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What would QU do in a sexual assault case?

Sara Kozlowski

April 10, 2013

It seems college students don't prepare for sexual assault or rape on campus. Maybe someone will take karate lessons or a self-defense course, but most of the time it is of little concern until something actually happens. But...

Public Safety hopes to create parking, shuttle apps

Daniel Grosso

February 6, 2013

The days of endlessly scouring North Lot for a parking space or waiting for a shuttle could soon be over. Quinnipiac’s Department of Public Safety is exploring new options to relieve students, faculty and Quinnipiac staff members...

The drug protocol

Daniel Grosso

October 24, 2012

In the past couple of weeks, drugs have gotten a few Quinnipiac students in trouble with the law. Following two recent incidents, marijuana has become a hot topic at a university not typically associated with drugs. Chief...

New name for Quinnipiac Security

Robert Grant

August 29, 2012

The Quinnipiac University Department of Security recently changed its name to the Department of Public Safety during summer break. David Barger, the chief of security and safety, said the name change was in part due to the connotation...

Who’s loaded?

Catherine Boudreau

October 20, 2010

Tennessee, Arizona, Georgia and Virginia have all enacted laws explicitly allowing loaded guns in bars. Eighteen other states–Connecticut included–currently allow weapons in restaurants that serve alcohol. Expanded gun...