We are a student-run newsroom based on Quinnipiac's campus. We cover news affecting the Quinnipiac community and its surrounding areas.
Devout New Yorker, Thamar Bailey, is a third-year senior journalism major and political science and Spanish minor looking to pursue a career dabbling in politics and data. When she’s not reading, she’s crafting something on Pinterest.
Mary Rose Bevins
Mary Rose Bevins is from Northford, Connecticut. She is a journalism major looking to pursue a career in writing, whether it be for an entertainment/lifestyle magazine or an online publication. You can catch her either playing with dogs or walking in a boot because she fell down the stairs injuring her ankle(s).
Hailing from New York’s true metropolis, Poughkeepsie, Joe DeRosa is a senior journalism major. He hopes to secure a career in the journalism field as a reporter, but is also interested in a production-based career, having plenty of experience with professional cameras, floor directing and audio work. Joe’s favorite dessert is Cheesecake and encourages that you send him your best Cheesecake recipes whenever you can.
Matt Grahn is from Hebron, Connecticut. He is interested in journalism, and hopes to be working for a news magazine, or an online outlet like Vox or Vice someday. Whether it’s about knowing random history facts, listening to records or playing trading card games, he’s a nerd of all stripes at heart.
Nicole Kessler is from Boca Raton, Florida. She is a pop culture enthusiast hoping to pursue a career in entertainment journalism. When Nicole isn’t in Hamden, you can find her at Disney World and the beach.
A self-reported nerd from Anchorage, Alaska, Grace Manthey is hoping to pursue a career in data journalism and is a senior on the Acrobatics and Tumbling team at Quinnipiac. Grace has a love for hiking, Harry Potter and anything purple.
Rob McGreevy is a senior journalism major from Oradell, New Jersey. He is a politics junkie and is looking to pursue a career covering politics both in the U.S. and abroad. When not flipping back and forth between C-SPAN 1 and C-SPAN 2 Rob can be found listening to music, reading or playing rugby.
Cliff Nadel is a senior from Livingston, New Jersey. He is pursuing a communications job in either sports or politics. He will be back at Quinnipiac for a fifth year to get his masters degree in sports journalism. In his free time he likes to watch sports and play video games. Cliff has also lived in three different states New York, Maryland and New Jersey.
Sam Prevot is from Queens, New York. She is pursuing a career in sports journalism after graduation, and in her free time she can be found either at a hockey game or at a concert.
Bill Ruocco is from Newbury, Massachusetts. He is a journalism major and a criminal justice minor looking to work in a non-profit some day. Bill loves the Boston Bruins more than anything.
Victoria Rutigliano is a senior from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. With a passion for sports reporting since she was old enough to watch, she’s reported on the Quinnipiac men’s hockey team since she stepped foot on campus. Aside from sports, she loves cleaning the lint out of the drier when doing her laundry.
Sal Siciliano balances his life between his art and his education, both of which he is passionate about. Born and raised in Connecticut, Siciliano is finishing his last year of school at Quinnipiac University, majoring in Journalism with a minor in Criminal Justice.
Andrew Weiss is a journalism major from Tampa, Florida. He is in his third year at Quinnipiac, and plans on graduating a year early this May before going to Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism for graduate school. Andrew is not a fan of the wind that makes him cold every day, but he powers through.
Nick Williams is a senior journalism major from South Dennis, Massachusetts. He is pursuing a job in sports media after graduation. Other than watching sports, he enjoys talking about sports, going to sporting events and writing about sports. He also likes dogs.
Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Tatyana Youssef is a senior journalism major now living in Franklin, Massachusetts. With a passion for social justice, she is pursuing a degree in higher education after graduation. However, the other half of her life is committed to music and art.
Walker teaches watchdog reporting and digital and data journalism. Before coming to Quinnipiac, she worked for several years as a journalist at The New York Times.
Yanity is a fifth-year journalism professor at Quinnipiac. She earned a doctorate at Ohio University in 2013 after a 15-year career as a sports reporter.