Newscast: 04/06/2022

This week, Ross Meglin and Eric Kerr join newscast on the desk for the last time. Carly Mac Manus discusses the latest developments on Quinnipiac’s partnership with Hartford Healthcare and what it means for Quinnipiac students.  The anchors talk about the newly appointed dean for the School of Engineering and Computing, a dialogue about the book titled Blacks and Jews in America sponsored by the Herald House for Jewish Life and the Department of Cultural and Global Engagement and the ongoing greek week activities. Hephzibah Rajan gives an update and an inside look of the ongoing construction at the recreation and wellness center. Katie Coen spoke to members of the American Sign Language club to learn more about a partnership that helped them teach ASL to Quinnipiac students.

After the first break, Tim Malone has everything you need to know about Quinnipiac’s graphic arts showcase that was held on April 4. Kaylyn Terry joins with updates from Capitol Hill about Ketanji Brown Jackson’s progress to the Supreme Court and more. Later, Ross talks about the evacuation at Hamden High School due to a bomb threat. Ben Yeargin is in the studio to talk about Steven Zajonc’s indictment, a police arrest in connection to a mass shooting in downtown Sacramento and two Harvard students who are trying to help Ukrainian refugees find housing around the world.

Joey O’Donoghue talks about the latest acrobat and tumbling meet and other sports after the last break of the night. In an attempt to diversify hockey, Quinnipiac students started ‘Hockey Haven’ for young kids of different ethnicities. Olivia Kettell spoke to the president of the program to learn more about it.