The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Students salute soldiers

Lovanda Brown

November 13, 2013

The Student Veteran’s Organization hosted its first “A Cup of G.I. Joe” event, dedicated to supporting deployed veterans, in front of the Carl Hansen Student Center on Monday, Nov.11. [media-credit name="Megan Maher" align="ali...

Rocking the night away

Rocking the night away

October 30, 2013

Lymphedema: an underexposed illness

Sarah Doiron

October 24, 2013

On Sunday Oct. 20, the Student Occupational Therapy Association hosted its second annual CompOTition event to raise awareness for lymphedema, a complication commonly seen in breast cancer survivors. [media-credit name="Nina Burns" align...

Football for First Book

Lovanda Brown

October 24, 2013

Pi Beta Phi hosted its second-annual Angels in the Endzone flag football event in effort to raise money for literacy awareness on the Quad Sunday. Hannah Schindler The sorority raised $1,777 for the Pi Beta Phi foundation, which supports Fir...

QuinniPR brings breast cancer awareness to campus

Sarah Doiron

October 17, 2013

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, members of QuinniPR, the public relations organization, sold pink hair extensions in the Piazza on Thursday, Oct. 10, to support the Susan G. Komen Foundation and to spread br...

Zeta Beta Tau gets on the ball

Sarah Doiron

October 11, 2013

Zeta Beta Tau is hosting its first Get on the Ball event this week to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network, an organization that supports children who are terminally ill. Megan Maher The fraternity members will be...

Fink says goodbye to Greeks

Nicole Hanson

October 4, 2013

As Greek life on campus is in full-bloom, Gregory Fink, assistant director for student center and campus life for Greek life, prepares to move on from his Quinnipiac career. On Oct. 10, Fink will say goodbye to Quinnipiac's fraternities...

Biking for a cause

Julia Perkins

October 2, 2013

The brothers of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity spent the past three days riding stationary bikes on Bobcat Way Lawn to raise awareness and money for their philanthropy Push America. [media-credit name="Megan Maher" align="alignright" wid...

Hall Wars turnout lower than expected

Adelia Couser

October 1, 2013

Although 32 teams pre-registered for Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Hall Wars on Sunday, Sept. 29, only 17 teams went to compete in the battle between freshmen and sophomore residence halls to raise money for AIDS Project New Haven. ...

Habitat for Humanity lends a hand

Nicole Hanson

October 1, 2013

On Sept. 25, Habitat for Humanity raised awareness for poverty and homelessness by holding its annual Shack-A-Thon event on the Quad. During Shack-A-Thon, participants were given duct tape and cardboard boxes to build the shelters...

CAP hosts annual Helping Hands Day

Lovanda Brown

September 18, 2013

Community Action Project members and volunteers hosted their annual Helping Hands event Saturday, Sept. 14, in the greater Hamden and New Haven area. The event was established in order to offer a “helping hand” to the  c...