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House Republicans Propose Election Integrity Reforms in Special Session 

Majority party Democrats reject Republican amendments.

Alexandra Ford

Quinnipiac’s Alexandra Ford receives scholarship created for doctoral nursingstudents seeking to improve health care for cancer patients

The scholarship program provides full tuition and was created to recognize doctoral nursing students seeking to improve health care for cancer patients.

North Haven’s Athena II Diner was one of the local businesses to receive a Quinnipiac University 2023 Student Choice Award. Pictured, from left, are Boomer the Bobcat, diner owner Christos Stefanis, Bethany Zemba, the university’s vice president for strategy and community relations and chief of staff.

Quinnipiac University recognizes 2023 Student Choice Award Winners

North Haven’s Athena II Diner was one of the local businesses to receive a Quinnipiac University 2023 Student Choice Award.

Fall 2023 Bulk Pickup Schedule

Bulk Pick-up Program takes place the weeks of September 18-22, 2023 & September 25-29, 2023 on your scheduled collection day.

Student nurses raised their right hands and collectively recited the White Coat Ceremony Oath as members of the Quinnipiac University School of Nursing.

Quinnipiac University School of Nursing hosts inaugural White Coat Ceremony

School of Nursing Dean Larry Slater welcomed the nursing students to the program’s first ceremony, which will become a tradition for the School of Nursing.

State Rep. Dave Yaccarino Receives 100% Voting Record for 2023 Legislative Session

According to a recently-released report from the Clerk of the House of Representatives, Rep. Yaccarino cast a vote in each of 368 votes taken in the House over a long session. 

Rep. Yaccarino, Sen. Cicarella Respond to Passing of North Haven Firefighter EMT Anthony DeSimone

Firefighter Desimone was a 23-year veteran of the North Haven Fire Department.

Quinnipiac University School of Law to host Connecticut Law Fair Sept. 7

The fair will give prospective law students an opportunity to learn more about the law school admissions process as well as the academic programs, career services, financial aid and scholarships available at the participating law schools.

Hanna and Nathan Kim

North Haven Students Recognized as Winners in the 18th eesmarts™ Student Contest 

Students submitted projects to the statewide contest promoting sustainability, energy efficiency, and clean and renewable energy.

Devon Latimore, left, and Liza McIntyre work on the production of a student remake of a “Big Bang Theory” episode as part of the Modern Storytelling: Movie-Making Madness for High School Students,” summer program at Quinnipiac University.

Quinnipiac University hosts ‘Modern Storytelling: Movie-Making Madness’ for students interested in television, film

In addition to acting and lighting, the students enrolled in the summer program learned skills such as producing, scripting, cinematography and post-production to create dynamic and diverse media content for all types of audiences.

Op-Ed: “Half-Measures in Hartford: Why Change is Needed”

By Sen. Paul Cicarella While summer is in full swing, topics like the mechanics of the legislative session, or what laws your elected leaders supported are unlikely to be front and center at your next

State Rep. Dave Yaccarino

Rep. Yaccarino Votes to Adopt 2024-25 Connecticut State Budget with Historic Income Tax Cut

The fully balanced bipartisan budget features over $150 million for local education, establishes a phase-out on pension and annuity taxes, investments in public safety, and strict adherence to fiscal guardrails established in the 2017 budget agreement.