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Student found dead in off-campus home

Student found dead in off-campus home

Q30 Staff September 16, 2021

A Quinnipiac student was found dead in his off-campus home on Whitney Avenue on Wednesday afternoon, Hamden police said Thursday morning.  20-year-old Cristian Caamano was a fourth-year entrepreneurship...

Students worry traffic will become worse with the possible tennis court relocation

Melanie Careri, Executive Producer: Newscast September 14, 2021

The struggle to find a parking spot has raised concern amongst Quinnipiac University students as more classes are in-person this semester. A pending relocation of the tennis courts may lead to fewer student...

Teaching through 9/11: how the classroom became a sanctuary for students away from home

Teaching through 9/11: how the classroom became a sanctuary for students away from home

Hannah Mirsky, News Director September 11, 2021

Many students and faculty were beginning their school day on the morning of 9/11, as was Dale Jasinski, a professor of entrepreneurship, who had begun teaching at Quinnipiac University the year before....

Chester-Hadlyme ferry

From the Revolution to today: the enduring history of a small Connecticut ferry

Luca Triant, Associate Producer September 10, 2021

The Chester-Hadlyme ferry travels to nearby landmarks, such as Gillette Castle State Park on the Hadlyme side, and the Essex steam train on the Chester side. However, as with many things in Connecticut,...

Newscast: 09/08/21

Newscast: 09/08/21

Luca Triant, Associate Producer: Newscast September 9, 2021

This week on the first Q30 Newscast of the semester, Kylicia Smith and Eric Kerr take to the desk to give Quinnipiac students the latest news updates about COVID numbers on campus and a new QU in LA director. Melanie...

COVID-19 booster shots to be widely available in late September

COVID-19 booster shots to be widely available in late September

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer September 5, 2021

U.S. health officials announced their plans on Aug. 18, to give out booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine beginning as early as the week of Sept. 20 after the recent rise in cases, hospitalizations and...

Quinnipiac's transformation continues with The Complex renovation

Quinnipiac’s transformation continues with The Complex renovation

Melanie Careri, Executive Producer August 21, 2021

The Complex is move-in ready with a new spacious, modern feel for students after an entire summer of reconstruction since mid-May as a part of Quinnipiac University’s 10 year master plan.  The six-person...

Indoor mask requirement returns to Hamden

Indoor mask requirement returns to Hamden

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer August 20, 2021

Hamden Mayor Curt Balzano Leng issued a mask mandate for all indoor public spaces which took effect Thursday, Aug. 19 to contain the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant. As of Wednesday, Aug. 18, New...

Quinnipiac will fine unvaccinated students and withdraw campus network and Wi-Fi access

Quinnipiac will fine unvaccinated students and withdraw campus network and Wi-Fi access

Melanie Careri and Samantha Perelli August 17, 2021

Quinnipiac University emailed 600 unvaccinated students on Mon. Aug. 16, stating they will be charged a maximum of $2,275 per semester starting this academic year, with weekly fines starting at $100, along...

Quinnipiac professor receives grant for work on Quinnipiac River

Quinnipiac professor receives grant for work on Quinnipiac River

Matthew Jaroncyk, Associate Producer August 14, 2021

Biological sciences professor Courtney McGinnis received a $13,000 grant through The Quinnipiac River Fund to collect water samples for her research project on the Quinnipiac River. The grant, awarded...

Construction for Tom Ellett’s new Commons apartment to be completed by late August

Hannah Mirsky and Eric Kerr August 12, 2021

Chief Experience Officer Tom Ellett will further immerse himself into Quinnipiac University’s campus life by moving into a newly built apartment in the Commons residence hall this fall. The plans...

Orientation Leaders: A Helping Hand for First-Year Move-In

Eric Kerr August 7, 2021

It will not be much longer until the incoming class of first-year students packs their bags for Hamden, counting down the days before move-in. That countdown for some is filled with excitement. “Visiting...

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