The Quinnipiac Chronicle

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...

QU students split on building new Conn. casino

Doug Manners

March 4, 2004

The Connecticut-based Schaghticoke Tribal Nation was granted federal recognition this month by the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. The tribe, which has its headquarters in the town of Kent, is looking at several sites in the...

Public Health Committee spreads awareness

Jennifer DeAmicis

March 4, 2004

On the tables in the Carl Hansen Student Center, one organization is trying to raise awareness about people's health. Public Health Committee is asking, "What's in Your Wallet"? To promote safe sex, they are handing out condoms...

Mayor ‘comes to grips’ with Hamden poverty

Jenn Bartlett

March 4, 2004

A man who has been out of work for a long period of time trains to be a United Parcel Service (UPS) driver. In order to obtain the job he must acquire a UPS license. However, because of his long-term unemployment he cannot afford...

Quinnipiac: devoted to ‘Sex’

Sara Gorelick

March 4, 2004

Nine o'clock Sunday, Feb. 22 marked the end of an era. Saddened viewers watched as the famous high heeled shoes clicked across the television screen for the last time. No, they were not Judy Garland's ruby red slippers. They were...

Sex, wieners and boobs debuts at Quinnipiac

Kellie Gleeson

February 26, 2004

Sex aka wieners and boobs - some people may think this is a new type of porn shop. But it is not. It is the newest comedy sponsored by Fourth Wall, the theatre group on campus, and directed by David Band and Russell Anderson. "I...

Students ‘dressed to impress’ at Career Fair

Mindy Matteis

February 26, 2004

Quinnipiac's 2004 Career Fair, a turnout of over 100 recruiting employers, brought suits and ties to a Recreation Center where tennis sneakers typically prevailed. The event held on Thursday, Feb. 19, featured employers of fields...

Film production program in France available

Jennifer DeAmicis

February 26, 2004

Quinnipiac University is ready to begin its fourth summer in France. Professor Raymond Foery, Chair of Media Production, is looking for 12 mature and responsible students who want an intense 3 weeks in Nice, France to develop,...

New History Club takes root

Nicole Kurker-Stewart

February 26, 2004

Recently, a new club has joined the ranks of the Quinnipiac University list of organizations. It is known as the History Club. Founded last semester by Laura Pront, a junior history major and Kathy Cooke, a history professor,...

Jazz concert to benefit school music programs

Nancy Hall

February 26, 2004

On Sunday, Feb. 29, Quinnipiac University will be hosting the SportsMusic Benefit Concert. The concert will consist of two acts with the proceeds benefiting the "Horns for Kids" ("H4K") program of the Great Connecticut Jazz Festival. Terry...

Q30 striving towards professionalism

Kellie Gleeson

February 19, 2004

Q30, the student-run television station, has continued its progression from a little known station to a professional broadcast. Over the last year, Q30 has gained recognition and has grown as a media outlet on campus. For Q30,...