At least 200 copies of The Quinnipiac Chronicle at Quinnipiac University were stolen and discarded late Wednesday morning. Initially thinking students were simply more interested in the paper, staffers put out 200 additional copies, but half of those vanished within minutes, the paper's business manager said.
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Student editor: Quinnipiac Univ. officials nix housing ads
Editors at The Quinnipiac Chronicle say they were told to stoprunning advertisements from off-campus housing companies.
Quinnipiac Univ. student arrested after filming police
A Quinnipiac University student spent an eveningin jail last weekend after using a cell phone to record New Haven policeofficers arresting another student.
Quinnipiac withdraws threat against campus chapter of Society of Professional Journalists
After an editorial in the New York Times urged Quinnipiac University, in Hamden, Conn., to withdraw a threat to banthe Society of Professional Journalists' campus chapter, Lynn Bushnell,vice president for public affairs at the university, retracted the threat.
Quinnipiac officials threaten to ban campus SPJ chapter after helping independent newspaper
CONNECTICUT -- The Quad News, an online-only newspublication at Quinnipiac University, is discovering that operating anindependent newspaper does not come easy.
Quinnipiac U. editors leave en masse to start independent Web outlet
The returning editor in chief, otherreturning editors and new applicants for editorial positions at QuinnipiacUniversity's student newspaper withdrew their applications en masse over thepast week in protest of a new selection process that will allow the dean ofstudents to select The Chronicle's editorial board.
Panel: Make student paper at Quinnipiac U. independent
A university task force tapped to examine thefuture of Quinnipiac University's student paper has recommended TheChronicle completely separate from the university in a year.
Conn. editor meets with administrators on policies restricting paper's Web site, access to officials
The editor in chief of The Chronicle,Quinnipiac University's student newspaper, met with school officials lastweek to settle a long-running dispute over the newspaper's ability topublish articles online, as well as the media's access to schooladministrators.