Hamden native Avery Wilson worked until he made it onto The Voice. Learn more about his journey from here to stardom.
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?
Quinnipiac University prepares to host national women’s ice hockey tournament.
HQ Press sits down with QU grad David Rabinowitz as he reflects on his Oscar win and looks down the line for his next job.
The Clubhouse Cafe is another Hamden location that will remain just a blurry memory for many underage Quinnipiac University students.
The Lucky Ewe Irish Goods shop on Whitney Avenue is closing, but not without one last St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
Hamden was once home to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, find out more about his time spent here.
Humans of Hamden, meet Valerie Smith.
Student Programming Board did not have its budget cut this year, but it is missing a donation from former Quinnipiac President, John Lahey, to be used towards the spring concert.
Quinnipiac University Office of Facilities announced it will take over day to day facilities management of all University-owned off campus properties effective April 1, 2019, amidst student complaints about off campus homes.
Quinnipiac wants to replace the soccer and lacrosse stadium turf due to issues with the cold weather, but Hamden’s Inland Wetlands Commission has set three conditions for the school to meet to apply the change to rubber turf.
As Mark Contreras says goodbye to the Quinnipiac community, he reflects on his time at the university and embraces the next step in his career with enthusiasm.