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  • READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac University Nursing Professor Earns Nurse Leadership Award

    The Connecticut League for Nursing (CLN) presented its Nurse Leadership Award to Lisa O'Connor, of East Haddam, associate professor and chair of undergraduate nursing programs in the School of Nursing at Quinnipiac University, at its annual meeting on...
  • READER SUBMITTED: South Windham Resident Selected As Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar at Quinnipiac University

    Eric O'Connor, a second-year student in the doctor of nursing practice program in the School of Nursing at Quinnipiac University, has been selected for the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare's 2014-16 Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar Program. As...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac University's School Of Nursing receives $50,000 Grant

    The School of Nursing at Quinnipiac University has received a $50,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as part of the New Careers in Nursing Scholarship program. Quinnipiac was one of 52 schools to receive a grant through the NCIN program,...
  • Pelto: It's Definite; He's A Candidate For Governor

    Pelto: It's Definite; He's A Candidate For Governor
    Former state Rep. Jonathan Pelto, the Democrat who last month began exploring a third-party candidacy against incumbent Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, declared Wednesday that he's definitely running for governor – a move that some party...
  • Taxing Colleges, Hospitals Won't Solve State's Problems

    Credit House Speaker Brendan Sharkey with taking on one of the most serious problems facing the state — its over-reliance on the property tax to pay for government services. This antiquated system sets town against town, increases sprawl and...
  • A Grueling Race, Horrific Day And 5 Tales From Connecticut

    A Grueling Race, Horrific Day And 5 Tales From Connecticut
    They are mad. Defiant. Hopeful. Healing. They are the runners of the Boston Marathon, 36,000 Boston Strong. They are the volunteers. The spectators. The first responders and medical people. The photographers, the race officials and timers. They are...
  • School Support Vital For Foster Care Youths

    Children and youths in foster care often struggle in school because of the challenges they face in their home lives, and are deprived of academic opportunity by virtue of their state involvement. Two bills currently being considered by the General...
  • Tom Foley Feels the Need for Speed

    Tom Foley made more driving news last week, which is never a good thing. He was charged with speeding on Route 9. Foley's spokesperson said Foley was going about 80 miles per hour. As someone who travels on Route 9 frequently, let me say that cars...
  • Woman charged with bomb threats at Quinnipiac to stop graduation

    This college commencement season has been marked by attention over high-profile speakers who canceled because of political angst on campus over their appearance. In Connecticut a woman at Quinnipiac University was arrested on suspicion of phoning in a...
  • Bomb Threats Are A Really Bad Plan

    Bomb Threats Are A Really Bad Plan
    Some people are just not cut out for a life of crime. Danielle Shea appears to be one of them. Ms. Shea is the 22-year-old woman who is charged with phoning in bomb threats in an attempt to cancel Quinnipiac University's graduation ceremony last week so...
  • Silencing Of Campus Speakers Intolerant

    Silencing Of Campus Speakers Intolerant
    Silly me. I thought American colleges were bastions of free speech, where faculty and students believe in "the marketplace of ideas." Not at Haverford College, Smith College or Rutgers University. Each of these institutions of higher learning...
  • Florida Republicans remain big Marco Rubio fans, but not Democrats

    Florida Republicans remain big Marco Rubio fans, but not Democrats
    Republicans love listening to U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio. It’s easy to see why. The speech he delivered Wednesday to the Palm Beach Republican Club – a variation on remarks he’s been honing for years – was at times inspirational and...