Students rub Bobcat paw before going into TD Bank Sports Center
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A little bit of bobcat luck
Members of #BobcatNation rub the paw of the bobcat outside your TD Bank Sports Center as they prepare to go in to cheer on the men's ice hockey team in the 15th annual Heroes Hat game against Yale.
Noga Kenigsztein, Rebeka Bamgboye, and Katie Mongillo, from left, all fifth-grade students at West Woods School in Hamden, learn about archaeological digs from Professor Jaime Ullinger, right, during a visit to Quinnipiac with other students in Hamden's Talented and Gifted Program (TAG) Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. The anthropology outreach program is co-sponsored by Quinnipiac's Center for Anthropological Research (CAR) and the Bristol-Myers-Squibb Center for Teaching and Learning.

Preparing the next generation

Noga Kenigsztein, Rebeka Bamgboye and Katie Mongillo, from left, all fifth-grade students at West Woods School in Hamden, Connecticut, participate in a hands-on lesson about archaeological digs from Professor Jaime Ullinger, right, during a visit to Quinnipiac co-sponsored by our Center for Anthropological Research and our Bristol-Myers-Squibb Center for Teaching and Learning.