The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Diaz brings joy of teaching to Quinnipiac

Marisa Koraus

September 18, 2003

Margarita Diaz sits down in the cafeteria, and over a tuna wrap with a side of tomatoes and pickles, she begins to share her story. What makes her history interesting is that her career choices have led her from Puerto Rico,...

Polling Institute looks to hire new employees

copress

September 18, 2003

Just off campus, adjacent to New Road, there is a nondescript house. It looks as if a family of four resides there, with quaint windows and a side entrance door. Unbeknownst to the passerby or Quinnipiac student, the building...

Game Room provides entertainment for students

Amy Codagnone

September 18, 2003

The staff of Quinnipiac's Game Room, located upstairs in the student center, is working to make many improvements in the recreational facility. The staff's goal for the Game Room is to provide a place where students can always...

Skys the limit for performing Dancing Wheels

Erin Kurbikoff

September 11, 2003

Friday evening, Sept. 5, the crowd poured into Buckman Theater to see a very unique performance put on by Dancing Wheels, a division of the Cleveland Ballet. Mary Verdi-Fletcher founded this world-renowned dance company in 1980,...

Learning Center continues to build potential

Holly Pullano

September 11, 2003

New freshmen on campus may be wondering how they are going to balance all their classes, studying and homework with their newfound freedom as college students. Luckily, the Learning Center, located in Tator Hall, offers numerous...

Skakel’s attorney Michael Sherman speaks to Quinnipiac Law School

Jamie DeLoma

September 11, 2003

"You only accomplish something by winning," explained Michael "Mickey" Sherman during his presentation last Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the School of Law. The high-profile criminal defense attorney who is best known for the Michael...

Q.U.A.D. brings after dark events to Quinnipiac

Jennifer DeAmicis

September 11, 2003

"Ed Kovacs and I got in front of the camera and made a music video to the song,'Baby Got Back'." This is just one of the memories that Anthony Vindigni, a sophomore Criminal Justice and Legal Studies major, has about a past Q.U.A.D....

SHADES brings diversity on Multicultural Mondays

Marina McGowan

September 4, 2003

September has officially marked the beginning of a new school year, with fresh faces and a new environment. This new beginning brings the necessity to get involved in student organizations and to adapt to a cross section and...

Patrick Frazier: from Cairo to Cali to Q.U.

Marisa Koraus

September 4, 2003

As students moved onto the Quinnipiac campus for the start of the new school year, Patrick Frazier started his efforts to move them back off. But no one should take offense because he is only doing his job. On August first,...

A glance at Q.U. senior Jon Kroll

Sara Fisher

May 9, 2003

Jon Kroll. Does that name ring a bell? Kroll's short stature, brown curly hair and bright pink book bag should stick out in most peoples' minds. But what makes Kroll, a Quinnipiac University senior, so great? Perhaps because...

Quinnipiac graduates-turned staff- discuss why they never left campus

Holly Pullano

May 9, 2003

As you look around at the school where you have chosen to spend the next four years, ask youself what was it that drew you here? It might be the beauty of the campus, the sense of community, the athletics, or the school's reputation...

Melissa Dudra: Continuing reign as SGA President

Marisa Koraus

May 9, 2003

Melissa Dudra quickly throws her brown hair up into a careless ponytail as she rushes to get organized. She is sitting in her cramped little office and after finally having some time between answering phones, scheduling meetings,...