Author Archives: Michele Barletta

REIS, HAYES AND HASAN EARN MEN’S SOCCER ALL-GLVC HONORS

Aubrey Reis controls the ball in the Quarter final against University of Southern Indiana

By Michele Barletta The Quincy University men’s soccer team took big strides this season in an attempt to return to their glory days of college soccer. The Hawks ended the season 10-5-1 after finishing the GLVC regular season 9-4-1. Their record saw them finish tied for second place, however due to their loss to Maryville in the opening game of

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Students share their thoughts on Receiving the covid-19 vaccine

Student Receives the COVID-19 Vaccine

By Michele Barletta The Adams County Health Department has moved through their vaccine roll-out plan relatively quick in comparison to other county’s around the nation. Students at Quincy University have been lucky enough to be able to receive the vaccine so soon after it’s release. In February, students who held jobs on campus met the requirements to receive the vaccine

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Chisholm awarded comeback player of the year at Hawk awards banquet

QU's Craig Chisholm holds his knee after getting injured.

By Michele Barletta Quincy University men’s soccer player Craig Chisholm’s season took a turn for the worst back in September 2019. As Chisholm drove down the wing with the ball at his feet, he used his trickery that he has become known for, to beat the defender. However, this time, the outcome was very different. After his leg hit the

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QU Students voice concerns over the conditions of campus weight room

QU student works out with dumbbells in the HFC

By Michele Barletta Athletes and non-athletes alike have spoken out about their dissatisfaction with the current equipment in the weight room, located in the Health and Fitness Center. Broken cables, ripped seats, rusted bars, and missing dumbbells are among the main problems with the equipment inside the weight room. Students have described the weight room as below par when being

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QU’s Father John doctor addresses johnson and Johnson vaccine concerns

Student Receives the COVID-19 Vaccine

By Michele Barletta Due to the recent scientific discoveries surrounding the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, many Catholic people have decided against receiving that vaccine. Fetal cell lines were used in the development of many vaccines, however in the case of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, fetal cell lines were used more directly. The line came from a fetus that was

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Sports medicine staff adds COVID tests to list of duties

Student Athlete performs a Covid test on himself.

By Michele Barletta The Quincy University Sports Medicine staff has been kept busy over the past year. While students adapt to a new way of campus life and college sports, athletic trainers take on additional roles to make sure students stay healthy. As sports return to QU this semester, every team is in season, meaning the athletic training staff have

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