Quinnipiac University professor’s comedic documentary selected to be screened at film festivals in New Hampshire, Texas and St. Louis
“Mickey’s Pets,” which premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in August, has been selected to be screened at the New Hampshire Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival and the St. Louis International Film Festival.
Rep. Yaccarino fielded questions from Vegliante about his experience thus far in the legislature as well as his thoughts on the current legislative session.
“Rebel Rossa” is a personal investigation into the life and legacy of the Irish rebel Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa by his American great-grandsons who traveled to Ireland to trace their family history and uncover all there is to know about Rossa...
A native of North Haven, Andrewsen has a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University. He has worked at WQUN for 20 years, during which time he has conducted thousands of interviews with community leaders and people of interest.
Margot Lee Shetterly, author of ‘Hidden Figures,’ to deliver Black History Month Lecture at Quinnipiac University Feb. 8
Shetterly will share the story of how black “human computers” used math to change their own lives — and America's future.
The public is invited to visit the Clarice L. Buckman Theater at Quinnipiac University, 275 Mount Carmel Ave., twice in December to watch university students perform two free concerts.
Quinnipiac University honored Charlie Rose, anchor/executive editor of the PBS programs "Charlie Rose" and "Charlie Rose: This Week," and co-host of "CBS This Morning," on June 15 at its 23rd annual Fred Friendly First Amendment Award luncheon at the Metropolitan...
Irish historian to present, ‘Famnesia? Famine in Irish Literature at the Great Hunger’s Centenary,’ June 23 at Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum
Bryce Evans, a senior lecturer in history at Liverpool Hope University (UK) and a leading modern Irish historian, will present the lecture, “Famnesia? Famine in Irish Literature at the Great Hunger’s Centenary."
Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University acquires notable painting, ‘Rainbow’s End,’ by William Crozier
One of the foremost European artists of the post-war period, Crozier (1930-2011) was artistically and philosophically influenced by the Existentialist movement in Paris. He brought such outlook to bear on images of a traumatized humanity in the aftermath of the...