Below you will find past issues of the Quinnipiac Magazine from 2010 and on.

Winter 2015 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Winter 2015 Quinnipiac University Magazine cover

Features:
Dream Jobs 
Four alumni who have realized their career ambitions tell what it's like to own a restaurant, have the keys to a candy store, appear in a self focused reality show and hire celebrities for special events.

About Face 
Medical student Katelyn Norman's fascination with forensics, blended with her knowledge of anatomy and flair for drawing, have culminated in a project she handled for the chief medical examiner's office.

Raising the Bar
The new School of Law Center on the North Haven Campus has imbued students with a sense of professionalism, from the clinics and dispute resolution suite to the Ceremonial Courtroom and offices for student organizations.


Sections:

News on Q
Seminar Explores Legal Aspects of Wildlife Trafficking/Students Stage ‘Dress Rehearsal' for Ebola Outbreak/Med Students Hope to Help Fellow Veterans.

Q&A
As a child, Jaclynn Demas '01 predicted she'd win an Emmy someday, yet she couldn't believe it when she heard her name called in June as the recipient of an award for the PBS show she produces-"Peg + Cat.".

Q Sports
Athletic Director Jack McDonald says goodbye to Quinnipiac this June after 20 years at the helm of the athletics program.

 

Zoom In
Ebola may be difficult to contract, but the American news media tended to downplay that fact in its unrelenting and sometimes over-the-top coverage of the Ebola "crisis" last fall; Law Professor Marilyn Ford coordinated a symposium in Ferguson, Mo., to help the community find the answers it needs to begin healing after the shooting that claimed the life of a black teenager.

Q Alumni
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Jeff Kinkead '84, Scott Levensten, JD '93, Dan Wagner, MHS '00, MBA '05, and Caitlin Ziegler '13. Also, see who attended the School of Law alumni reception, Homecoming, and more.

Good Times/Beginnings
See who came for alumni games and networking events and check out the two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared.. Submit yours at www.quinnipiac.edu/submitclassnote.

One Last Thing
Kevin Convey, the new chair of the Department of Journalism in the School of Communications, says the world needs journalists more than ever, despite rumblings about the profession's demise.

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Fall 2014 Quinnipiac Magazine

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cover Quinnipiac Magazine Fall 2014

Features:
'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.

Building Bridges
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.


Sections:

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

Q&A
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.

Q Sports
Dan Gooley '70 retires after 24 years as QU's baseball leader; Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees 2014

Zoom In
Professionals attend human trafficking conference at Quinnipiac; Vietnam Vet Arthur Rice '73 rides shotgun on helicopter rescue trip in Afghanistan

Q Alumni
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.

Good Times/Beginnings
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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Winter 2014 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Winter 2014 cover

Features:
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.


Sections:

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.

Q&A
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 www.quinnipiac.edu/submitclassnote.

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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Fall 2013 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Fall 2013 cover

Features:
His Heart's Content
The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine received its first donation to the anatomical gift program from a retired educator who wanted to help medical students understand the complexities of the human body.

Good Sports After All These Years 
The dynamic duo of Bill Mecca and Bill Schweizer look back on almost 15 colorful years calling the plays for Bobcats ice hockey and basketball .

Maximum Exposure
Heriberto "Eddy" Cordero '04, MAT '05, a vice principal at a New Haven high school,builds partnerships with Quinnipiac and other universities to provide high school students with college experiences, paving the way for a smoother transition.


Sections:

News on Q
Classes Begin at Medical School/Grads Urged to Make a Mistake/Golden Retriever a Stress Buster/Alcohol & Famine Explored/Students Dig into the Past.

Q&A
Tim Morris '03, a paraplegic who injured his spinal cord in a car accident in 2007, took on a grueling Tough Mudder competition with the help of 63 friends, many of them QU alumni.

Q Sports
One way or another, the women's ice hockey team will be at the Frozen Four in March. Quinnipiac is hosting the NCAA competition for the first time.

Zoom In
Provisions of the federal health care act require doctors and lawyers to collaborate; alumna helps to create senior-friendly emergency room at MidState Medical Center; Reunion 2013 draws hundreds of old friends together on campus.

Q Alumni
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Tim Beach '90, David Rusate '79, Melanie Schnoll Begun, JD'94, and Peter Zeidel '66. Also, find out who's getting a Distinguished Alumni Award at Homecoming in November and when the School of Law is moving to the North Haven Campus.

Good Times/Beginnings
See who came out for alumni golf tournaments, alumni games and stadium trips.This issue, we feature two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared. Submit yours at www.quinnipiac.edu/submitclassnote.

One Last Thing 
Physician assistant Maria Perez, MHS '04, returned to her old Bridgeport, Conn., neighborhood to practice primary care at Optimus Health Care Center, where she sometimes sees former elementary school classmates and their children.


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Spring 2013 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Spring 2013 cover

Features:
Students Learn What Makes D.C. Tick During Intensive Course
The blend of power and history in the District of Columbia serve as a magnet compelling thousands of young people to launch careers there.

Yoga Hikes Not Just for Posers 
Sleeping Giant State Park provides the backdrop for the new Hike to Yoga series that teaches students, faculty and staff how to de-stress and "stay in the moment." The yoga hikes are a workout for the mind, body and spirit.

Big Moves on the Small Screen
From reality shows to dramas, five alumni making magic happen on the small screen share how they broke into the business.


Sections:

News on Q
Med School Update/ Dancing with QUStars/ Bravos for Theater Ensembles/ Bioethics Explored/ Irish Museum Brims with Programs/ Poll Snapshot.

Q&A
Law Professor John Thomas talks about his book on the women who crafted Gibson guitars during World War II and the movie he's working on about Buddy Holly.

Q Sports
The men's hockey team took the Quinnipiac community on an incredible journey that culminated in a national championship game on ESPN viewed by thousands.

Zoom In
Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus, founderof Grameen Bank, ignited a microlending revolution with just $27. Mia Hamm and other national soccer stars joined Quinnipiac student-athletes in a special night for the children of Newtown, an effort spearheaded by Chris Canetti '92 of the Houston Dynamo. Dr. Todd Cassese's research shows that the right questions sometimes can lead to a diagnosis without invasive and expensive tests.

Q Alumni
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Bart Miller '93, James Ransford '77, Carley Shimkus '09 and Jon Stanley, JD '93. You'll find Homecoming and other events here as well.

Good Times/Beginnings
See who came out for alumni events, such as the St. Patrick's Day Parade and hockey game watches. Opposite, you'll find our new page of wedding and baby photos you shared. Keep 'em coming!

One Last Thing 
Rebecca Neal, MBA '13, relates that she was skeptical about "virtual classrooms" until she racked up some good experiences with QU Online.


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Fall 2012 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Fall 2012 cover

Features:
Art Mirrors Life
Ireland's Great Hunger Museum presents a visual story of the Great Famine that killed more than a million people and forced 2 million to emigrate.

Timely Testimony
Law students' research helped legislators reach a decision on repealing Connecticut's death penalty going forward.

High Impact
Entrepreneur Murray Lender '50 leaves deep imprint on Quinnipiac.

Movement with Momentum
Members of the University community are part of the effort to rein in childhood obesity rates, teaching children about nutrition and creating fitness programs that involve families.

Reunion 2012
Returning alumni had a blast reliving the residence hall experience complete with twin beds, common bathrooms and shared memories.


Sections:

QU Today
Students cozy up to hearth in renovated Carl Hansen Student Center. Charles Gibson shares views on Washington's "imbalance of power." School of Law team captures first place in national competition. Did you notice QU's new website?

QU Sports
The women's rugby team set out to win more games than it did in its inaugural year. Instead, the Bobcats won them all.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, calendar, Bobcats TV game schedule. Alumni connect at social and sporting events.

One Last Thing:
School of Nursing Dean Jean Lange reflects on changes to the profession over the 40 years that Quinnipiac has been preparing these vital members of the health care team.


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Summer 2012 Quinnipiac Magazine

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summer 2012 cover

Features:
Hit Parade
Hit Parade The softball team tied an NCAA record this spring with four back-to-back home runs against in-state rival Sacred Heart .

Architect of Change
Joe Rubertone '67 retires after 39 years at the helm of the facilities department and 45 buildings that carry his thumbprint.

Snippet of Success
Five undergraduates launched a business this semester with $25,000 in seed money from the state and a lot of determination.

Grading Teachers
Professors and alumni weigh in on the increasing legislative push to link student achievement with teacher roficiency and resulting job retention.


Sections:

QU Today
Commencement 2012; Authors Nicholas Kristof and Matthew Sanford visit campus for lectures; School of Communications presents award to war correspondent Martha Raddatz; Meet two new hires for the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, calendar, new alumni board members, One Last Thing, Good Times.

Hall of Fame
Eight former student athletes, two current head coaches and two teams will be inducted into Quinnipiac's Athletic Hall of Fame this fall .


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Winter 2012 Quinnipiac Magazine

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winter 2012 cover

Features:
Sporting Chance
Former soccer team member and Peace Corps volunteer raises funds for Indonesian athletic facility to let his students experience the benefits of sports.

Body of Work
The School of Medicine has been named for Frank H. Netter, MD, whose atlases and illustrations are legend in the medical world.

MTV Grows Up
Alumni and a student intern explore the "cool" network's influence on American pop culture over the last 30 years.

Building Characters
Degree in game design and development attracts creative minds to a field rife with jobs ranging from programming and graphic arts to music and writing.


Sections:

QU Today
Polling Institute hosts panel of journalists who discussed GOP primaries; Business Leader Hall of Fame inducts industry icons; authors Tom Friedman and Isabel Wilkerson visit campus for lectures.

QU Alumni
Class notes, calendar, Reunion 2012 promo. Profiles: Joe Ambrefe '89, co-founder, Security Point Media; Robert Gasparini, MHS '84, chief scientific officer at NeoGenomics Laboratories; Nathaniel Sharir '06, comic book author.

Picture This
The setting sun on a January afternoon bathed the sky over the Mount Carmel and York Hill campuses in shades of sherbet.

Summer 2011 Quinnipiac Magazine

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summer 2011 cover 

Features:
Repurcussions of Revolution
Winds of political change bring fallout to students, alumni.

Taking Charge
Nurse practitioners boost skills to meet pressing health care demands.

Words That Wound
Bullies deliver cyber punches on Facebook, cellphones.

Leisure...Later
Healthier baby boomers redefining retirement.

Almost 'Famers'
Baseball's shrine at Cooperstown takes a shine to 5 Quinnipiac interns.


Sections:

QU Today
Senior class presents gift; Thomas Friedman on tap; Spike Lee's lecture comical and candid; Fred Friendly Award goes to ‘FRONTLINE' producer; two deans join QU community; business students big winners.

QU Sports
It's not how you start; it's how you finish. Just ask the women's lacrosse team.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, events calendar. Homecoming will feature athletic contests, Midnight Madness, tailgate barbecue and Greek reception.

Alumni Honored
Quinnipiac will honor five individuals with the Distinguished Alumni award at Homecoming. A Distinguished Service Award and Recent Alumni Award also will be presented.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
NIH grant supports Lise Thomas' research on calcium levels in cells. Kristen Lawler '10 discusses energy drinks and PTSD.

One Last Thing
Bob Clarke '93, a founding member of men's lacrosse at QU, reflects on the program's 20th anniversary and what it took to field that first team.

Winter 2011 Quinnipiac Magazine

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winter 2011 coverAchievement Test
Charter school reaches milestone with first college-bound class.

Heads up
Athletic trainers heed new research on long term effects of concussions.

Features:
Real World
Commencement is on the horizon, just close enough to give seniors goose bumps as they ponder what life holds for them.

Homecoming
Highlights include tailgate barbecue and Athletic Hall of Fame induction.

Political Workings
Jobs can be all-consuming for those who toil in politics.

Learning from Disease and Disaster
Public health alumni guide others in preparedness, nationally and abroad.

War Stories
Journalist-in-residence Tim Malloy describes his time with the troops in Iraq.


Sections:

QU Today
Rocky Top Student Center opens on York Hill Campus; founding dean for medical school on board; sustainability topic of two lectures.

QU Sports
Triplets pace cross country team; men's basketball program recognized for academic improvement.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, events calendar, TV game schedule.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Visiting professor studies retaliation in the Israeli-Palestine conflict.

One Last Thing
Student describes lingering effect of going without social media and cell phone for five days.



Summer 2010 Quinnipiac Magazine

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summer 2010 coverWhat's the Catch?
Fishing buff makes splash in entrepreneurial waters on Cape Cod.

Taking the Lead
Teachers have more options with new graduate teacher leadership degree.

Features:
Referees Rule!
Two alumni pals reflect on their passionate pursuit of fair play.

Doctors Needed Stat
Medical school would provide desperately needed infusion of primary care physicians.

Photo Op
Young alumnus uses talent to raise awareness of global poverty.

Caring for History
Nursing professor's collections document evolution of nursing.


Sections:

QU Today
Community scores in first "Big Event"; columnist Eugene Robinson and humanitarian Greg Mortenson deliver inspiring lectures; May Weekend depicted in photos; Gwen Ifill accepts Fred FriendlyAward.

QU Sports
Men's basketball team members and coach Tom Moore talk about coming within seconds of an NCAA Tournament bid; women's ice hockey has stellar season as well.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, events calendar. Homecoming returns to the fall-come back to campus Oct. 8, 9 for foliage, fun and athletic contests.

Induction Ceremony
14 individuals and two teams will be inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame during Homecoming Weekend in October.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Professor Sharon Magnarelli, chair of modern languages, fosters appreciation of Spanish literature.

One Last Thing
Rob Stowell '78 says his daughter has learned valuable life lessons from QU's female athletes.