The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Recognition sought for cager Bishop

Wesley Barrett - Guest Writer

November 7, 2002

Sometimes, in collegiate sports, it's not about how well you play the game, but how well you and your university are known. An excellent example is Jeremy Bishop of our Quinnipiac University Bobcats men's basketball team. Bishop...

Letter to the editor: QU library’s computer policies criticized

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November 7, 2002

To the editor: In recent weeks I have become more and more flustered at the situation that has become a common theme in the library. I, like so many other students, will be working in the computer lab upstairs (not the Cyber...

SGA and SPB should sever ties

Tom Hyde - Staff Writer

October 31, 2002

Since high school, I have attended dozens of leadership conferences throughout the country and I have seen many student governments and met many student leaders. As a member of the Quinnipiac Student Government Association, I...

Letter to the Editor: Poor security and facilities on Hogan Road

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October 31, 2002

To the Editor: Making the Hogan Road parking lot into a commuter overflow lot seemed like a good idea, but is it compromising the safety of commuter students? As a commuter, I often arrive on campus in the afternoon and stay...

Integrity key to academic advancement

Christine Dixon- Staff Writer

October 24, 2002

If you ever had to go to the hospital to get operated on, would you be thinking about whether the doctor performing the operation cheated his or her way through medical school? Or as you look up at the structure of the ceiling...

Letter to the editor: Name change offends graduate

Dave Phillips - Staff Writer

October 24, 2002

As a 1982 graduate of Quinnipiac College, I am thoroughly embarrassed and appalled by the change of the school's nickname from Braves to the new one. I am not the only one. Many of my alumni friends feel the same way. All of us...

Airline security still uncertain

Charles Griffin - Staff Writer

October 17, 2002

After twelve months of discussion, hand ringing and finger pointing, is the flying public any safer? Let's look at the progress and decide. After a $5 billion bailout of the airline industry, the revitalization of the Sky Marshal...

Republican looks toward 2004 election

Sean Hughes - Staff Writer

October 17, 2002

Wasn't it obvious what the former Vice President was doing when he bashed President George W. Bush on policies toward Iraq and the Saddam Hussein? Al Gore, Presidential candidate for 2004, now a given and not an undecided issue. It...

Support wanted from Lahey

Viktoria Sundqvist - Editor in

October 10, 2002

Those who were in the audience last Saturday listening to President John Lahey's Parent's Weekend speech must have heard him say it: "The student newspaper here doesn't always get things right." While this is a true statement,...

SGA member responds to criticism

Tom Hyde - Staff Writer

October 10, 2002

In hopes of involving more voices in the growing debate over the purpose of the Student Government Association, I would like those who have criticized the organization to first research the facts before publishing works that undermine...

Letter to the Editor: Leftists need to be heard

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October 10, 2002

To the Editor: Public and private universities have a history of academic freedom. Students and professors should have the opportunity to exchange a variety of viewpoints without censorship or fear of job loss. As John Stuart...

Editor weighs in on SGA debate

Joe Reynolds

October 3, 2002

With ongoing debates on the worth of the Student Government Association taking central focus on this page in recent weeks, I see it as only appropriate to make my position on the subject known. First, when it comes to any man-made...