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Quinnipiac University’s Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter shut down due to hazing allegations

Quinnipiac University's Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter shut down due to hazing allegations

Jon Alba

December 30, 2014

By Jon Alba Quinnipiac University announced Tuesday it would be immediately shutting down its Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter after hazing allegations came to surface. The move was initially reported by Fox CT. "One student, who is a member of TKE, has been expelled and two other fraternity members have been...

Lahey is second-highest paid private university president in the country

Lahey is second-highest paid private university president in the country

Elijah Westbrook

December 9, 2014

By Matt Sharp Quinnipiac President John L. Lahey earned just short of $3.8 million in 2012, putting him second on a list of the highest paid private university presidents, according to data from the Chronicle of Higher Education. Since 2011, Lahey’s pay has nearly tripled to a total of $3,75...

Domino’s driver robbed at gunpoint on York Hill Campus

Domino's driver robbed at gunpoint on York Hill Campus

Elijah Westbrook

December 9, 2014

By Elijah Westbrook and Taylor Popielarz A 25-year-old Domino's deliveryman was robbed at gunpoint as he was delivering pizza to a student at the York Hill Campus around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning, Dec. 9. According to a manager from the Domino's on Whitney Ave., the driver was heading down the hill...

QuinniPeople: Paul Friedman

QuinniPeople: Paul Friedman

Elijah Westbrook

December 5, 2014

http://youtu.be/vU7FwZxcIbY By Taylor Popielarz “I’ve been so unbelievably lucky because I lived through and worked during the Golden Age of television news.” Strong words, spoken by a man with a strong resume. Quinnipiac Journalism Professor Paul Friedman is a 40-year veteran of netwo...

Q30 Newscast: 12/3/14

Q30 Newscast: 12/3/14

Thomas Albanese

December 5, 2014

Nikki Dirico and Megan Coddington host the final episode of "Q30 Newscast" for the semester. The top story is the latest verdict of a police officer in New York not getting indicted over the kiling of Eric Garner. Sarah Schreiner has the latest on this story and everything else in world news. ...

Quinnipiac community protests Ferguson ruling and police brutality

Quinnipiac community protests Ferguson ruling and police brutality

Jon Alba

December 1, 2014

By Matt Sharp and Jon Alba ***VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED*** In the wake of the grand jury's decision not to indict former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of teen Michael Brown, members of the Quinnipiac community held a peaceful protest on the steps of the Arnold Bern...

Quinnipiac’s IDD students caught off guard

Quinnipiac's IDD students caught off guard

Thomas Albanese

November 25, 2014

The College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University is in the process of removing one of its programs. The sixty majors within Interactive Digital Design program is going to be moving from its current place, over to the School of Communications. The work students do here consists of graph...

Q30 Newscast: 11/19/14

Q30 Newscast: 11/19/14

Thomas Albanese

November 21, 2014

Sarah Faidell and Matt Stefano have the latest news in this week's "Q30 Newscast." The university has created a Thanksgiving stay-at-home program for international students who won't be able to make it home for the holiday. Q30's Ayah Galal has more on the story. The Quinnipiac Parents Assoc...

QU international students have a place to stay over break

QU international students have a place to stay over break

Elijah Westbrook

November 20, 2014

http://youtu.be/OyXnGSTk2dI By Ayah Galal With Thanksgiving Break coming up right around the corner, students are getting ready to go home. But there are some who aren't able to go home because of how far they live. Quinnipiac's Department of Cultural and Global Engagement has created a Thanks...

High school athletics, drugs, and alcohol

High school athletics, drugs, and alcohol

Elijah Westbrook

November 20, 2014

http://youtu.be/BJhFa6dV8s0 By Sean Clasby Contrary to popular belief, high school football games are not won Friday nights. Nor are they won during the week on the practice field. Instead, games are won by the athletes making positive life decisions away from competition. “Winning is an al...

Hamden welcomes new police substation

Hamden welcomes new police substation

Elijah Westbrook

November 20, 2014

http://youtu.be/oM-PrwGdsNE By Taylor Popielarz Hamden’s legislative council has unanimously approved the police department’s idea of opening a new substation in southeast Hamden. The substation, set to open by Jan. 1, 2014, will be housed in a building at 943 Dixwell Avenue. Thomas Wydra, Ham...

Q30 News Weekly Digest: 11/14/14

Q30 News Weekly Digest: 11/14/14

Elijah Westbrook

November 17, 2014

http://youtu.be/XH1K19Vkknc By Elijah Westbrook Mike Beck has the latest National and International headlines in this week's Q30 News Weekly Digest. Follow @Q30News !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.cr...

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