Q30 Television

In such unprecedented times, people want their voices heard

October 23, 2020

With the presidential election officially two weeks away, voting has become a necessity for everyone, especially in this year's election. This is the case for Hamden, as town clerk Vera Morrison noted that compared to previous elections, this year has had the most voter registration and absentee ballots. "Our...

Quinnipiac sees uptick of COVID-19 cases

Quinnipiac sees uptick of COVID-19 cases

Matthew Jaroncyk, News Beat Reporter

October 23, 2020

Friday afternoon, Quinnipiac students were sent an email regarding a slight increase in COVID-19 cases. A statement released by Senior Medical Advisor Dr. David Hill updated the Quinnipiac community that 10 off-campus students have tested positive for the virus. The statement comes after an email sent Wednesday night alerting students that a Chartwells employee who worked at the York Hill Cafe tested positive for COVID-19. Since the release of the statement, several of those students have been self-isolating, as...

Q-Flex model to continue during spring semester

Q-Flex model to continue during spring semester

Kaye Paddyfote, News Director

October 16, 2020

This spring semester Quinnipiac University will continue in-classroom learning and on-campus residential experience with the Q-Flex model for Spring 2021, however, most classes will still have a mix of in-person and being remote. Though if you were planning on taking a vacation somewhere during spring...

Quinnipiac COVID-19 positive cases continue to rise

Quinnipiac COVID-19 positive cases continue to rise

Matthew Jaroncyk, Beat Reporter

October 12, 2020

Quinnipiac students were put on high alert Tuesday night when they received an email that 10 students tested positive for COVID-19. The email comes after the associate vice president of public relations John Morgan released a statement on Wednesday that three off-campus students tested positive for the vi...

Quinnipiac sees an increase in COVID-19 cases

Quinnipiac sees an increase in COVID-19 cases

Kaye Paddyfote, News Director

October 6, 2020

As of today, Quinnipiac University has five students who have tested positive with COVID-19. All of these students live off-campus and contact tracing has started.  The most recent cases are two roommates who live off-campus in a Quinnipiac owned house, and one student who lives in an off-campus h...

#THAT Quarantine Recap

#THAT Quarantine Recap

September 28, 2020

Watch to see how different Q30 members spent their time in quarantine! Some kept busy by continuing to work while one #THAT producer watched over 100 movies. #THAT goes live every Monday at 7 p.m. with content like this and much more. Follow @gbrailovskiy Follow @Q30Entertain...

Virus testing on campus explained

Virus testing on campus explained

Luca Triant

September 19, 2020

Quinnipiac University has started random testing for students. The new testing process is one of many precautions the university is taking amidst the rise of COVID-19. Alongside it, many classes have followed the FLEX hybrid model of teaching, while masks and social distancing are required in all spaces on...

Coronavirus weekly testing is required for students only, parents react online

Coronavirus weekly testing is required for students only, parents react online

Olivia Schueller, General Member

September 19, 2020

Quinnipiac faculty and staff are not required to be tested for the coronavirus. Parents and students are voicing their concerns online about the university's decision to not test everyone that steps foot onto campus. “There were definitely some angry [parents], but you know I think just overall it ...

Protect the Bobcat Bubble

Protect the Bobcat Bubble

Hephzibah Rajan, Associate Producer for Q30 Newscast

September 13, 2020

As in-person classes begin, the COVID-19 task force is working to ensure that the Quinnipiac community stays safe. Undergraduate and graduate student leaders came together to form a campaign, known as ‘Protect the Bobcat Bubble’, to ensure student’s safety on campus. “What we’re trying...

How QU professors are adjusting to a hybrid teaching model

Courtesy: TheCut.com

Jennifer Cuevas, Associate Producer for Q30 Newscast

September 12, 2020

Quinnipiac's Mount Carmel campus was brought back to life on September 7 after welcoming students back for the first week of in-person classes after an extended summer break. Students are not the only ones grappling with the new way of learning, professors are as well. Earlier in the summer, Quinnipiac announced it would adopt a hybrid tea...

Where you can enjoy a meal and a drink in Hamden

Where you can enjoy a meal and a drink in Hamden

Olivia Schueller, General Member

September 11, 2020

College life looks different for students across the country as many local bars are closed due to COVID-19. Students aren’t the only ones feeling the loss of weekend nights, bar, and restaurant owners are too. “We’re happy to have you all back, hopefully, to stay,” Scott Scalabrino, Manager...

Club Sports to begin with new changes

Club Sports to begin with new changes

Luca Triant, Executive Producer: Q30 Newscast

September 7, 2020

Quinnipiac University’s Club Sports program is facing many changes this Fall semester. Updates to the usual plan this semester includes virtual-only meetings for the entire month of Sept., with an exception for the Involvement Fair taking place Sept. 14-18, in order to help with recruitment. In-person...

Q30 Television
Coronavirus Coverage