The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Giants take the ice

Maggie White

November 6, 2003

The action and excitement were intense as The Sleeping Giants raced up and down the ice. But a couple of things one would normally see at a hockey game were missing: a coach and a referee. The team consists of 36 players, men...

CAP reaches out to community

Holly Pullano

November 6, 2003

The Community Action Project (CAP) held its annual Community Service Conference this past Saturday, Nov. 1, and offered students opportunities to get inspired about volunteering in their community. During the course of the day,...

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...

Dick Reilly to run for Mayor of Hamden

Jamie DeLoma

October 30, 2003

Dick Reilly wants your vote for Mayor of Hamden. The Quinnipiac alumnus graduated Larson College, the current location of Larson Place in 1958. Larson became Quinnipiac. He had just left the military, serving in Germany during...

Java John: The Man behind the Coffee

Jamie DeLoma

October 30, 2003

He is known simply as "Java John." However, other than the fact he makes our drinks, the student body at Quinnipiac knows very little about this mysterious man behind the counter. John Raccio, as he is known beyond the confines...

QU women hit the ground running

Marina McGowan

October 30, 2003

Through the park, under the arch, across the bridge and along the river there was nothing but sweat for three Quinnipiac students who participated in the 10th Annual Greater Hartford Marathon on Saturday, Oct. 11. Family and...

Gospel Choir grows

Robert Ballard

October 30, 2003

Quinnipiac's Gospel Choir is celebrating and singing its way into its third year in existence. It has grown dramatically over the past three years and has gone from six to about twenty-six students in the course of a single year. Despite...

Hamden: where living is not easy

Jenn Bartlett

October 23, 2003

Quinnipiac University takes pride in its community setting and is constantly making a point to encourage students to share this setting with the rest of the Hamden community. Jason Pollens, a student who completed his freshman...

Residence directors marry and live on campus

Jenn Press

October 23, 2003

A nice, quiet evening for two, interrupted by a situation with one of their 384 kids. No, this is not the woman who lived in a shoe. This is the newly married couple,Todd and Jeanne Liu, who are charge of 384 residents in Mountainview. On...

Phi Sigma Sigma hosts annual Rock-a-Thon

Jennifer DeAmicis

October 23, 2003

"We're gonna rock around the clock tonight." With the broadcast of those words, the Annual Phi Sigma Sigma Rock-a-Thon to benefit the National Kidney Foundation began. "We're going to rock in a rocking chair for 24 hours,"...

Former “Real World” stars share experiences

Allison Corneau

October 16, 2003

Quinnipiac welcomed two new roommates to campus Saturday night, but not your typical students ready to unpack their belongings in the traditional residence halls. Colin Mortensen and Ruthie Alcaide, of MTV's reality television...

Habitat for Humanity members to sponsor Spring Break week

Robert Ballard

October 16, 2003

Habitat for Humanity is a student run club at Quinnipiac whose purpose is to provide low cost housing to people in need. This year, as it has done for the past three years, the international organization is having what is known...