Q30 Newscast: Death Row Exoneree, Telescope on the Quad and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

On this week’s Newscast, Keith Savage and Andrew Reynolds are on the main desk to start the show. Katie Coen has the story on the first woman to be exonerated from death row and her efforts in advocacy today. Andrew shares information on a new criminal justice class that allows students to visit prison. From the desk, the anchors have updates on registration dates for Spring semester and added dates for campus flu shot clinics. Keith shares updates from this week’s Student Government Association town hall.

Tim Malone spoke with two physics professors about a new astronomy course coming in the spring and the telescope they set up on campus to garner student interest. Andrew has the details on an SGA senator who created a resource guide for first-year students and a management professor who was recently elected to the Southern New England chapter of the Project Management Institute.

Sam Perelli has the story on Breast Cancer Awareness Month and spoke with Quinnipiac professors about the importance. Keith has the details on a teach-in event hosted to educate students about LGBTQ history month. Vanessa Blasi shares political news updates including Tulsi Gabbard leaving the Democratic party and Joe Biden’s decision to run for re-election. Michael Hanley is in the studio for this upcoming week’s weather forecast and temperatures around Connecticut.

Keith shares the latest information on the Sandy Hook conspiracy case and the outcome for Alex Jones. Andrew has details on the students who were able to visit the Metropolitan Museum in New York City. Joe Monte is also in the studio to share news from around the country including rising gas prices and the reopening of Lady Liberty’s crown. Clever Streich has all the sports updates on ice hockey and field hockey. The anchors share details on a pumpkin-carving competition between students and representatives from Hartford Healthcare. To close the show, Olivia Kettell shares information on a new kind of tour that Quinnipiac began this fall.