The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Take care of yourself first

Madison Fraitag

February 16, 2017

“You can’t take care of others if you can’t take care of yourself.”–Mary Mazzer. I used to think this quote was a guilt trip for people whose lives were a mess. I am someone who struggles to be positive every single...

Be your own good friend

Kelly Ryan

February 16, 2017

Since college, I have been told that I’m a really good friend. I’ve got the good listener part down and I’m a pro at dragging my friends to get pints of Ben and Jerry’s whenever they have bad days (or if I do). I asked...

Wreck: Love is dead again

Wreck: Love is dead again

October 19, 2016

Love yourself

October 13, 2016

Don’t be afraid to let go of what hurts you

Christina Popik

September 30, 2016

I’ve always hated change. I adapt to things very slowly and when I do, I want to stay in that place for as long as possible because it’s what is familiar. Plain and simple, people naturally love to be comfortable. Unfortu...

Love that lasts

February 25, 2015

Let’s talk about sex

Sarah Harris

February 12, 2014

Q: Do you think college students are taking the right precautions when it comes to safe sex? Matt Eisenberg  A: College students have many decisions to make when they decide to have sex. Pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections an...

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Sarah Harris

February 12, 2014

Between defining the relationship and thinking of ideas, gift giving on Valentine's Day can be a challenge. If you’re in a committed relationship, a hook up, or somewhere in between, deciding on what to give your significant ...

Valentine’s Day desserts

Kellie Mason

February 12, 2014

They always say if you want to get a man the best way is through his stomach. If you want to test this theory, now is the time. The celebrated holiday that shoots red and pink hearts out of nowhere is here: Valentine’s Day. To some...

Romance and Quinnipiac — Not the Ideal Cocktail

Sarah Rosenberg

November 7, 2011

After reading an article featured in the New York Times, my mother advised me to listen to the idea that love chooses us, and not the other way around. I wondered why she was so gung ho about the author’s stance on romance, but ...