Every year, the Student Programing Board (SPB) hosts Family Weekend. The weekend provides parents of Quinnipiac students an opportunity to visit their children and provides insight on all of the resources Quinnipiac has available.Read More
Quinnipiac University’s most recent annual Clery report came out in the middle of the Kavanaugh hearings. The report documented two formal reports of rape on campus and one instance of fondling. But, the report doesn't provide the full picture of sexual harassment and violence on campus.Read More
On Oct. 7 Hamden residents participated in the Out of Darkness Community Walk to benefit suicide prevention and mental health awareness. Statistics show that a high number of callers to the help hotline, 2-1-1, for crisis intervention and suicide are 18 and under. Should Hamden schools implement mental health classes to provide help for those struggling with mental health issues?Read More
The roads leading up to and surrounding Quinnipiac University’s main campus are lacking sidewalks. On Sept. 18 a Quinnipiac student was injured in a hit-and-run on Whitney Ave., which prompted HQ Press to investigate the safety of walking along these roads.Read More
This week on QNN, we take you to the spot of Quinnipiac’s former president, John Lahey’s, future mausoleum in Hamden.Read More
Quinnipiac University notified teachers and students of a bear sighting behind the human resources building around 1:30 p.m. on Monday, marking the second bear sighting at Quinnipiac in just the past year.Read More
The Quinnipiac Men’s Lacrosse team was suspended a little over a week ago. The team was suspended due to allegations that have violated student conduct policy. Here is what we know and don’t know.Read More
Take a look into Quinnipiac’s Fresh Check Day and how students become more informed about mental health, discover resources, and learn how to promote awareness.Read More
Hamden was struck with the highest amount of rainfall in Connecticut on Tuesday Sept. 25 at 8.5 inches, according to Hamden Town Engineer Mark Austin.Read More
On May 15, 2018 a tornado hit Connecticut and it left certain towns in the state, including Hamden, in total disarray.
According to the National weather service the winds peaked at 95 mph. It destroyed power lines, homes and also destroyed state parks.Read More
With the immense amount of reports and coverage of sexual harassment as of late, this article outlines Quinnipiac’s process of dealing with sexual harassment allegations brought forward by students.
With 40 days until the midterm elections, the director of the nationally respected polling institute at Quinnipiac University gave an inside look into the most critical times during an election period.Read More
According to an annual report by the Institute for College Access and Success, Connecticut students are facing the highest amount of college debt in the United States. The Connecticut state average for student debt is $38,500, more than double the lowest state average.Read More