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Yaccarino Re-Election Campaign Announcement

My goals will be to continue to advocate for better jobs, a fiscally sound state budget, local education, veterans, seniors, the needy, public safety, and to improve our state’s healthcare.

North Haven Legislators Invite Residents to ‘People, Pizza and Policies’

The event will allow residents the opportunity to speak with the legislators about issues affecting the district, bill proposal ideas, and other topics pertaining to state or local government.

Alicia Giaimo, right, clinical associate professor of diagnostic imaging and program director of radiologic sciences at Quinnipiac University, instructs students, from left, Erin Lowkes, Ariana DiPietrantonio and Allison Keenan. They were part of a Quinnipiac team that recently examined human skeletal remains believed to be from the first of three Revolutionary War soldiers. (John Hassett/Quinnipiac University).

Quinnipiac University faculty and students begin examining skeletal remains of what are believed to be Revolutionary War soldiers

The three men are believed to have taken part in the first Revolutionary War battle in Connecticut in 1777 that included Brigadier General Benedict Arnold, then on the side of the Americans.

State Representative Dave Yaccarino (R-87) held a January Legislative Coffee Hour event titled “Coffee with your Legislators,” on Friday, January 3, 2020 at McDonald’s located on 129 Washington Avenue in North Haven. Rep. Yaccarino and Sen. Fasano host this opportunity to meet with constituents in-district on the first Friday of every month from 8-9 a.m.

Rep. Yaccarino Hosts First Coffee Hour of the Year

State Representative Dave Yaccarino (R-87) met with the people of North Haven to discuss issues affecting the district, bill proposal ideas, or other topics pertaining to state or local government.

Film co-directed by Quinnipiac professor Ashley Brandon of North Haven, Connecticut to make world premiere at 2020 Sundance Film Festival

The film is co-directed by Quinnipiac adjunct film professor Dennis Höhne and produced by Nevo Shinaar, Brandon’s classmate at Northwestern University.

Winter Clothing and Coat Drive Nets 1,000+ in Donations

Donations to Benefit Veterans and Individuals in Need

Fasano Statement on the Passing of WFSB Anchor Denise D’Ascenzo

“Connecticut has lost a true treasure. My heart breaks for Denise’s loved one during this extremely difficult time.”

Quinnipiac University will host a workshop with Okhee Lee on Saturday, Dec. 7. Lee is a professor in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. Her research areas include science education, language and culture, and teacher education. (Photo courtesy of NYU).

Quinnipiac University’s Science Teaching and Learning Center will host Prof. Okhee Lee on Dec. 7

Lee is a professor in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. Her research areas include science education, language and culture, and teacher education.

Sasha Turner, of North Haven, associate professor of history at Quinnipiac University, was a guest speaker at a two-day symposium titled, “Capitalism and Slavery – 75 Years Later,” on Nov. 14 and 15 at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago. Autumn Driscoll/Quinnipiac University.

Quinnipiac University Prof. Sasha Turner guest speaker at symposium, ‘Capitalism and Slavery – 75 Years Later,’ in Trinidad and Tobago

Williams was one of the early founders of CARICOM, an organization made up of 20 Caribbean nations to promote economic and political integration and cooperation among members.

Quinnipiac University student Jake Flanagan rakes leaves at Animal Haven in North Haven on Nov. 9 as part of a Greek Day of Community Service. (Richard Petrosino/Quinnipiac University).

Quinnipiac University students participated in a Greek Day of Community Service

In North Haven, the students helped out at the Girl Scouts, Animal Haven Inc. and Pet Smart.

The Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library at Quinnipiac University by John Hassett.

Quinnipiac University named a ‘Best Law School’ by The Princeton Review

The institutional survey, which numbered more than 200 questions, covered topics from academic offerings and admission requirements to data about currently enrolled students and graduates’ employment.

2019 Fall Leaf Collection Program

The 2019 Fall Leaf Collection Program will begin the week of Nov. 4.

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