Quinnipiac University game design professor Jonah Warren of North Haven wins 2018 Best Game Award at Miami @ Play festival
Warren’s game, “Sloppy Forgeries,” earned first prize at the festival, which features a curated collection of art and design work demonstrating a range of playful experiences.
Film co-produced by Quinnipiac professor Ashley Brandon of North Haven to make world premiere at 2019 Sundance Film Festival
The film, “Stay Close,” will be screened in Sundance’s documentary short film category Jan. 24–Feb. 3 in Utah.
“Lives Well Lived,” by Sky Bergman, celebrates the wit and wisdom of adults 75 to 100 years old who are living their lives to the fullest.
Nabel has been using math to entertain audiences for over 40 years. His presentation will feature mentalism effects, which he uses to read minds and demonstrate precognition.
Sen. Fasano also presented Vinnie Penn with a citation, introduced by him and State Senator George Logan (R-Ansonia), recognizing two decades of service running the Stuff-A-Bus fundraiser and raising awareness for hunger throughout our state.
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.