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Apple Vision Pro: A student’s perspective using Apple’s first ‘Spatial Computer’

A.J. Gugliotta III, Contributing Writer February 7, 2024

What if you could have unlimited screens in front of you whenever you wanted? What if you could finish your homework on massive displays all in the palm of your hand? Apple introduced a headset called...

(From left) Hamden Dragons teammates Dashiell Kaye, Jeffery Lightfoot and Nathan Castiline participate in the Shoulder Check movement from the #HT40 Foundation on Saturday, which focuses on encouraging kindness in contact sports.

Hamden Youth Hockey celebrates partnership with NHL-endorsed foundation

Aidan Sheedy, Photography Editor December 6, 2023

There’s no more universal symbol of support than a hand on a shoulder. On the afternoon of Dec. 2, over 50 players and coaches from the Hamden Youth Hockey Association gathered at center ice,...

What to know about Quinnipiac’s three new buildings

Cat Murphy, News Editor November 8, 2023

On a late-October tour of the South Quad construction site, Sal Filardi pointed up at the three enormous steel skeletons before him and described to a group of hard-hatted student reporters the buildings...

Warm colors and cool air: A fall photo gallery

Warm colors and cool air: A fall photo gallery

Photography Staff October 31, 2023

Sweater weather is upon us again. The leaves are changing color, students are bundling up and The Chronicle photography staff is capturing the essence of autumn at Quinnipiac. From the quad to New Haven,...

Sophia Piperidis, 2, gives a high-five to a member of Quinnipiacs acrobatics and tumbling team after completing a somersault during Boomers Boo Bash on Saturday.

QU Athletics hosts annual Boomer’s Boo Bash

Jack Muscatello and Peyton McKenzie October 31, 2023

Summer-like weather graced the Mount Carmel Campus on Saturday, Oct. 28 for Boomer’s Boo Bash, hosted by Quinnipiac Athletics. Students, faculty and locals made their way to the Quinnipiac University...

Marge Erin Johnson, 33, isnt an ordinary drag queen — theyre a minister too. Johnson said they grew up in a very Christian household and now runs their own drag church services. I think drag and church is a really fantastic thing, they said. It challenges the Church and its anti-queerness ... drag church is a way for you to be loved as who you are, approved under the eye of God.

Despite threats and cancellations, New Haven Pride was louder and gayer than ever

Aidan Sheedy and Julia Kusmenko October 24, 2023

New Haven County community members gathered at the corner of Orange and Crown streets on Sunday afternoon to celebrate the area’s LGBTQ+ identities at the 2023 New Haven Pride festival. The New Haven...

Singer Tatiana Eva-Marie continues the Frank J. Natale concert series with Djangology in Quinnipiacs Buckman Theater on Thursday.

Acclaimed jazz musicians serenade QU audience

Tyler Rinko and Quinn O'Neill October 24, 2023

On Oct. 19, Tatiana Eva-Marie and The Avalon Jazz Band wowed audience members at Quinnipiac's Buckman Theater with their rendition of "Djangology." The band, comprising Gabe Terracciano on violin, Dion...

Graduate physical therapy students Annie Beckman (front) and Abbie Coughlin (back) pushes their students to their limit in a country-themed spin class on Friday.

RecWell hosts all-day spinning event

Aidan Sheedy, Photography Editor October 17, 2023

Under the brightest sun and clearest sky, the Quinnipiac Recreation and Wellness Center hosted an all-day spinning event at the Rocky Top Student Center at the York Hill on Friday.  Spin instructors...

Wounded Quinnipiac comes up just short against Boston College on banner night

Cameron Levasseur, Sports Editor October 7, 2023

HAMDEN, Conn. — On a night that celebrated Quinnipiac men’s hockey’s comeback national championship victory in April, the Bobcats gave a sold-out M&T Bank Arena a taste of that resilient flair....

Students cheer as Offset performs hit songs at the Student Programming Boards Wake the Giant concert on Sunday, April 30.

Offset headlines annual SPB Wake the Giant concert, Quinnipiac students perform

David Matos, Staff Writer May 1, 2023

To kick off the last week of spring semester classes, students flooded the M&T Bank Arena Sunday as Grammy-nominated rapper Offset took the stage at the Quinnipiac University Student Programming Board’s...

QU honors championship-winning men’s ice hockey team

Casey Wiederhold, Associate Photography Editor April 11, 2023

Quinnipiac and Hamden residents alike came together to celebrate the Men’s Ice Hockey team after winning the Frozen Four tournament in Tampa, FL. Faculty and students sat in a rally led by University...

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