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2020-2021 Student Government Association executive board voted into office in unconventional election

Graphic: Dylan Abad

Brooke Reilly

April 21, 2020

Follow @brooke1097 The Student Government Association held its annual elections on Tuesday, April 21. With the Quinnipiac campus being closed, elections looked different in multiple ways this year. The election was only for the executive board and chief justice positions, as class elections will be he...

SGA executive board and chief justice candidates campaign online

SGA executive board and chief justice candidates campaign online

Kaye Paddyfote

April 20, 2020

The Student Government Association's 2020-21 executive board elections are one of many events taking a virtual perspective. Instead of going door to door or hanging posters on campus, candidates are only able to campaign through social media. SGA President and Chair of the election committee Austin C...

QTHON 2020 goes virtual

QTHON management team total reveal

Brooke Reilly

April 16, 2020

Follow @brooke1097 QTHON is Quinnipiac’s annual 10-hour dance marathon that raises money for Connecticut Children’s in Hartford. The event was originally supposed to take place on Saturday, March 21, but it was cancelled due to COVID-19. This did not stop the QTHON 2020 management team from p...

Q30 News Online Exclusive 4/15/20

Q30 News Online Exclusive 4/15/20

April 16, 2020

Follow @q30news In this remote Q30 Newscast, Kassidy Berger anchors from her home in New York with the latest on COVID-19 and what’s happening around Quinnipiac. Quinnipiac is preparing residence halls to be used as housing for first responders; however, some students are concerned about ...

Quinnipiac prepares housing for first responders

The Irmagarde Tater residence hall is amongst those with students' belongings being packed up.

Brooke Reilly

April 14, 2020

Follow @brooke1097 Quinnipiac will be packing up students’ belongings that remain in university housing beginning on Tuesday, April 14. The university is doing this based on Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s “medical surge plan.” The plan includes the need for alternative living spaces for fi...

Saturday Night Seder!

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Gabby Brailovskiy

April 12, 2020

Follow @gbrailovskiy This past saturday, actor and comedian Jason Alexander hosted the first “online Seder.” The event was designed to raise money for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Foundation’s Coronavirus Emergency Response Fund and featured celebrities like Dan Levy, Andy Cohen, and Fra...

The CARES Act: Colleges and universities receive grants in wake of COVID-19

The CARES Act: Colleges and universities receive grants in wake of COVID-19

Brooke Reilly

April 9, 2020

Follow @brooke1097 Colleges and universities across the country are dealing with the financial impact of students not living on campus anymore, instruction online and other economic issues due to the coronavirus. Congress passed a bipartisan stimulus bill which is providing financial aid to insti...

Quinnipiac issues warning for “Zoombombing”

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Kassidy Berger

April 8, 2020

Follow @kassidyberger With classes moved online due to COVID-19, more Quinnipiac students, faculty and staff are using video conferencing software to complete work, meet for advising, and connect for student organization meetings.  However, there are concerns about the software program's, Zoom, pri...

Fundraising for St. Baldrick’s Continues Despite Global Pandemic

Fundraising for St. Baldrick's Continues Despite Global Pandemic

April 8, 2020

Follow @hephzibahrajan COVID-19 did not stop second-year students in the 3+3 program, Emma Morales and Evan Bell, from shaving their heads for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. The St. Baldrick's Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that fundraises for childhood cancer research. The S...

Senior year cut short due to COVID-19

Senior year cut short due to COVID-19

Kaye Paddyfote

April 6, 2020

Follow @kpaddy12 It was supposed to be a school year of many “lasts” for seniors at Quinnipiac; however, things took a turn for the worse. During spring break, students received an email from Quinnipiac University President Judy Olian informing them that classes would resume online after brea...

Companies give back to healthcare workers

Companies give back to healthcare workers

Hannah Mirsky

April 4, 2020

Follow @hannahmirsky223 Healthcare workers and first responders across the nation have been on the front lines working under conditions that hospitals were not prepared for. The shortages of face masks and gloves put their health and their families health at risk, since the virus can be brought back hom...

Students continue receiving Federal Work Study remotely

Students continue receiving Federal Work Study remotely

Luca Triant and Ethan McCabe

April 4, 2020

Follow @LucaTriant Follow @EthanMcCabe14 Quinnipiac University sent out information to its community regarding the status of federal work study employment on Friday. An email sent by Vice President for Enrollment Eric Sykes described to students the new measures the university is taking to address student employmen...

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