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A Year in Pictures

A Year in Pictures

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Published by Joseph Pelletier
A spread of The Chronicle's year in review, in pictures.
A spread of The Chronicle's year in review, in pictures.

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Published by: Joseph Pelletier on Jun 01, 2010
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A Year in Pictures

September 16, 2009 (Issue 1): 16 students placed in isolation with flu-like symptoms

For the final issue of the academic year, The Chronicle presents:

October 7, 2009 (Issue 4): Without University funding, Quinnipiac’s unofficial New Blue Rugby team keeps on trucking--evidenced by a rugged 15-5 win over CCSU.

September 23, 2009 (Issue 2): Quinnipiac offers free flu shots to prepare for flu season. At this point, Health Services Director Kathryn Macaione said flu season had been no worse than usual.

November 18, 2009 (Issue 10): Men’s soccer loses 2-1 to Monmouth in the NEC Championship final.

January 27, 2010 (Issue 13): A clever addition to a New Road construction sign pokes fun at Quinnipiac’s construction. March 3, 2010 (Issue 18): Men’s basketball snags their first NEC regular-season title on the back of forward Justin Rutty, the NEC’s Most Valuable Player. The team later lost in the NEC Tournament final to Robert Morris, 52-50. February 4, 2010 (Issue 14): Quinnipiac University announces its plans to create a medical school on the North Haven campus. The first class is expected in 2013 or 2014.
Photos taken by Andrew Vazzano, Caiti Kaminski and Joe Pelletier

November 30, 2009: Quinnipiac men’s hockey scratches their way to No. 4 in the USCHO rankings, their first-ever ranking in the nation’s top five teams.

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