The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Blue lights are fading

September 10, 2019

Safety shortcomings

April 16, 2019

Lock your car

David Friedlander

February 8, 2017

Last Thursday, I returned to my car after a day of classes to see the contents of my glove compartment thrown throughout the passenger side of my car. My car was burglarized. I searched my car to see if anything was taken....

QU does not have to be a safety school

David Friedlander

September 2, 2016

Quinnipiac University, or should I say Quinnipiac university, is at a pivotal point in its expansion and growth. It is my understanding that the lowercase “u” in the new logo was in an attempt to put is in the same realm as ...

A question of safety

Sara Kozlowski

March 27, 2014

The weekend before spring break, I was at York Hill with my car and needed to pass through the security gate to pick someone up. I held up my QCard for public safety to see, but kept my window rolled up, as I normally would. I exp...

‘Nothing is more important than…safety and security’

Amanda Hoskins

January 29, 2014

The university is working to enhance the Department of Public Safety officers’ ability to keep the campus community safe by appointing armed officers over the course of the semester. [media-credit name="Megan Maher" align="ali...

Lack of input on armed officer decision

Contributing Writer

January 29, 2014

In a recent email announcing a new policy of arming a Public Safety officers at Quinnipiac, the University sought to justify its decision by noting its conformity to similar programs at other elementary schools, high schools and ...