The Quinnipiac Chronicle

York Hill cell troubles slowly looking up

Robert Grant

September 29, 2010

York Hill, home to the Crescent residence halls, the Rocky Top Student Center and TD Bank Sports Center, boasts state-of-the-art facilities. It does lack one thing, though: cell phone service. According to Jim Trella, director...

Velaj’s hat trick powers Quinnipiac to first win

Stephen Black

September 17, 2010

The Quinnipiac women’s soccer team defeated Dartmouth 3-1 at home on Friday to earn their first win of the year.  All three goals for the Bobcats (1-4) came from junior forward Furtuna Velaj, her fourth career hat trick. Velaj's...

Food for thought

Catherine Boudreau

September 15, 2010

The new cafeteria on the Mount Carmel campus is now offering its students alternative ways to beat the “Freshman 15.” Let’s face it--eating healthy in college is not easy. Fried chicken, french fries, pizza, chips, ice...

New classroom gig pays off

Amy Maciejowski

September 15, 2010

A cup of coffee doesn’t always have to be just a cup of coffee. In some instances, a meeting with coffee involved can result in an entirely new experience for the Quinnipiac community. When Professor Mark Hoffman sat down...

Quinnipiac community remembers 9/11 victims

C.J. Ferdenzi & Natalie Taylor

September 15, 2010

A crowd of about 100 students gathered at the steps of the Arnold Bernhard Library on Saturday to honor the victims of Sept. 11. “We were faced with great devastation and loss, but tonight we will remember each fallen hero,”...

GOT SAGET?

Joe Pelletier

September 15, 2010

More than 1,000 tickets remain available for the Student Programming Board’s Fall Show featuring Bob Saget on Oct. 2. All are for arena seating, though, as tables for undergraduates on the floor of the TD Bank Sports Center...

Security pushes ‘virtual escort’

Meghan Parmentier

September 15, 2010

Rave Guardian, a service piloted last spring, has gone live as of this semester, providing all members of the campus community with a direct line to security assistance in a moment’s notice. The service is currently optional...

Jersey Shore’s The Situation expected to earn $5 million this year

Erica Siciliano

September 15, 2010

The United States was founded on the principle that anything is possible.  People from all over the world flocked to America to gain success and the opportunity to be whatever they wanted to be.  Throughout the growth of America,...

I smell a rat…er, a man in a rat suit

Matt Ciepielowski

September 15, 2010

While I was driving into school recently, a giant rat dropped some pamphlets into my car. “Surely this will be enlightening,” I thought. A man standing around in rat costume in 90-degree weather is a man with opinions I...

I’m living in York HELL

Lenny Neslin

September 15, 2010

It’s a crime that residence halls in York Hill’s Crescent Hall lack air conditioning. No wonder students are starting to refer to Quinnipiac’s $300 million project as “York Hell.” The nickname seems fitting, as it’s...

Politics gets in way of good policy with Title IX

The Chronicle

September 15, 2010

On Wednesday, Sept. 1, Associate Director of Athletics and Recreation Linda Wooster sent an e-mail to the undergraduate population, calling for men to join the 1-credit ballroom dancing class. (At the time, 17 women and two men...

We have a serious parking problem

Julia Bucchianeri

September 15, 2010

We’ve all noticed the beautiful changes around campus. From the completion of Café Q, to the nice new admissions offices in Echlin, the construction seems to be dwindling and the pictures we looked at last year are coming to...