10 years ago, QU had an independent student newspaper. Do you know about The Quad News?
The Quinnipiac women’s basketball program is now one of the most respected in the country, but it wasn’t always like that. Here’s the story behind head coach Tricia Fabbri and the last 25 years of the program.
Revisiting Hamden: this is the story recounting Hamden’s development from a small town over time.
Quinnipiac, and many other colleges, formed behavioral intervention teams following the 2007 shooting on the Virginia Tech campus. Read the full story here.
Cigarettes are a thing of the past and e-cigarettes have become a staple in some high schools. This investigation into underage nicotine use shows how much the issue has grown in the Connecticut area and nationally.
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.
Quinnipiac University remains largely white despite efforts to shape the student body into one that reflects the changing demographics of the United States.
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.
Three female athletes share their experience on how the 2009 Title IX case turned the tide at Quinnipiac.
A behind the scenes look at one of the most prominent polling institutes in the United States.
A photographer. An eclectic group of artists. An organization composed almost entirely of volunteers. All different, but with a common goal: to educate Connecticut residents about the Quinnipiac River, the threats it faces and how it can be used for good.
Exploring a mixed effect fueled by filters and realities
What is American culture? And how do we define it? The United States has historically been considered a melting pot of cultures. To some people that term may not accurately reflect the country’s current climate, but what creates unity and binds a nation?
Our understanding of sexual violence and its perpetrators has evolved significantly in recent years, and yet sex crimes continue to be a major concern. Meanwhile, the structure and methods used by sex offender registry has remained stagnant since its inception over 25 years ago, causing many statewide to ask themselves: Is the registry today doing what it’s intended to do?
With so much information at our fingertips, it’s hard to not get distracted by social media. But how is social media distraction influencing us in the work place?
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but what are your pictures saying about you? Today’s generation lives revolve around social media. People posts about our friends, family, pets, adventures, food, the list is endless. However, are these social media posts causing more harm than they are good when it comes to future career opportunities?
College athletes are attempting to balance school, sports and their mental health.