the University of Vermont in the fourth overtime, by a score of 11-10. The UVM Catamount's...

Weddington relates Roe v. Wade experience

Robert Ballard

April 8, 2004

Sarah Weddington, the defense attorney in the legendary Roe vs. Wade case spoke at Quinnipiac's Law School on March 30. The speech was given in the Grand Courtroom for the 17th annual "Silver Golub and Teitell." Weddington was...

Christian Fellowship celebrates Super Bowl

Robert Ballard

February 12, 2004

A Super Bowl party for the Christian fellowship was held in Buckman Theater on February 1. In what organizer Matthew Tortora called, "A great turnout," about 30 students showed up as the attendants watched the game on a large...

Quinnipiac study abroad program on the rise

Robert Ballard

February 5, 2004

Many students would say that one of the biggest advantages of coming to Quinnipiac is its study abroad program. This program allows for students at the campus to explore someplace that they would ordinarily never visit....

S.H.A.D.E.S hosts night of dancing

Robert Ballard

November 20, 2003

It was a night of music, dancing and even a little martial arts mixed in. The dance was put on by the S.H.A.D.E.S (Students. Helping. And. Advocating. Diversity. Education) organization. It took place on Monday, Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.,...

Gospel Choir grows

Robert Ballard

October 30, 2003

Quinnipiac's Gospel Choir is celebrating and singing its way into its third year in existence. It has grown dramatically over the past three years and has gone from six to about twenty-six students in the course of a single year. Despite...

Habitat for Humanity members to sponsor Spring Break week

Robert Ballard

October 16, 2003

Habitat for Humanity is a student run club at Quinnipiac whose purpose is to provide low cost housing to people in need. This year, as it has done for the past three years, the international organization is having what is known...