The Quinnipiac Chronicle

WQAQ moves towards streaming

Kristen Quaresimo

October 9, 2003

Only Quinnipiac students and Hamden locals have the ability to tune in to WQAQ, the university's student-run radio station. However, that could shortly change. Soon, friends and family out in California, or down in Florida,...

Fourth Wall Theater Club welcomes new membership

Maya Sobolev

October 9, 2003

Creativity is climbing high on campus with Fourth Wall, Quinnipiac's student theatre organization. The club provides opportunities for not just actors or directors, but for artists and musicians as well. Fourth Wall Theatre...

Kick Line determined to make this year the best

George Sloan

October 9, 2003

In the fall of 2000, Karen Nelson walked into a meeting for the Quinnipiac Kickline Team. Being a freshman, she was a bit apprehensive. Four years later, Nelson, now president of the team, sounds like a proud parent. "We have...

Sean Duffy: Professor and NCAA representative

Jennifer Lucich

October 9, 2003

Political science professor, Sean Duffy begins his third year as Quinnipiac University's Faculty Athletic Representative. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) requires Duffy to oversee the athletic program from...

Alpha Chi Omega to host Frisbee Fest

Marisa Koraus

October 2, 2003

In 1998, Alpha Chi Omega sister, Elizabeth Mary Pernel, was murdered, in Meriden, CT, as a result of a domestic dispute. Today, Pernel's fellow sorority sisters continue to remember her through their philanthropic efforts of...

Kenn Venit proves to be a ‘Jack of All Trades’

Jamie DeLoma

October 2, 2003

Adjunct Assistant Professor Kenn Venit, has gone from fighting an 8-foot-bear and eating pet food to sharing his love for journalism with the students of Quinnipiac University. "You have to love teaching to be an adjunct [professor],"...

Pember wheels her way to Sleeping Giant’s top

Kelly Kass

October 2, 2003

Emily Pember, a 21-year-old Quinnipac University senior, overcomes obstacles everyday. She is, in her words, "A survivor of Spina Bifida," one of the most commonly disabling birth defects. It results from the failure of the...

Albert Schweitzer Institute inspires Quinnipiac

George Sloan

September 25, 2003

"A little girl died in my arms," said David Ives to a packed house in Alumni Hall last year. This statement was not intended to shock the audience. Nor was it intended to upset them. It was intended to make them think, to open...

Fidelio gives performance of “Remembering Amy”

Kristen Quaresimo

September 25, 2003

In today's society of 50 Cent and Justin Timberlake, many seem to forget about everything that classical musicians like Beethoven and Chopin have brought to the music world. And according to actress Sandy Duncan, our culture's...

Dr. Rozett informs campus about dangers of smoking

Jamie DeLoma

September 25, 2003

Each year; smoking kills more people than AIDS, alcohol, drug abuse, car crashes, murders, suicides, and fires combined, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So when Ronald T. Rozett, M.D., M.P.H., the...

Bark Man teaches students to find their own beat

Maya Sobolev

September 25, 2003

On Sept. 15, the Global Rhythm tour debuted at Quinnipiac as part of (Students Helping and Advocating Diversity Education, or S.H.A.D.E.S' Multicultural Mondays. S.H.A.D.E.S is a student forum that gathers to organize programs...

Luther Turmelle enlightens future journalists

Jennifer DeAmicis

September 25, 2003

"The Society of Professional Journalist's mission is to help nurture the flow of young journalists in the business" said Luther Turmelle, the Milford Bureau Chief of the New Haven Registar and the President of the SBJ Pro Chapter...