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O’Reilly riffs on childhood, sex

Erica Siciliano

April 14, 2010

QU After Dark presented comedian Rob O’Reilly to an enthusiastic crowd on Friday, April 9. Café Q came to life as students went to enjoy the musings of O’Reilly. Featured on Comedy Central and NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,”...

GLASS brings in drag show

Glenn Taylor

March 31, 2010

The GLASS (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Supporters) Drag Show was held in Buckman Theater on Friday, March 26 in front of a crowd of about 80 people. The event featured two of New York City’s most popular drag artists, Sherry Vine...

Murder By Death kills at WQAQ’s Spring Concert [Video]

Phil Nobile

March 20, 2010

Joe Pelletier As the sun set behind York Hill, the volume rose when WQAQ’s Spring Concert kicked off on Saturday night. Four bands, ranging from local talent to nationally acclaimed musicians, took to the stage in Alumn...

QU MUSIC ‘embarrassed’ by turnout

Matt Busekroos

February 24, 2010

QU MUSIC chair Tabor Chichakly is pissed off. Following the Haiti benefit concert co-sponsored by QU MUSIC and Alpha Phi Omega (APO), which raised $200, he told The Chronicle that there was “no excuse” for Quinnipiac students...

‘Vagina Monologues’ performances raise $600

Nicole Fano

February 22, 2010

Fourteen female students participated in a production of “The Vagina Monologues” on Feb. 19 and Feb. 21. The production was sponsored by Women Activists Vocalizing Equality (WAVE), whose purpose is to advocate feminist ideals,...

‘The Vagina Monologues’ takes stage tomorrow

Matt Busekroos

February 19, 2010

A special performance of Eve Ensler’s award-winning play “The Vagina Monologues” will take place tomorrow afternoon in Buckman Theater at 1 p.m. Sponsored by Women Activists Vocalizing Equality (WAVE), the contentious play...

QFS soaks in Sundance

Matt Busekroos

February 17, 2010

Spearheaded by treasurer and Sundance coordinator junior Caitlin Goldberg, the Quinnipiac Film Society (QFS) traveled for the third year in a row to the Sundance Film Festival. Twenty-five students engaged in discussion with filmmakers...

Battle of the Bands: Myopia wins WQAQ battle

Meghan Parmentier

February 17, 2010

Local musicians rocked Quinnipiac on Friday while competing in this year’s Battle of the Bands contest. Eight acts played a variety of genres to showcase their talent on the stage in Alumni Hall.  The free event’s audience ...

Pete Lee cracks up QU

Nicole Fano

February 11, 2010

Click here for an exclusive interview with Pete Lee Sounds of laughter echoed in Alumni Hall on Saturday, Feb. 6 when comedian Pete Lee entertained nearly 50 students with his “wimpy but mean” humor. The show open...

Jordan brings big laughs

Rhiannon Adams

February 3, 2010

Click here for an exclusive interview with Jordan. Comedian Ronnie Jordan is a man big in stature (this fact is a main topic of his act) and even bigger in talent. But applaud him ladies and gentlemen; he has lost eight pound...

Comedian Pete Lee promises laughs at QU

Nicole Fano

February 3, 2010

Comedian Pete Lee may not have been the “Last Comic Standing,” but this self-proclaimed “wimpy but mean” comedian promises to deliver a winning act. After working in advertising for some time, Lee discovered that his...