Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Q30 Television

Newscast: 11/17/2021

November 18, 2021

This week on the Newscast, Vanessa Blasi and Hannah Mirsky started off with breaking news. There was an attempted burglary at one of the Quinnipiac-owned campus houses on Kimberly Avenue. A suspect has...

SGA Commuter Senator steps down to work closer with students and faculty

SGA Commuter Senator steps down to work closer with students and faculty

Hannah Mirsky, News Director November 13, 2021

The Student Government Association (SGA) Commuter Senator Helen Tran resigned from the position on Wednesday, Nov. 10. Tran sent a letter to SGA President Nick Ciampanelli informing the organization...

Quinnipiac sees a spike in COVID-19 cases

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer November 12, 2021

On Monday, Nov. 8, Quinnipiac University reported 30 new positive COVID-19 cases within the last seven days. This is the highest spike in cases the university has had since last semester. According...

Newscast: 11/10/2021

Matthew Jaroncyk, Associate Producer: Q30 Newscast November 11, 2021

On this week’s newscast, Ross Meglin and Joe LoGrippo were on the desk together talking about SGA Commuter Senator Helen Tran resigning Wednesday afternoon from her position, as well as the recent changes...

White nationalist stickers found on North Haven Campus

Hephzibah Rajan, Associate Producer: Q30 Newscast November 10, 2021

Stickers belonging to a white nationalist group, Patriot Front, were found by the National Lawyers Guild on light poles on the North Haven campus last week. Earlier on Friday morning, Vice President...

Hamden Town Clerk reflects on 26 years in local government

Olivia Kettell November 4, 2021

A new town clerk will take office in Hamden after former Town Clerk Vera Morrison finished serving her thirteenth term, amounting to 26 years serving Hamden this year. Karimah Mickens was elected to...

Newscast: 11/03/2021

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer: Newscast November 4, 2021

On this week’s newscast, Ben Kane and Audrey Scafati are on the desk to talk about the new SGA VP for Finance member elected to replace Cameron Davignon.  Luca Triant has the details about the town...

Hamden removes mask mandate, Quinnipiac rule remains

Luca Triant, Executive Producer: Newscast November 4, 2021

The town of Hamden removed the requirement for masks to be worn within indoor public spaces last Friday. Incumbent Hamden mayor Curt Balzano Leng rescinded the emergency mandate amid lower cases of...

Bobcat Weekend returns to campus

Vanessa Blasi, Executive Producer: Newscast November 1, 2021

After one year without Quinnipiac University families allowed on campus, Bobcat Weekend returned this past weekend for students, families and alumni to participate in a weekend full of activities. This...

Community members gather to help save the Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

Hannah Mirsky and Hephzibah Rajan October 31, 2021

The community gathered at the Ireland's Great Hunger Museum on Sunday, Oct. 30 to oppose Quinnipiac University’s decision to shut down the museum due to insufficient fundraising and low attendance. President...

Safety measures on and off campus increase for Halloween weekend

Samantha Perelli, Associate Producer October 30, 2021

While students are getting comfortable and have started going out more because COVID-19 guidelines have decreased, students and faculty are concerned for Halloween weekend. According to Quinnipiac’s...

Quinnipiac’s on-campus pub ‘On the Rocks’ acquires liquor license

Katie Coen, Associate Producer: Newscast October 29, 2021

Quinnipiac University’s On the Rocks Pub and Grill has reopened and now has its liquor license to serve alcohol. It originally opened in February of 2020 but was forced to close due to the pandemic....

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