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Twenty students traveled to Manchester, New Hampshire, to stump for their chosen candidates and found themselves in the midst of the action, rubbing elbows with media and politicians and getting the experience of a lifetime.
From northern California to Hungary, three alumni and trustee couples are selecting and planting grapes and finding success in the wine business.
Don Sawyer, assistant professor of sociology, is using rap as an educational tool to reach at-risk New Haven high school students who, in turn, have performed in Sawyer's Sociology of Hip-Hop class.
News on Q
Students Help Children with Disabilities Ski | Bobcat Clinic Provides Screenings for the Underserved | Freedom Rider Gets Marshall Award.
Physical therapist Andrew Simmonds '85 joined the Peace Corps at age 54. He's been working at a health care clinic in Cambodia since last summer.
The men's ice hockey team logged a season for the record books.
The School of Law hosted a symposium exploring end-of-life issues | A large group of students, along with nine faculty members, participated in the 15th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Barcelona | Gift enables nursing student to experience health care in Nicaragua.
Catch up with news about fellow alumni with class notes and profiles on Italo Alves '15; Sarah Thomas '02; Victor Zaderej, MBA '95; and law firm partners Keith Anthony, JD '06, Walter Bansley IV, JD '04, and Michael Burdo, JD '04. Check the calendar for a variety of upcoming events including Alumni Weekend Oct. 7-8.
See who came out for alumni receptions and game watches and check out the two pages of wedding and baby photos you shared. Submit yours for the next issue at www.quinnipiac.edu/submitclassnote.
One Last Thing
Two special gifts were exchanged after an occupational therapy major befriended an Alzheimer's patient during a service-learning course.
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