An Honors Tradition: Apple Picking.

Lindsay Teliska | Student, ’16 Every year, the Honors Program goes apple picking; the event is a favorite way for honors to welcome the fall. This was my third year in a row attending Drazen Orchards with the Honors Program. We all arranged a meeting place on main campus so that those who needed rides could…

Finding What It Means to be ‘Honors.’

Jeanette Cibelli | Student, ’17 Adapting to life at college can be a tricky transition for anyone.  The workload is heavier, the rooms in the residence hall can feel cramped, and there are new faces at every turn.  This can leave some first years students feeling “lost” at their school.  Luckily, the new students of the…

Dr. Giordano lecture

Jeanette Cibelli & Ali Luchini | Students, ’17 Instead of your average run-of-the-mill lunch in the school cafeteria, our Honors students shared lunch with Dr. James Giordano, an esteemed neuroscientist and neuroethicist, on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Dr. Giordano later delivered his lecture “Brave New Brain: Neuroscience and Neuroethics for the 21st Century” to the Quinnipiac community…

NCHC: Partners in the Park

Chris Omara | Student, ’17 Over the summer, I was given the amazing opportunity to visit California thanks to Partners in the Park, a program from the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC—Quinnipiac University is a member of the NCHC) that organizes trips for college students to several national parks across the United States. I went to…

Curious, Thoughtful, Leaders Go Online–and (Maybe) Abroad on a Scholarship!

Welcome to the thoughtful and curious online hangout of the University Honors Program at Quinnipiac University! And no, that’s not “curiouser and curiouser”–much as we love Lewis Carroll, and great literature! Instead, we want you to be curious–intellectually, of course, but also about the University Honors Program and the exciting things the honors community, including its…