The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Carleen Roy-Butler looks to improve campus community

Jamie DeLoma

January 29, 2004

"The purpose of human life is to serve and show compassion and the will to help others," Albert Schweitzer once said. Carleen Roy Butler, assistant director of Community Services and Experiential Learning, is here at Quinnipiac...

Angels help make holiday wishes come true

Jamie DeLoma

December 4, 2003

The Angel Tree took root approximately one year ago when David Blanchard, a senior production major, developed the idea of bringing an Angel Tree to the Quinnipiac campus after reading an article in the New Haven Register. As...

Hillel to host holiday party

Marina McGowan

December 4, 2003

Hillel will begin their holiday festivities early this season by hosting a Chanukah Party on Friday, Dec. 12. Even though Chanukah is much later this year, the organization decided that by having the party before finals those...

Club giving gift of literacy to local students

Nicole Kurker-Stewart

December 4, 2003

As the holidays approach, many people find themselves feeling more generous. However, students at Quinnipiac have already been in the giving mood. The members of the Physician Assistant Club (PA club) are a perfect example....

A look at “Trippy” Professor O’Brien

Nancy Hall

November 20, 2003

In a crowded office in the Ed McMahon Mass Communications Center is a carefree man with silver-gray hair and glasses who likes to lean back in his chair with his legs crossed. He uses words like "trippy" and "wild" to describe...

Marisa Melillo

Patrick Maguire

November 20, 2003

Every day students pass Quinnipiac University's post office, located in the Carl Hansen Student Center, and each time they are greeted by the familiar and smiling face of Marisa Melillo, the postmistress. "My job is an organized...

S.H.A.D.E.S hosts night of dancing

Robert Ballard

November 20, 2003

It was a night of music, dancing and even a little martial arts mixed in. The dance was put on by the S.H.A.D.E.S (Students. Helping. And. Advocating. Diversity. Education) organization. It took place on Monday, Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.,...

Thanksgiving break shuttle schedule

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November 20, 2003

Any student leaving a vehicle here on campus during the Thanksgiving break must go to the Security Office and fill out a form. Then a copy of that form is to be placed on the dashboard of the vehicle and the vehicle must be parked...

Seniors’ last hurrah

Maya Sobolev

November 20, 2003

The Senior Week planning committee has big plans for the class of 2004. Scheduled for May 13-16, 2004, the week is a chance for the senior class to enjoy themselves at Quinnipiac University before graduation. Final plans for...

Hamden’s working poor wait for aid

Jenn Bartlett

November 13, 2003

On the road to St. Ann's Soup Kitchen, on 930 Dixwell Avenue, an older man pushes all that is left of his belongings in a shopping cart on the side of the road. Across from him, children who should be in school look through wire...

Law Library exposed

Meredith Somers

November 6, 2003

A Quinnipiac University Law School student, a Quinnipiac Liberal Arts student and a member of the public walk into the Quinnipiac University School of Law library. The beginning of a bad joke? No, this is the regular occurrence...

Toad’s Place

Nancy Hall

November 6, 2003

Music blares from the inside of a small club as college students fight to get inside for a view of the band up on the stage. This is Toad's Place at 300 York Street in New Haven, legendary for its music and its mystique. "It...