The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Online tix are quick fix

Brianna Quinn

September 21, 2011

Were you ready to have Sam Adams, the guys of 3OH!3 and Hoodie Allen all at your fingertips? Well with the creation of Quinnipiac’s online ticket sales system, you should have been. Buying tickets to all Quinnipiac events...

Beardo was a weirdo

Nicole Fano

April 6, 2011

According to Facebook, 4,312 people like rap/punk rocker Beardo. Most likely none of those people are the Quinnipiac students who saw Beardo open for Ke$ha on Saturday at TD Bank Sports Center. Though Beardo didn’t live u...

Ke$ha hits QU [Slideshow]

The QU Chronicle

April 3, 2011

Ke$ha's love was Quinnipiac's drug when she partied on stage in front of a sold-out crowd last night at the TD Bank Sports Center. QU students celebrated Ke$ha's arrival to QU wearing bright, neon colors. They could be seen...

Rap/punk rocker Beardo will open for Ke$ha [Video]

Daniella Appolonia

March 25, 2011

Things are about to get hairy at Quinnipiac’s “Wake the Giant” concert as Beardo joins “The Get $leazy Tour,” SPB Mainstage Chair Jamie Kloss confirmed today. “Beardo is the name of a singer/songwriter based out...

Students show love for Ke$ha online and in line

Michele Snow

February 16, 2011

Quinnipiac students voiced both disappointment and delight as the news of Ke$ha headlining the spring concert exploded on campus, Facebook and Twitter this week. Even though Ke$ha is one of the most successful artists of the...

[Video] The line speaks for itself

Matt Ciepielowski

February 14, 2011

The line for Ke$ha tickets is...long. To say the least. (If you haven't heard, Ke$ha is coming)

Ke$ha: Love her or hate her, she’s coming to QU

Michele Snow and jamie Hill

February 9, 2011

PRO: Ke$ha may be one of the most controversial performers of the year, but you cannot deny that she has been one of the most entertaining. The effort she puts into her level of crazy has to be admired. The hair, the feathers, th...

15 Best Songs of 2010

Matt Busekroos

December 22, 2010

Mainstream music in 2010 felt like one bad teenage dream from an unlikely collaboration between Justin Bieber to Ludacris to the abomination of Ke$ha, who thrust her way into the pop culture lexicon. With some minor setbacks,...