Quinnipiac University will host its eighth annual QTHON charity event Saturday from 2 p.m. to midnight. The 10-hour dance marathon will take place in Quinnipiac’s recreation center at Quinnipiac University’s Mount Carmel campus.
Theaters everywhere are packed with patrons eagerly awaiting the iconic showing of "Black Panther." National reactions are positive and empowering, including Quinnipiac students after seeing the movie together through student programming.
In her 22nd season as Bobcats' head coach, Tricia Fabbri has accomplished much. She clinched her 401st career victory and the program's fourth, consecutive regular-season championship Sunday when her team topped arch-rival Marist, 80-74, in double overtime in Poughkeepsie, New York. (Screenshot from ESPN3 webcast)
Mass shootings bring attention to America's growing gun violence problem. It is clear in cases like Connecticut that responding with gun control decreases gun violence and monitors current gun owners.
As shootings have become more common in American schools, the importance of active shooter protocol is exaggerated. Despite its impressive safety record, Quinnipiac University hasn’t escaped the need to prepare its campus for the worst.
According to Hamden Mayor Curt Balzano Leng, the Hamden Legislative Council recently approved the town’s first “Animal Control Facility Gift Fund.” The fund is the foundation for a new Hamden or regional facility and was established as a reaction to the community wanting a secure shelter.
Former captain and Quinnipiac standout Erica Udén Johannson takes the ice for Team Sweden this week at the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang.