Families reunited during Quinnipiac’s annual Parents Weekend, which was packed with events on and off campus.Read More
Quinnipiac administration announced their plan to shut down the university’s community radio station, WQUN, back in January, much to the Hamden community’s dismay. After a petition was created in an attempt to save the station, President Judy Olian defended their decision with information that appears to be contradicted by recent studies and the opinions of industry experts. Community members still carry the hope that administration will revisit and reverse their decision as time is ticking down on the station’s final broadcast.Read More
The United States Department of Transportation “U Drive — U Text — U Pay” campaign has Hamden police issuing hundreds of tickets for the month of April.Read More
Quinnipiac SGA released its 2019-2020 election results in a press release Wednesday night.Read More
Divine Nine fraternities and sororities have been around since the early 1900’s. However, up to this point, it has been an uphill battle for members of these organizations to receive adequate support from the administration and the student body.Read More
In the fight to save the environment, Quinnipiac has been joining the Hamden community in becoming sustainable. While Quinnipiac may look green, it is yet a green campus.Read More
In the state of Connecticut citizens experienced long lines at polls, students had issues during their registration processes and election officials held recounts for several races in the days following the election. Hear the stories of the issues that happened during and after the midterm elections and what steps individuals are taking to avoid them in 2020.
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.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
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.