The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Thanks for the Insights

Tom Hyde

May 9, 2003

I want to dedicate this article to all of the people on this campus who have inspired, unwittingly and otherwise, my intense curiosity with people and government. Because we are at the end of the year, I wanted to share with you...

Hyde’s advice for SGA

Tom Hyde

April 24, 2003

Many students were disappointed by the lack of efficiency in the recent housing lottery. In the past two years, Quinnipiac has revoked senior housing privileges and the right of freshmen students to bring their cars to campus....

U.S. should lead reconstruction

Tom Hyde

April 10, 2003

To listen to the French, German, Chinese and Russian diplomats discuss the reconstruction of Iraq in a post-war period, one might think that these two countries have made some sort of significant financial investment in the liberation...

Foreign war and the Quinnipiac community

Tom Hyde

March 27, 2003

Whether or not you agree with the political and social implications of advancing our troops into Iraq, it is obvious that this war underscores many of the central values that lack definition on our campus. I have often harped...

Hyde makes case for SGA presidency

Tom Hyde

February 27, 2003

People always tell me not to take elections personally. "Tom," they'll say, "just run a decent campaign and don't get too upset if things don't work out." Now, as I run for Student Government President against Melissa Dudra, my...

SGA elections: politically weak

Tom Hyde

February 20, 2003

Do you know that over $500,000 of your tuition money is given to the Student Government Association (SGA) every year to spend on student organizations? Are you aware that every executive board member of SGA is granted a $10,000...

United States’ obligation in Iraq

Tom Hyde

February 6, 2003

The United States has the right to defend its interests beyond its borders in the interest of national security, even if that means taking a unilateral stance on a war with Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. The concept of war with...

Debate over gay civil unions intensifies

Tom Hyde

January 30, 2003

As one of the 19 Quinnipiac students who attended a recent two-week seminar on the study of the Congress and the media in Washington D.C., I was able to learn first-hand from some of the dominant political personalities in the...