Hamden’s very own Acacia Courtney speaks on her rise to pageantry.
Feb. 9-- Hamden gas station robbed and the assailant is still on the loose.
Quinnipiac president Judy Olian has crafted a strategic plan that involves cutting ties with the WQUN radio station. Here are the reactions of students and locals about this announcement.
UPDATE: Hamden Town Council looks to appoint a civilian review board following investigation of police misconduct.
The polar vortex has brought sub-zero temperatures to Hamden with frigid conditions lasting into the weekend. The town offers warming centers and Connecticut 211 has resources for those looking to warm up.
As Quinnipiac grows, so does its need for housing. With the student body eclipsing the school’s dorm capacity, upperclassmen look around Hamden for accommodation – a trend set to continue, with university administration canceling new dorm construction. But unlike dorms, not all rental houses are created equal.
ensions between Quinnipiac University and the Town of Hamden have been a persistent theme since the 1980s when the school embarked on a decades-long expansion effort that sent enrollment skyrocketing and clashes between residents, students, and local government.
Quinnipiac University took this huge jump once John Lahey became the President in 1987.
As more college students report an increase in anxiety and depression, demands for long term counseling on college campuses continue to increase. Take a deeper look at the counseling and mental health services offered to Quinnipiac students.
With single-stream recycling, BRITA Hydration Stations, solar panels, geothermal wells and a windgarden, Quinnipiac presents itself as a leader in sustainability. At first glance, it’s easy to think Quinnipiac is on track to fulfilling their mission.
Student debt is causing college students to suffer financially post-graduation. The debt and interest rates have increased drastically within the past few years. Here are some tips for graduates to help reduce student loan debt.
Quinnipiac University students are the talk of the town for many residents in Hamden, Conn. This ongoing unrest has culminated into a written petition on change.org.
The Hamden assessor office is currently in selection of a proposal that will force out of state cars to be registered in the town of Hamden. This may possibly effect Quinnipiac students especially those who live off-campus.