Love blossoms at Quinnipiac

Caption: Emily Keene ’12 and Tyler Gablenz ’12, currently a second-year student in the School of Law, were both assigned to live in Irmagarde Tator Hall. Three and a half years later, Tyler proposed at the top of Sleeping Giant Mountain.

Caption: Emily Keene ’12 and Tyler Gablenz ’12, currently a second-year student in the School of Law, were both assigned to live in Irmagarde Tator Hall. Three and a half years later, Tyler proposed at the top of Sleeping Giant Mountain.

In addition to a degree, many alumni graduated from Quinnipiac University with a lesson in love.

Quinnipiac celebrated campus romance in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day by asking Quinnipiac couples to share their stories. Pictures and captions flooded the alumni@quinnipiac.edu email and were posted on the Alumni Association’s Facebook fan page. #LoveQU

First encounters ranged from living in the same residence hall to crossing paths at Side Street Grill. Chris Svogun, MHS ’08, and Ann Marie (Mangano) Svogun ’08, MAT ’09, met while studying at the Arnold Bernhard Library. Nick Chaber ’07, DPT ’10, and Ashley (Allen) Chaber ’07, DPT ’10, met while carpooling to an anatomy lab. Beth (Basile) Kramer ’07 and Jonathan Kramer ’07 met during their freshman year in 2003 and were best friends until 2007, when they finally started dating. They wed last year.

Visit the Alumni Association’s Facebook fan page to see more Quinnipiac couples.


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