The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Sorting out Quinnipiac’s recycling crisis

Kellie Gleeson

April 15, 2004

Recycling has long been a challenge in the United States. To get more of a perspective on it, think about how much paper individuals throw out per year. When all this paper is accumulated, there would be enough to build a wall...

‘Cartridges For A Cure’ paying off

Marina McGowan

April 15, 2004

It is an investment that has been reaping big rewards among students on the Hamden High School Dance Team and they are looking beyond their classroom for help. Lynsey Teulings, a sophomore at the high school, initiated "Dancing...

A different kind of ‘Recycling’ program helps feed the homeless

Nancy Hall

April 15, 2004

Some people can walk down a busy city street and ignore the people living on the sidewalks with no roof over their heads. Others, however, see this tragic occurrence and are compelled to do everything they can in order to help. Jacky...

Sinanoglu knows what is important

David Leiper

April 8, 2004

Karacabey Levni Sinanoglu, adjunct professor of fine arts at Quinnipiac University, longs for the stability of a full-time teaching job but considers himself lucky to be teaching and to have free time to paint and be a father. "I...

David McClendon excels at teaching his craft

Danielle Barbarich

April 8, 2004

City Editor David McClendon is the youngest person in management at the New Haven Register. He is also an adjunct professor at Quinnipiac University. After being a journalist in five states, McClendon said the Register is his...

Around the world with Professor Kossakowski

Heather Cerrato

April 8, 2004

Edward Kossakowski, an adjunct international business professor at Quinnipiac University, has traveled to dozens of countries, enabling him to provide his students with insights into other cultures. "Teaching is a career I should...

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...

Students saving lives

Jamie DeLoma

April 8, 2004

Four students at Quinnipiac are really making a difference. Laurie Sica, Michelle Moore, Steven Forti and Angela Christoforou are student nurses and are working to fulfill their service learning project for class by ensuring...

Sophomore transfer solidifies QU soccer

Kevin Pedersen

April 1, 2004

With the athleticism and speed to play almost any sport, Quinnipiac sophomore Adam Abell chose soccer- the sport he has loved since his childhood. A native of Baltimore, Md., Abell played lacrosse and was a wrestler in high school....

Dr. Bruce: professor, researcher and musician

Jamie DeLoma

April 1, 2004

Dr. Alan Bruce is a man of intrigue, wonder and mystery. He has been involved in music since before he could drive and wanted to teach students since he was even younger. The Sociology and Criminal Studies professor is ready...

RA: more than a job

Jennifer Whitmore

March 25, 2004

Senior Melissa Majocha loves being a Resident Assistant. The always smiling and friendly Majocha is responsible for keeping the peace and making her residents comfortable with their new surroundings. Before Majocha graduates...

Ridley scores for QU

Heather Cerrato

March 25, 2004

Quinnipiac University student athlete Helen Ridley scores not only on the court but in the classroom as well. Ridley, 21, a junior, has played for Quinnipiac's women's basketball team since she was a freshman on a full scholarship. As...