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Each week leading up to Alumni Weekend on October 7-8, we'll be honoring a class celebrating their milestone reunion. This week we celebrate the Class of 1996. The 1996 edition of The Brave yearbook details many of the major events the Class of 1996 experienced. Many are mentioned but none get the same attention as the Senior Banquet. This yearbook passage summarizes the evening's culmination; "the dance floor was jammed with the Class of 1996, arm-in-arm, swaying to 'Last Dance' together as a class, in an array of memories, friendship and love." We expect a similar scene for all Quinnipiac graduates at Alumni Weekend. Details and registration are available at www.qu.edu/alumniweekend.
Like many other couples, Billy and Coe met at Quinnipiac as students. Their first date was at Aunt Chilada’s. During Reunion 2013, they got engaged on Sleeping Giant. Learn how they arranged for engagement photos at Quinnipiac.
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An internship with Fox led to a job for Carley Shimkus '09. She's now the associate producer for the popular syndicated radio show "Imus in the Morning."
Quinnipiac's MBA in health care management program helped David Facchini land a leadership position in the industry. The 25-year old has even bigger career ambitions for the future.
Alicia Kinsman JD '10 has a reputation - that she uses the law to help her community and change lives.
Providing clients with personal interactions can go a long way in an increasingly impersonal, digital world. Bart Miller '93 uses his call center to go beyond the online format by establishing direct contact in a timely manner in order to provide a quality customer experience.
Becky Frost has a goal – to become a principal of a school. Her degrees from Quinnipiac are helping her get there.
Mumbi Ngugi had a calling to make a difference by entering the field of medicine and joining the military. The Quinnipiac graduate is fulfilling both these dreams as a physician assistant in the U.S. Air Force.
Bob Danisch '70 was part of the team that developed the world’s first at-home ovulation test.
Three Quinnipiac students were awarded scholarships from the endowed funds established by David Altschuler '73. Recipients had the chance to meet Altschuler to hear about his Quinnipiac experience and share how the scholarships have impacted their lives and discuss professional goals.
Josh Improta went from studying for final exams straight into tackling busy season in the financial services industry at Deloitte and Touche. Quinnipiac helped get him there.
Tania Eicoff ‘14 has coupled her passion for broadcast journalism with her love of athletics in a cutting-edge position at the “The Worldwide Leader in Sports.”
Stephen Goldner JD '82 has made a career out of pairing patients with the medical help they need.