Winter 2014

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So Much Drama
After presenting "Dracula" and "Mauritius" this fall, budding playwrights tried their hands at original plays to be presented March 1 at the off-Broadway Abingdon Theatre in New York City.

First-class Experience 
Semester one of medical school has been compared to drinking from a fire hose. Three students describe how it feels to be the first class to get white coats, break in new professors, and use the blood pressure cuffs in exam rooms, among other firsts.

Bulging Biceps Not Worth Risk
Head men's basketball coach Tom Moore and Brijesh Patel, head strength and conditioning coach, discussed the perils of abusing performance-enhancing drugs during a Campus Cross Talk program.


News on Q
Business Leader Hall of Fame Inducts Two Entrepreneurs/Lively Debate Zeroes in on Health Care Costs/Nobel Laureate Discusses Relationship Between Science and Art.

As a pilot, Jason Burke flew high-risk operations and has taught students to land a jet onto a moving aircraft carrier. Today, as QU's director of veteran and military affairs, he helps students land safely at college.

Q Sports
The women's golf team has recruits from Rhode Island and the Cayman Islands and a volunteer assistant coach who made PGA history a decade ago.

Zoom In
Polling director writes book about witnessing Lee Harvey Oswald's shooting; California alumni chapter president leaves legacy of service; filmmaker Dustin Lance Black talks to students about the use of storytelling to effect change.

Q Alumni
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Chris Canetti '92, Todd Gibbs '98, Pam Jones, JD '86, and a band of brothers from Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Also, see who attended School of Law alumni receptions and find out the names of the two new Carmen A. Tortora professors of law.

Good Times/Beginnings
See who came out for alumni games, networking events, happy hours and game watches. This issue, we feature two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared. Submit yours at

One Last Thing 
Francesco Compagnino '12, a business graduate now immersed in New York City's finance world, urges interested alumni to join him at the G.A.M.E. IV (Global Asset Management Education) Forum in March.

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