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Quinnipiac Top Seed In NCAA Hockey Tournament

Quinnipiac is the top seed in this year’s NCAA hockey tournament, which gets under way Friday.



NCAA Women: Quinnnipiac To Play Maryland

Maryland will be the fourth seed in the Bridgeport Region of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament and will open at home Saturday against Quinnipiac.


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Q Poll Survey On Gun Laws

A new Quinnipiac University Poll of Connecticut voters says support in the state for universal background checks for gun owners shows higher support than for any issue in the twenty years the poll has been conducting surveys in the state.



Quinnipiac Sports To Remain Under Gender Equity Supervision

A federal judge finds that — so far — Quinnipiac University has fallen short of fulfilling all the requirements of gender equity laws in sports.


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Quinnipiac Starts Body Donation Program

Quinnipiac University is starting a body donation program.


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Quinnipiac Tops National Hockey Ranking

Quinnipiac University, which is playing just its 15th season of Division I hockey, has become the top-ranked team in the nation.


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Quinnipiac Hockey Making A Name Among Elite

Quinnipiac captain Zack Currie says a lot of friends and family back in British Columbia didn’t even know until recently how to pronounce the name of his school.


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Appeals Court Upholds Decision In Quinnipiac Cheerleading Suit

A federal appeals court has upheld a decision that found colleges cannot count competitive cheerleading as a sport when trying to comply with gender-equity requirements.


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Trustee Gives Quinnipiac Business School $1M

A retired paper industry executive and member of Quinnipiac University’s board of trustees has donated $1 million to the university’s business school.


Before a state senate vote on capital punishment, death penalty supporter Anne Rossi said the death penalty helped to get testimony that convicted some of the men involved in the murder of her husband and two other men at B and B Automotive in Windsor Locks.  Dr. William Petit, Junior and Anne Rossi's sister Linda Binnenkade look on. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Governor Signs Death Penalty Repeal

Governor Malloy has signed the bill eliminating the death penalty in Connecticut in future cases, and replacing it with life in prison with no possibility of parole.