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Fall 2013 Quinnipiac Magazine

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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.

Spring 2013 Quinnipiac Magazine

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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.

Fall 2012 Quinnipiac Magazine

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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.

Summer 2012 Quinnipiac Magazine

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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 .

Winter 2012 Quinnipiac Magazine

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

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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.


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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Achievement Test
Charter school reaches milestone with first college-bound class.

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

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

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.


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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What'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.

Winter 2009 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Greek Life Explosion
The five active Greek organizations on campus welcomed three more this fall.

Fieldwork, Literally
Physician assistant students help at outdoor clinics for migrant farm workers.

Features:
Survival Skills
Realistic mannequins on new North Haven Campus "dying" to help nursing students learn life-saving techniques and medical procedures.

Workplace Drama
Realistic mannequins on new North Haven Campus "dying" to help nursing students

Doing Justice
Those she aided and inspired gather to honor civil rights heroine Constance Baker Motley.

Spotlight on Darwin
Lectures, debate and contest rekindles interest in Darwin's theories.


Sections:

QU Today
CNBC's Guy Adami addresses Financial Leadership Forum; conference examines health care reform proposals; former New York Times reporter Linda Greenhouse delivers lecture about lessons learned from Guantanamo Bay; 2009 Center for Excellence awards presented.

QU Sports
Head Coach Rick Seeley discusses his hopes for the women's ice hockey team, which is off to its best start ever.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, TV game schedule, Homecoming details.

Good Times
Alumni connect at social and sporting events.

Picture This
Alpha Chi Omega's Frisbee Fest tossed much-needed funds toward domestic violence awareness.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Two School of Business professors have visited China, India and Russia as Galpin International Exchange Fellows.

One Last Thing
Philip Goduti '97 explains his fascination with the Kennedys, the topic of his new book.

Summer 2009 Quinnipiac Magazine

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McMahon Will Be Missed
Legacy of TV personality lives on in Mass Communications Center

Former Provost Remembered
The late Harry L. Bennett was known for his values, leadership and contributions to Quinnipiac.

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Enterprising Undertaking
From casting to set design, executive producer Jeffrey Chernov '74 made sure the new Star Trek movie took flight.

Focus on South Africa
Students film the progress and challenges of a country rising above its apartheid past.

Trail to Self-Discovery
OT professors and students enrich lives of those on autism spectrum

Feeling Sickly? Find Out Why Quickly!
MinuteClinic nurses diagnose and treat minor maladies at the drug store.

Teach For America
In urban schools, two alumni strive to create equity in education.


Sections:

QU Today
"Meet the Press" moderator David Gregory gives political insight; Carlotta Walls LaNier of the "Little Rock Nine" honored; North Haven and York Hill campuses to open; Morley Safer receives Fred Friendly First Amendment Award.

QU Sports
Baseball player Brian Monack's amazing catches make it on ESPN twice; San Francisco Giants draft Chris Gloor '09; women's lacrosse played in the Northeast Conference Tournament Championship.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, board news.

Good Times
Alumni connect at social events, photos from Winter Homecoming '09.

Picture This
The Class of 2009 begins a new adventure.

In Pursuit of Knowledge Psychology Professor Joan Bombace's research using eye blinks may help those with ADHD.

One Last Thing
James L. Totten '87 encourages alumni to help shape the Quinnipiac of tomorrow.

Winter 2008 Quinnipiac Magazine

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And the Beat Goes On
Cardiovascular perfusionists use technology to keep blood flowing through the veins of cardiac patients, jumping into action when a weary heart can’t.

Every Picture Tells a Story
As a photographer for 35 years, Chuck Krall ’68 captured the images of rock legends in the limelight and behind the scenes.

Features:
Searching for Killer DNA
Associate Professor Lisa Cuchara and her students look for the presence of potentially deadly antibiotic-resistant genes in New England waterways and clues as to how they got there. View a video  report.

Economic Hardships
CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen offers perspectives on the election and the economy at School of Business Financial Leadership Forum.

Division I Highlights
From the challenges to the triumphs, Quinnipiac recalls memorable moments in the 10 years of Division I athletics.

Politically Connected
Alumni and students describe the atmosphere at the Democratic and Republican national conventions.


Sections:

QU Today
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Rigoberta Menchú Tum shares her life story; Albert Schweitzer Institute conference explores the plight of indigenous people; a panel of experts debates race, gender and age in politics; green initiatives blossom across the University.

QU Sports
Intramurals spark competition and camaraderie; cross county runners endure punishing practice to cross the finish line first; 10 individuals and two athletic teams will be honored during Winter Homecoming 2009.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news, TV game schedule.

Good Times
Alumni connect at social and sporting events.

One Last Thing
As the new president begins to address the nation’s crises, Professor Mordechai Gordon asks him not to overlook the problems in education.

Picture This
On a sunny October afternoon, students saunter across campus enjoying the crimson and gold foliage.

Summer 2008 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Returning to 'Normal'
War injuries create new challenges for PTs and OTs who help veterans return to civilian life.

Wind Beneath Their Wings
Former students and friends recall Dean Robert W. Evans as a major source of support.

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Art Show QU Style
Creativity is always simmering at Quinnipiac, from drama and poetry to sculpture and music.

Livin' Large
Alumni go to great heights in pursuit of exhilaration and nature's beauty.

How I Survived My Freshman Year
From roommate troubles to time management, students reveal the decisions that helped them step into adulthood.

Out For The Count
Fred Friendly First Amendment Award recipient Charles Gibson stays out of the story to present fair and neutral accounts.


Sections:

QU Today
Quinnipiac group travels to Albert Schweitzer’s former home in Africa; Harold Ford Jr. describes his path into politics; construction is buzzing on the York Hill Campus; tally the sneakers correctly and win a prize.

QU Sports
Women’s basketball makes first-ever national postseason appearance in Division I; lacrosse catching on with spectators.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news, calendar of events.

Picture This
One last hike up Sleeping Giant enabled four students to look back on their undergrad years.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Associate Professor Todd Botto studies the public’s confusion about athletic trainers vs. personal trainers.

One Last Thing
Associate Professor Tim Dansdill remembers the gifts and talents of professor, poet and friend, Mark Johnston.

Fall 2007 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Now Presenting
College of Professional Studies students impress area businesses with their final projects. Words of Wisdom
Female business students got together with alumnae and area professionals to chat about challenges women face.
Features:
Water, Water Everywhere
Dot Helling ’74 ran for 95 days in 16 countries to raise awareness about safe drinking water.

Making the Connection
Technology and distance education make students’ lives easier. How do they affect the quality of learning?

Mark of Distinction
Six people will receive Distinguished Alumni Awards during Winter Carnival Reunion Weekend.

Game Plan
Graduates of the School of Communications are making their mark in the world of sports reporting.


Sections:

QU Today
President Jimmy Carter receives the first Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award; Quinnipiac has begun renovating the newly acquired North Haven site that will serve as a graduate campus.

QU Sports
Graciano Brito’s prowess on the soccer field was noticed by Sports Illustrated; an all-new men’s basketball coaching staff debuted in November.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news, TV game schedule.

Picture This
Taking a break from their books, students couldn't resist the impulse to frolic in a thick pile of leaves on the quad.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Sociology Professor Suzanne Hudd worries that “McDonaldized” character education may limit a child’s ability to make independent moral decisions.

Good Times
Alumni connect at social and sporting events.

One Last Thing
Professor Alexander Halavais discusses how technology extends Quinnipiac’s reach into the world.

Spring 2007 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Stories to tell
CNN's Eric Marrapodi '03 of New Orleans goes where the wind blows and the news breaks.

Searching for answers
Dr. Catherine Shaer '74 heads a study on treatment options for spina bifida at George Washington University.

Features:
Get Smart
Top executives say hiring bright employees is one secret to a successful business.

Cheers!
School spirit increased tenfold as Quinnipiac's teams settled into their new home, the TD Banknorth Sports Center.

Cold reception
Ice sculptures and a horse-drawn carriage were all part of Quinnipiac's newest tradition, the Winter Carnival Reunion.

Mutually Beneficial
The Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut can't hire enough QU grads. Find out why.


Sections:

Quinnipiac Today
Veteran UConn coach Tom Moore is a Bobcat now; newsman Bob Woodruff visits campusto discuss his war injury and recovery.

QU Sports
The men's ice hockey team came within a whisker of winning the ECAC Hockey championship; baseball teammates pursue post-QU fields of dreams.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news and events, alumni benefits.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Lisa Burns, associate professor of media studies, tells how presidential libraries figure into her research.

Sports-centered
Grad student 'phones it in' for a living.

Good Times
Alumni connect at social and sporting events.

One Last Thing
Charles Roth '92 has the heart of a Brave and the spirit of a Bobcat.

Fall 2006 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Red, White or Rosé
Veteran winemaker and author simplifies the selection process

News About News
Professor Paul Janensch considers the future of print journalism

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Agents of Change
Three alumni say their lives have been altered by Peace Corps service.

Body of Knowledge
Quinnipiac professors are engaged in research on subjects as diverse as sea urchins, ultrasound and school finance reform.

Pony Tales
The owner of Locket’s Meadow farm dreams of keeping all the horses she rescues and places for adoption.

Capitol Ideas
Alexandria, Va., Mayor William D. Euille ’72 has his sights set across the Potomac on a seat in Congress


Sections:

Quinnipiac Today
The University is gearing up for the Jan. 27 dedication of the TD Banknorth Sports Center and the Winter Carnival Reunion a week later.

QU Sports
The men’s andwomen’s basketball teams have high hopes for the season in progress, and the preseason NEC coaches’ poll places them squarely in the running. 

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news and events. What’s got snow, ice carvings, parties, music, hot chocolate and s’mores? It’s QU’s new tradition—Winter Carnival Reunion. Be there! Alumni connect at social and sporting events. Some pro-fessors prefer rolling in to class on two  wheels rather than four, trading helmet hair for the feel of the wind at their  back.

Summer 2006 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Ripple Effect
The first wave of any patient-therapist relationship is trust as PTs help their clients conquer trepidation and coach them back to physical and emotional health

Life or Death
Play and symposium about capital punishment opens dialog among students, faculty and community

A Fish Story
Law alumna reeling Bluefish fans back in to semi-pro baseball stadium

Styleto Boot
The Pellegrino sisters sell locally and think globally with their Italian accessories boutique on Whitney Avenue

Dance Fever
From salsa to cha-cha, more adults are giving ballroom a whirl

Healthy Concoction
Patients benefit from blend of naturopathic and traditional medicines

Sections:

QU Sports
Tennis teams string three NEC titles together.

Picture This
Quintessential spring weather coaxed students out of their rooms and onto the quad, flip flops, laptops and all, for a teasing taste of summer in late April.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Professor Len Engel says Clint Eastwood and his peers can teach us a lot about the Wild West.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news and events....Alumni connect at social and sporting events....Childhood penchant for solving mysteries leads med-tech grad Starr Sachs '72 into forensics.

Fall 2005 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Ice Hot
The Bobcats made a smashing debut in the ECAC Hockey League, beating Harvard 5–2

A Whale of a Tale
Capt. Paul Frontiero ’71 never tires of seeing excited passengers glimpse their first whale on his cruise out of Gloucester, Mass.

Drama with a Difference
Students traveled to Ireland to research and write The Walls, following their tradition of using theater for social change.

Welcome to the Blogosphere
Professor and blogger Richard Hanley, author of The Creeping Meatball, comments on the increasingly popular form of Web self-expression

Sections:

Quinnipiac Today
World-renowned artist John Behan puts a human face on the Great Hunger during an exhibit of the university’s An Gorta Mór collection of famine sculpture and artwork.

QU Sports
New turf field gives the lacrosse and field hockey teams a leg up on the season; ice hockey star Reid Cashman ’07 has no time to reflect on his dream season.

Picture This
Sleeping Giant Mountain did not disappoint with its traditional autumn show.

Totally Trendy
From threads and rides to gadgets and flicks, see what’s cool on campus this fall.

In Pursuit of Knowledge
Professor Len Engel says Clint Eastwood and his peers can teach us a lot about the Wild West.

QU Alumni
Class notes, profiles, chapter news and events....Alumni connect at social and sporting events....Tawanna Woolfolk ’03 reflects upon her Quinnipiac experience as she pursues her passion for social

Spring 2005 Quinnipiac Magazine

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Quinnipiac Today
George Stephanopoulos and Randall Robinson share their views on political topics… Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac affiliates with Amistad America… Three chosen for Business Leader Hall of Fame… Students shoot documentary in South Africa… Senior hoops star Rob Monroe peers over the mountain…

Students bond with QU 101
This new course, which comes in three installments, connects students to each other, the nation and the global community. Freshmen say it enhanced their first semester.

High-Def, High-Tech
Quinnipiac is one of the first universities in the country to establish a digital HDTV studio that has impressed members of the working media who have dropped by to see it. Learning to produce programs for high-definition TV puts students far ahead of their peers as they seek jobs in an industry where digital broadcasting is fast becoming a standard.

Catching up with
Elliot Stein '70, Ph.D., Erik Weiss '95 and Chrissy (Roell)
Weiss '96.

Catching up with
Elliot Stein '70, Ph.D., Erik Weiss '95 and Chrissy (Roell)
Weiss '96.

Catching up with
Elliot Stein '70, Ph.D., Erik Weiss '95 and Chrissy (Roell)
Weiss '96.

Travel to Tuscany
Spectacular hilltop views, lush vineyards and sun drenched olive groves await those who sign up to experience Italy with fellow alumni.

Alumni Notes and News