Reports state that Jake and Marcus, two of your closest friends, are completely unaware of your growing discomfort as they discuss the positives and negatives of their local sports teams. Eyewitness accounts go on to state that they don’t notice...

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New App Sexts Sexy Neighbors

Following in the footsteps of apps such as Tinder and Grindr, two seniors have created an app to improve sexual relations between Quinnipiac students and families living in Hamden. Sean West and Adam Combs are the co-founders of WhipIt, a new mobile application which allows sexy neighbors and students to anonymously have sex with each other, through...

NY Times Article Marks First and Last Time Editors-in-Chief Will Ever Be Called ‘Edgy’

A recent New York Times opinion piece published April 10th briefly and inexplicably mentions the esteemed student newspaper The Quinnipiac Barnacle, marking the first and last occasion anyone will ever refer to Co-Editors-in-Chief William Vessio or Shane Collins as "edgy." While the article focused mainly on another student paper on another campus, the article did...

Arts & Life
Tyler Perry Announces “12 Years a Slave” Sequel

After the critical and financial success of Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave," it was announced recently that director Tyler Perry would be helming the much hyped sequel "Madea Goes Down South." John Ridley wrote the adapted screenplay for "12 Years a Slave" based on the autobiographical memoir, "Twelve Years a Slave" by Solomon Northup. In an interview Ridley recently stated that “if there was more to Solomon Northup's story, I would love to know. The film ended with Solomon being freed...

Capitol Cities Fan Extremely Excited for SPB Concert

With all the excitement surrounding the announcement that Capital Cities will be headlining the Wake the Giant Spring Concert, sponsored by the Student Programming Board (SPB), it comes as no surprise that a Quinnipiac student is in an uproar over the news. Sophomore engineering major Jonathan Sharp, who has announced himself as the biggest Capital Cities fan on...

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Students Discussing Sports Blissfully Unaware of Your Discomfort

Reports state that Jake and Marcus, two of your closest friends, are completely unaware of your growing discomfort as they discuss the positives and negatives of their local sports teams. Eyewitness accounts go on to state that they don’t notice you looking down at your phone as they regurgitate memorized baseball statistics, nor do they bat an eye when you clear your throat or try to change the subject away from how much of an impact the latest player trade made on the team’s future. “Nah,...

QU Sells Prized Racehorse Cinnamon to Glue Factory

A living legend comes to an end, as Quinnipiac University announced today that its prized racehorse Cinnamon will be retiring at the end of this racing season and promptly sold to a glue manufacturing plant in Bridgeport. The record winning thoroughbred and beloved Quinnipiac icon will compete in his final race this Saturday, bringing to end over a decade spanning career. Standing at just under six feet, the chestnut colored equestrian has long been recognized by the campus as the embodiment of...