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New program helps first-year students and Residential Life with housing assignments

New program helps first-year students and Residential Life with housing assignments

Brooke Reilly

August 1, 2019

Follow @brooke1097 Summer is quickly coming to a close, and in just a few weeks, students will once again be moving into the residence halls across Quinnipiac’s campuses.  Last week, the class of 2023 learned what they’re housing assignments for the 2019-2020 school year will be. This yea...

Chris Roush begins as dean of the School of Communications

Chris Roush begins as dean of the School of Communications

Luca Triant

July 27, 2019

Follow @LucaTriant Chris Roush began working as the new dean for the School of Communications on Monday. He was previously the director of the Carolina Business News Initiative and a professor at the University of North Carolina. He is replacing former dean of the School of Communications, Mark Cont...

Title IX lawsuit against Quinnipiac to go to trial

Title IX lawsuit against Quinnipiac to go to trial

Kassidy Berger

July 26, 2019

Follow @kassidyberger A Title IX lawsuit against Quinnipiac will go to trial after a motion for summary judgment was granted in part and denied in part on July 10.  The lawsuit, John Doe v. Quinnipiac University, Terri Johnson, Seann Kalagher and Vincent Contrucci, was filed in the U.S. Di...

Quinnipiac University, Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges sign student transfer agreement

Quinnipiac University, Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges sign student transfer agreement

Luca Triant

July 20, 2019

Follow @LucaTriant President Judy Olian of Quinnipiac and President Paul Broadie II of the Housatonic and Gateway Community Colleges signed an agreement to allow easier student transfers to Quinnipiac on July 17. The changes take effect immediately and cover transfer students between the schools, honor...

Camp No Limits 2019 hosted by Quinnipiac

Camp No Limits 2019 hosted by Quinnipiac

Dylan Abad

July 20, 2019

Follow @dylanabad13 Quinnipiac University’s occupational and physical therapy programs hosted Camp No Limits, a non-profit organization providing overnight camps for children and adolescents with limb loss and differences. The program ran from July 10 through July 14, and was aims to increase the...

30th anniversary of orientation brings new changes to program

30th anniversary of orientation brings new changes to program

Kassidy Berger

July 16, 2019

Follow @kassidyberger For Quinnipiac's orientation program, July means the whistles and beach balls are put away until late August.  This year marks the 30th anniversary of Quinnipiac’s first orientation session. Every Bobcat to enter the university since 1989 has participated in orientation...

Director of Global Education, Andrea Hogan, passes away

Director of Global Education, Andrea Hogan, passes away

Brooke Reilly

July 15, 2019

Follow @brooke1097 Andrea Hogan, director of global education in the Department of Cultural and Global Engagement, passed away on Friday, July 12, peacefully in her home in New Haven, Connecticut. She leaves her husband, Joel Perez, and their two daughters, Elena and Rocio, extended family, and many...

Several people shot at Hamden house party

Several people shot at Hamden house party

Brooke Reilly

June 29, 2019

By Brooke Reilly Follow @brooke1097 Follow @Q30News Police are searching for the suspect behind a shooting that took place in Hamden on Friday night leaving five people injured. At 8:54 p.m. the Hamden Police Department responded to a report of  a “large group/large party” at 937 Choate Ave., where they found approximately 500 p...

Deportation scare continues for Quinnipiac student’s mother

Deportation scare continues for Quinnipiac student’s mother

Olivia Schueller

June 25, 2019

Follow @OliviaSchueller Nearly one year after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) threatened to deport a rising Quinnipiac sophomore’s mother, the fight continues to keep Samir Mahmud’s mother, Salma Reza Sikandar, in the country.  “In July we have our final hearing, for both my mother and father,...

Asbestos found in Residence Halls under renovation

Asbestos found in Residence Halls under renovation

Brooke Reilly

June 20, 2019

Written by Brooke Reilly Follow @brooke1097 Background research by Kassidy Berger Follow @kassidyberger A dangerous substance was recently found in several residence halls undergoing renovations this summer. Asbestos has been discovered in the Troup, Larson and Perlroth Residence Halls, which were all supp...

Sleeping Giant reopens after being closed for over a year

Sleeping Giant reopens after being closed for over a year

Luca Triant

June 16, 2019

Follow @LucaTriant The hiking trails at Sleeping Giant State Park reopened on Friday, June 14, according to Governor Ned Lamont. The reopening marks the ending of the park’s over-a-year long closure. “I am pleased that this restoration work has been completed and we are again able to open ...

Former adjunct professor seeks medical dismissal after harassment case

Former adjunct professor seeks medical dismissal after harassment case

Brooke Reilly

June 6, 2019

Follow @brooke1097 Former Quinnipiac professor, Tcho Caulker, is looking for a dismissal on the basis of suffering a psychiatric disability after a harassment incident last year. In April 2018, Caulker was removed from the university after sending inappropriate emails to students. Prior to hi...