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'Prickly' Topics Spur Dialogue
This past year, Quinnipiac revved its efforts to create a more inclusive campus. The campus-wide Inclusion, Multiculturalism and Globalization in Education (IMaGinE) Committee held educational workshops on race and other diversity topics, and welcomed NPR host and special correspondent Michele Norris, who delivered the annual Black History Month lecture.
The School of Law's new location on the North Haven graduate-centered campus will facilitate collaboration with other disciplines and expand academic opportunities, particularly with students and faculty in the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, the School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and the program in social work.
College: A Smart Move
The value of a college education has been an oft-explored media topic this year, prompting some students and parents to ponder the return on their tuition investment. Many students, however, discover that the real value of college lies in the opportunities it presents for personal growth and the character-building experiences they will use later in the workplace.
News on Q
Hundreds recieve their Quinnipiac degrees; Barbara Walters honored for impressive career; Sligo letters bring new perspective on famine; Lecture on five keys to optimal health
Growing up, Chris Lopresti '08 got his sports fix listening to hours of WFAN radio. After getting on-air training at Quinnipiac, he's now on the other side of those broadcasts as a New York Jets reporter and update anchor at WFAN and CBS Radio in New York City.
Dan Gooley '70 retires after 24 years as QU's baseball leader; Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees 2014
Professionals attend human trafficking conference at Quinnipiac; Vietnam Vet Arthur Rice '73 rides shotgun on helicopter rescue trip in Afghanistan
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Tara King '95, Sharrona Williams '95, Bryan Radosavcev MHS '02, Stephen J. Goldner JD '82. Also, Don Blumenthal and Nicholas Bua are remembered.
See who came out for alumni games, networking events, happy hours and game watches. Also, two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared. Submit yours at www.quinnipiac.edu/submitclassnote.
One Last Thing
Senior Megan Lang reflects on her experience attending the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, with the Quinnipiac Film Society.
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