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Quinnipiac alum starts petition to remove Chair of the Quinnipiac Board of Trustees

Quinnipiac alum starts petition to remove Chair of the Quinnipiac Board of Trustees

Brooke Reilly

August 28, 2019

Follow @brooke1097 Quinnipiac alum, Jack Onofrio ‘19, started a petition on Monday to remove Chair of the Quinnipiac Board of Trustees, William Weldon, who worked for Johnson & Johnson during the opioid epidemic. After learning that Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $572 million for ...

Changes coming across Quinnipiac, from residence halls to campus life

Changes coming across Quinnipiac, from residence halls to campus life

Olivia Schueller

August 27, 2019

Written by Olivia Schueller Video by Kailee Heffler Follow @oliviaschueller Follow @HefflerKailee Renovations are being made to the three residence halls that were affected by asbestos, along with cosmetic changes and upgrades across all three campuses to better the overall student experience....

The future of Quinnipiac’s safety

The future of Quinnipiac’s safety

Kaye Paddyfote

August 27, 2019

You may notice that Hamden police is frequently present on the Mount Carmel campus. They are there to provide the university some extra safety. Bill number HB-7242, an act concerning police officers at independent institutions of higher education, would allow universities to have “hybrid police...

Quinnipiac welcomes Eric Sykes as the new vice president of enrollment

Quinnipiac welcomes Eric Sykes as the new vice president of enrollment

Kaye Paddyfote

August 27, 2019

Quinnipiac will be adding an addition to its admissions team soon. On Sept. 16, 2019, Eric Sykes will become the new vice president of enrollment management. Sykes is coming from Emerson College in Massachusetts, where he currently serves as associate vice president of enrollment management and dean ...

Janelle Chiasera Appointed as New Dean of the School of Health Sciences

Janelle Chiasera Appointed as New Dean of the School of Health Sciences

Brooke Reilly

August 26, 2019

Janelle Chiasera, Ph.D., has been appointed to the position of dean of the School of Health Sciences. She is replacing Dr. William Kohlhepp, who announced last year that he would step down as dean and go back to working as a faculty member beginning this semester. The Quinnipiac community was made awar...

Quinnipiac Dining expands food and beverage options 

Quinnipiac Dining expands food and beverage options 

Olivia Schueller

August 23, 2019

Follow @oliviaschueller A number of changes are coming to QuinnipiacDining across all three campuses.  “We’re adding an entire new vegan [and] vegetarian food station called Harvest,” Chuck Couture, resident district manager of QU Dining said.      Harvest will be an addition to Quinnipiac...

Quinnipiac Bookstore Hosting Bed Bath & Beyond Pop Up Shop for Move-In

Quinnipiac Bookstore Hosting Bed Bath & Beyond Pop Up Shop for Move-In

Kassidy Berger

August 22, 2019

The Quinnipiac Bookstore is partnering with two companies to host convenient pop up shops on campus just in time for move-in.  On Thursday, Aug. 22 and Friday, Aug. 23, Bed Bath and Beyond of Hamden will have merchandise for sale in front of the Carl Hansen Student Center. The shop will be open from ...

Cash in on the New Change to Work-Study Program

Cash in on the New Change to Work-Study Program

Dylan Abad

August 20, 2019

The federal work-study program provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money and help pay their educational expenses.  “Federal work-study provides an opportunity for students to gain valuable work experience while pursuing their degree,...

Quinnipiac professors double as Albert Schweitzer fellows

Quinnipiac professors double as Albert Schweitzer fellows

Kaye Paddyfote

August 18, 2019

The Albert Schweitzer Institute is an organization that helps coordinate U.S. and international programs that put a large emphasis on education, ethics and volunteering. And this year, many professors at Quinnipiac are involved with the Albert Schweitzer Institute.  The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship was founded...

Studying abroad at Quinnipiac

Studying abroad at Quinnipiac

Kailee Heffler

August 8, 2019

Study Abroad. Most students hear this phrase and immediately think about a friend who took a four month “vacation,” not knowing the considerable amount of work that is put into the study abroad process. Studying abroad focuses around immersing oneself into another culture while learning and...

New renovations to come to Quinnipiac’s campuses

New renovations to come to Quinnipiac’s campuses

Brooke Reilly

August 2, 2019

Follow @brooke1097 Students can expect to see some changes when they return to Quinnipiac’s campuses for the start of the school year in a few weeks. The Quinnipiac University Facilities Department has been spending the summer working on and developing plans for both near and future renovations and addit...

Dean’s best friend safe after four days lost in state park

Dean’s best friend safe after four days lost in state park

Luca Triant

August 1, 2019

Follow @LucaTriant Four days since pulling herself out of her collar and running into the wilderness, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Sadie, who is also deaf, was recovered by local park goers and Hamden Fire Department officials on Wednesday.  Newly-appointed dean for the school of communications,...