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Make time for free time

Katherine Rojas

January 29, 2014

It’s important to give your mind and body a break and enjoy some solitude. By living on campus, you are constantly reminded of school. The thought of studying or completing homework assignments can make your body tense from s...

Benefits of joining an organization

Katherine Rojas

November 8, 2012

I have been a member of the Chronicle for three years now, and everyday I am reminded of its wonderful benefits. Joining the Chronicle has its perks, from the people I work with, to the informative conferences that include free...

Women’s basketball drops home opener

Cassie Comeau

November 18, 2010

Senior Courtney Kaminski joined an elite Quinnipiac crew on Wednesday, despite a 72-60 loss to the Holy Cross Crusaders. Kaminski tallied her 1,000th point of her collegiate career in the first half after her second basket. “It’s...

Men’s basketball staves off Hartford to win home opener [Video, slideshow]

John Healy

November 16, 2010

In its first home game since the heartbreaking loss against Robert Morris in the NEC Championship, the Quinnipiac men’s basketball team was involved in another thriller at the TD Bank Sports Center. This time it had a better...

Winless streak reaches four for men’s ice hockey

Matt Eisenberg

November 13, 2010

The third period has certainly not been favorable for Quinnipiac’s men’s ice hockey team, as the Bobcats have been outscored 13-6 in the final period. Nine of the 13 goals allowed have come in the past four games, including...

Babstock’s hat trick lifts women’s ice hockey over Harvard

Tim O'Donnell

November 13, 2010

When Kelly Babstock entered the TD Bank Sports Center Friday night, she was tied with Ohio State’s Laura McIntosh for the nation’s lead in points. When she left, she not only registered her first career hat trick but also...

Sloppy third set costs Bobcats

Chris Leary

November 12, 2010

Team captain Kayla Lawler has one message for the women’s volleyball team following its 3-1 loss against Bryant. Stay focused. “We need everyone just doing one thing better, one less error,” Lawler said. A 25-14 loss...

Yale bullies Bobcats at Ingalls, 5-1

Cassie Comeau

November 6, 2010

What started out as a 1-0 lead became a four-goal deficit. The Yale men’s ice hockey team crushed the Quinnipiac Bobcats in a 5-1 win with five unanswered goals on Saturday at Yale’s Ingalls Rink. The Yale Bulldogs (4-0...