Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Students speak on advising as class registration comes soon

Luca Triant, Executive Producer: Newscast October 16, 2021

Since the pandemic drove student advising away from in-person communication and onto Zoom meetings, advisers have had to overcome many obstacles in order to meet with students. Danielle Reinhart, assistant...

Fewer food trucks are coming to Quinnipiac this semester

Eric Kerr, Men's Basketball and Women's Volleyball Beat Reporter October 14, 2021

The sight of a Quinnipiac University student walking up to a food truck and grabbing something to eat is not happening as frequently this fall. Food truck vendors say that the number of times they can...

Newscast 10/13/2021

Luca Triant, Executive Producer: Newscast October 14, 2021

This week on the Q30 Newscast, Chris Longchamp and Corinna Caimi were in the studio to discuss the reopening of the York Hill pub, current COVID-19 numbers the university is facing and Indigenous Peoples...

Professors speak on teaching in-person classes during the pandemic

Samantha Perelli, Associate Producer: Newscast October 12, 2021

Quinnipiac University professors are continuing to adapt to in-person classes after over a year of hybrid or strictly virtual courses. While professors prefer teaching students in-person, some say the...

SGAs new Vice President for Public Relations Jennifer McCue

SGA Executive Board welcomes new VP for Public Relations Jennifer McCue

Hephzibah Rajan, Web Director October 8, 2021

On Wednesday, Oct. 6, Jennifer McCue replaced Carmine Grippo as the new Student Government Association (SGA) Vice President for Public Relations through a special election. Grippo expressed intent to...

Newscast 10/06/2021

Samantha Perelli, Associate Producer: Newscast October 7, 2021

This week on the Q30 Newscast, Gage Kilborne and Heather Owen take on the desk to discuss topics such as the Clery Report, SGA elections, the career fair and study abroad programs. Samantha Perelli...

Quinnipiac continues investigation surrounding Tom Ellett’s apartment damage

Eric Kerr October 4, 2021

Shock and confusion were two of the many words that could describe the reactions resonating within the Quinnipiac University student body after Tom Ellett’s apartment inside The Commons residence hall...

Quinnipiac resumes previous New Haven shuttle route

Averial-daja Evans October 1, 2021

Quinnipiac University restarted previous shuttle routes to downtown New Haven and Union Station on Sept. 24 based on the needs of the community. The shuttles to New Haven will be running twice a day...

Newscast: 09/29/2021

Samantha Perelli, Associate Producer: Newscast September 30, 2021

This week on the Q30 Newscast, Matthew Jaroncyk and Katie Coen head to the desk to discuss commencement, booster shots, an increase in COVID numbers in Hamden, and the Connecticut state’s votes on Governor...

Toad’s Place Takes New Measures to Protect Their Guests

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer September 26, 2021

The popular New Haven nightclub Toad’s Place is now offering rapid COVID-19 tests at the door for those who are unvaccinated or who haven’t gotten a PCR test before coming. The rapid test will cost...

Fire side stories: Quinnipiac students enjoy new fire pits on campus

Matthew Jaroncyk, Associate Producer September 24, 2021

With temperatures cooling off and this week marking the first official week of fall, Quinnipiac has a new way of keeping warm with the addition of its new gas fire pits.  Located on The Quad and The...

Q30 Newscast: 9/22/2021

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer: Q30 Newscast September 24, 2021

On this week’s newscast, Krista Birong and Jack Main are on the desk to talk about the SGA election results and COVID-19 updates.  Vanessa Blasi has the details on how popular New Haven spots like...

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