The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Taking a quick stop to talk with Amrish Bhuva

Jamie DeLoma

February 19, 2004

Suffering from a headache and need a Tylenol tablet? Or perhaps it is a roll of Strawberry Mentos that you crave? In either situation, chances are you will visit Amrish Bhuva at the Quick Stop. However, long before Amrish ever...

Camera shy plays benefit concert for Nicaragua trip

Kellie Gleeson

February 19, 2004

Camera Shy Paparazzi, a musical trio composed of David Blanchard, Craig Costagna, and Collen Toomey, the bands new bassist, performed in Alumni Hall and raised over a $1,000 dollars for students going to Nicaragua for the...

Christian Fellowship celebrates Super Bowl

Robert Ballard

February 12, 2004

A Super Bowl party for the Christian fellowship was held in Buckman Theater on February 1. In what organizer Matthew Tortora called, "A great turnout," about 30 students showed up as the attendants watched the game on a large...

WQAQ senior prepares to hit waves beyond QU

Jamie DeLoma

February 12, 2004

Jesse Elgarten is just like any other senior preparing to graduate in May. But, what makes him different is that he is the co-programming director at WQAQ, Quinnipiac's student-run radio station. The senior broadcast journalism...

Former U.S. Congressman speaks

Kelly Kass

February 12, 2004

"Black history is not just black history, it's American history," said J.C. Watts, Jr., a former congressman of Oklahoma, while discussing the current state of our nation, in an Alumni Hall lecture regarding Black History month. The...

Wanted: A show of student creativity

Marisa Koraus

February 12, 2004

As the Mar. 5 deadline quickly approaches, members of Montage, the literary magazine at Quinnipiac, are encouraging students to submit their works. The publication is exclusively composed of students' pieces including, artwork,...

Student art exhibits display expression and ideas

Jennifer DeAmicis

February 5, 2004

Duncan C. Weldon, a theater producer, once said, "A vision is a vision if it's only in your head. If no one gets to see it, it's as good as dead. It has to come to life." This is how Professor Peter DePietro, assistant professor...

Quinnipiac study abroad program on the rise

Robert Ballard

February 5, 2004

Many students would say that one of the biggest advantages of coming to Quinnipiac is its study abroad program. This program allows for students at the campus to explore someplace that they would ordinarily never visit....

Day Visits program to host admitted students

Jamie DeLoma

February 5, 2004

"The majority of students who come for a day visit come to Quinnipiac," Elizabeth Ludovico '99, associate director of Admissions, said. The Quinnipiac alumnus has run the Undergraduate Admissions Day Visit program for the past...

Father Lou begins final semester at Quinnipiac

Nicole Kurker-Stewart

January 29, 2004

Upstairs in the Student Center, next to the radio station, is the office of a very important man. His name is Father Lou Evangelisto, and he is the Catholic priest for Quinnipiac University. Evangelisto took the job here at...

SHADES: a semester in review

Jamie DeLoma

January 29, 2004

Based on former President John Fitzgerald Kennedy's words, "If we cannot now end our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity," SHADES is a program that hopes to make such a difference. The committee,...

Prof. Alan Bruce:

Paul Crevier

January 29, 2004

Alan Bruce is an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice, but unlike most professors at Quinnipiac, he was born and raised in Scotland. Although the native Scotsman now resides in West Hartford, Conn., he still...