- SPB Weekly Update: 3/27/17
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball hires new coach Baker Dunleavy; top three scorers, Dixon, Kiss and Daniels, ask to leave program
- Quinnipiac’s cinderella season ends at the hands of No. 1 seed South Carolina, 100-58
- Dave Clarke’s program inspired by the women’s basketball team’s run to the Sweet Sixteen
- Geno Auriemma shows support for Quinnipiac at his Sweet Sixteen practice
- Sweet Sixteen Preview: No. 1 seed South Carolina
- Bobcat Breakdown: 03/21/17
- Pep rally and final practice extra sweet for women’s basketball
- Sports Paws: 03/21/17
- Quick report: Three takeaways from Quinnipiac’s second round win; to the Sweet 16
SGA Weekly Update 02/01/17
- Updated: February 1, 2017
The following information was discussed at the weekly general board meeting of the Student Government Association on February 1, 2017.
By: Anna Sackel
- ‘Expressing Support for President Lahey to sign the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program and Undocumented Quinnipiac Students Statement.’
- 617 College and University presidents have signed the statement which asks for Donald Trump to keep DACA enacted.
- Lahey has not signed the statement.
- 169 Quinnipiac faculty members have signed a petition calling for Lahey to sign it.
- SGA officially calls on Lahey to sign the statement supporting DACA.
Change to the Creed
- The current student creed, or ‘Legend of the Bobcat,’ starts off saying “The Indian spirit, Hobbamock.”
- SGA voted to change the word ‘Indian’ to ‘Algonquin’ becuase they felt the word, ‘Indian’ was offensive.
- Algonquin is the name of the tribe that covers the land Quinnipiac is on.
- State of the QUnion has been moved to Feb. 22 at 4:30 p.m.
- There will be active shooter training implemented into Quinnipiac’s new student orientation program. Specific details will be released at a later date.
- The Student Speak event, an open mic style program, is set for Feb. 13 at 5 p.m. in the student center piazza.
- The vacant spots on the sophomore and junior class cabinets will be filled at next weeks general meeting via special election.