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The Quinnipiac Law Review will examine U.S. and international efforts to address illegal wildlife trafficking at its annual symposium on Nov. 8. With a particular focus on ivory, symposium participants will examine the legal and policy issues critical to the debate. Read more at www.quinnipiac.edu. (Photo by Anna Brundage.)

The Quinnipiac Law Review will examine U.S. and international efforts to address illegal wildlife trafficking at its annual symposium on Nov. 8. With a particular focus on ivory, symposium participants will examine the legal and policy issues critical to the debate. Read more at www.quinnipiac.edu. (Photo by Anna Brundage.)

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st 2014

Beta Theta Pi is hoping to raise money this week for the American Cancer Society by allowing members of the university community to pie leaders of our Greek life organizations. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Orsi ‘17.)

Beta Theta Pi is hoping to raise money this week for the American Cancer Society by allowing members of the university community to pie leaders of our Greek life organizations. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Orsi ‘17.)

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st 2014

The work of six alumni is being showcased tomorrow at the Boston Film Festival. “I feel like being accepted into the #BostonFilmFestival of all festivals helps validate the sincerity and worthiness of our project,” said Sarah Violette, film producer and graduate of our film, video and interactive media program. “26.2: Miles Closer to Living” was produced by Lisa Copland, Nikki DeBernardi, Lorenzo DeCampos, Kelly Dubinsky, Amy Gardner and Violette. The film highlights the aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombings. Pictured above is Violette interviewing Julian Hartt, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, to get insight on the psychological impact of the Boston bombing.

The work of six alumni is being showcased tomorrow at the Boston Film Festival. “I feel like being accepted into the #BostonFilmFestival of all festivals helps validate the sincerity and worthiness of our project,” said Sarah Violette, film producer and graduate of our film, video and interactive media program. “26.2: Miles Closer to Living” was produced by Lisa Copland, Nikki DeBernardi, Lorenzo DeCampos, Kelly Dubinsky, Amy Gardner and Violette. The film highlights the aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombings. Pictured above is Violette interviewing Julian Hartt, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, to get insight on the psychological impact of the Boston bombing.

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st 2014

President John L. Lahey has welcomed our alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago, known as our Golden Bobcats, to Reunion 2014, officially opening our weekend’s festivities. (Photo by Jamie DeLoma.) #QUAlumni (at Quinnipiac University)

President John L. Lahey has welcomed our alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago, known as our Golden Bobcats, to Reunion 2014, officially opening our weekend’s festivities. (Photo by Jamie DeLoma.) #QUAlumni (at Quinnipiac University)

Posted on Friday, June 20th 2014

After months of preparation and anticipation, we are hours away from kicking off Reunion 2014! (Photo by Jamie DeLoma ‘06, MS ‘11.) (at Quinnipiac University)

After months of preparation and anticipation, we are hours away from kicking off Reunion 2014! (Photo by Jamie DeLoma ‘06, MS ‘11.) (at Quinnipiac University)

Posted on Friday, June 20th 2014

We love when members of the #Quinnipiac community bring us along when they travel across America and around the world. Here, Julianna Besharat ‘14 rides a camel in Egypt while representing the Bobcats. #qualumni #quaroundtheworld

We love when members of the #Quinnipiac community bring us along when they travel across America and around the world. Here, Julianna Besharat ‘14 rides a camel in Egypt while representing the Bobcats. #qualumni #quaroundtheworld

Posted on Tuesday, June 17th 2014

We love to see our alumni joining together to remember their time at #Quinnipiac. Wouldn’t you love to see your past roommates and college friends? Join us at Reunion 2014 on June 20-22. Share your photos with us by tagging #QUAlumni and @QUAlumni on Twitter and Instagram. For more information, visit www.quinnipiac.edu/reunion Here, Anne Pandolfi and her college roommates get together to celebrate their 10 years of friendship. (Photo courtesy of Anne Pandolfi ‘04.)

We love to see our alumni joining together to remember their time at #Quinnipiac. Wouldn’t you love to see your past roommates and college friends? Join us at Reunion 2014 on June 20-22. Share your photos with us by tagging #QUAlumni and @QUAlumni on Twitter and Instagram. For more information, visit www.quinnipiac.edu/reunion Here, Anne Pandolfi and her college roommates get together to celebrate their 10 years of friendship. (Photo courtesy of Anne Pandolfi ‘04.)

Posted on Wednesday, June 11th 2014

After weeks of training, our orientation leaders are excited to welcome the first members of our Class of 2018 to our first orientation session of the summer today! (Photo by Jamie DeLoma.) #QU2018

After weeks of training, our orientation leaders are excited to welcome the first members of our Class of 2018 to our first orientation session of the summer today! (Photo by Jamie DeLoma.) #QU2018

Posted on Thursday, June 5th 2014

Crews have cleared all of the books from our School of Law Center Library on our Mount Carmel Campus and are preparing to transform the area into new academic space. The crews are in the process of moving the books to the new law library on our North Haven Campus. (at Quinnipiac University)

Crews have cleared all of the books from our School of Law Center Library on our Mount Carmel Campus and are preparing to transform the area into new academic space. The crews are in the process of moving the books to the new law library on our North Haven Campus. (at Quinnipiac University)

Posted on Monday, June 2nd 2014

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy spoke during the Stolen Lives conference kick-off dinner reception at our Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences tonight. Murphy asked attendees to propose responses to human trafficking and to challenge elected representatives and others in authority to enact real change. (Photo by Mark Stanczak.)

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy spoke during the Stolen Lives conference kick-off dinner reception at our Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences tonight. Murphy asked attendees to propose responses to human trafficking and to challenge elected representatives and others in authority to enact real change. (Photo by Mark Stanczak.)

Posted on Thursday, May 29th 2014

Many of our students are continuing to learn throughout the summer — both in and outside of traditional classrooms. Here, students in one of our QU 301 classes take time for a photo after landing in Sicily, Italy. (Photo courtesy of Jenn Whaley ’16.)

Many of our students are continuing to learn throughout the summer — both in and outside of traditional classrooms. Here, students in one of our QU 301 classes take time for a photo after landing in Sicily, Italy. (Photo courtesy of Jenn Whaley ’16.)

Posted on Wednesday, May 28th 2014

Our Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine students, faculty and staff are about celebrate the successful competition of their first year at a BBQ on our North Haven Campus this afternoon.  (at Quinnipiac University - North Haven Campus)

Our Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine students, faculty and staff are about celebrate the successful competition of their first year at a BBQ on our North Haven Campus this afternoon. (at Quinnipiac University - North Haven Campus)

Posted on Tuesday, May 27th 2014

Every summer, hundreds of our students complete internships across the country and travel internationally. Here, members of a QU 301 seminar get up close to a cheetah at The Lion Park in Johannesburg, South Africa. Show us your adventure by tagging both #quinnipiac and @quinnipiacu on Instagram and Twitter for a chance for your photo to be featured. (Graphic by Anna Brundage.)

Every summer, hundreds of our students complete internships across the country and travel internationally. Here, members of a QU 301 seminar get up close to a cheetah at The Lion Park in Johannesburg, South Africa. Show us your adventure by tagging both #quinnipiac and @quinnipiacu on Instagram and Twitter for a chance for your photo to be featured. (Graphic by Anna Brundage.)

Posted on Tuesday, May 20th 2014