Quinnipiac Magazine is in the mail

Alumni and parents, check your mail: Quinnipiac Magazine is on the way.

Among this edition’s highlights:

Famine Ship Behan 2010 scan 2

“Famine Ship,” a model of John Behan’s “National Famine Memorial,” captures the loss of life and suffering during the Great Famine in Ireland and is among several of Behan’s pieces on display in Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum. Read more about the museum in the latest edition of Quinnipiac Magazine.

Art Mirrors Life: Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum presents a visual story of the Great Famine that killed more than a million people and forced 2 million to emigrate.

Timely Testimony: School of Law students’ research helped legislators reach a decision on repealing Connecticut’s death penalty going forward.

High Impact: Entrepreneur Murray Lender ’50 leaves deep imprint on Quinnipiac.

Movement with Momentum: Members of the university community are part of the effort to rein in childhood obesity rates, teaching children about nutrition and creating fitness programs that involve families.

Sports: The women’s rugby team set out to win more games than it did in its inaugural game. Instead, the Bobcats won them all.


  • Students cozy up to hearth in our renovated Carl Hansen Student Center
  • Charles Gibson shares views on Washington’s “imbalance of power”
  • School of Law team captures first place in national competition
  • School of Nursing Dean Jean Lange reflects on changes to the profession over the past 40 years that Quinnipiac has been preparing these vital members of the health care team
  • Faculty authors share insight into their new books
  • Class notes,  alumni profiles and calendars
  • Bobcats TV game schedule

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