The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Chronicle welcomes new Executive Board

Danielle M. Guinta

April 6, 2001

Last week The Chronicle held interviews to decide who would fill Editorial Board positions for the 2001-2002 academic school year. I am proud to say that Sarah Netter was given the position of Editor-in-Chief for next year's...

Leftover thoughts

Andy Zides

April 6, 2001

The Student Government Association is elected by the students. I've attended many SGA meetings this year, and the issues that are discussed are generally simple problems that students are experiencing. Rumors recently stated...

Ramblings of an unfocused mind

Ela Felcyn

March 22, 2001

Did you ever wonder about things? Anything at all? Like why the athletic center has blue tile near the walls, but a brown and off-white tiles in a checkered pattern in between this blue border? Is there a reason for this seemingly...

This week in baseball

Andy Zides

March 8, 2001

If the Mets want Gary Sheffield, they are going to have to give up a lot. At the very least, a trade for Sheffield would consist of Jay Payton and Alex Escobar for the power hitting Dodger outfielder. Ideally, the Mets would...

Lack of Comm at Career Fair

Danielle M. Guinta

March 8, 2001

How many of you out there are trying to get your life in order, and have a job for immediately after you graduate? Yeah, join the club! There were lots of well-dressed students packed into the Recreation Center on Thursday, Feb....

This week in baseball

Andy Zides

February 22, 2001

When I wrote that Alex Rodriguez signed with the Texas Rangers for $252 million, I did not write one sentence more. ARod was a Ranger, and that was the news. Anyone who wanted to hear about the enormous contract and all the...

More parking problems

Jaime Signor

February 22, 2001

Two minutes to get to class, the rain is pouring down and the only available parking space is down by the basketball courts. Almost every Quinnipiac commuter has experienced this feeling. On Oct. 30, the Commuters Club met to...

This week in baseball

Andy Zides

February 15, 2001

I was fortunate enough to come across a copy of a Feb. 1937 Life Magazine. Inside was an article about that year's spring training and the state of baseball in America. There were five points of interest in the article that...

Some friendly advice to the class of 2002

Jill Bouffard

February 15, 2001

Congratulations, you're a commuter! Yes, that's right, I'm talking to each and every one of you juniors out there! Come August you'll most likely be settled comfortably into your new apartments, after being booted off campus....

Reality for Juniors

Kristen Daley

February 8, 2001

I remember back to my Freshman year when I was certain that I would be spending four eventful years in close contact with my friends here at Quinnipiac. Oh, how I miss good old Quinnipiac College sometimes. Don't get me wrong,...

Where are they now? The players of the Clinton Years

Joe Reynolds

February 8, 2001

By Joe Reynolds- Political Analyst The Clinton party has vacated the White House, but America remains fixated on its major players. The pressing question is, "What will everyone do next?" Many eyes were focused on former Vice...

This week in baseball

Andy Zides

November 28, 2000

The other day while watching pre-game Superbowl interviews and highlights on ESPN with my friends in Dana, a short tribute was made for former "Miracle Met" center fielder, Tommie Agee, who died of a heart attack at 58 years old....