Q30 Newscast: Recreation and Wellness Center Opening, Active Shooter Training and Ways to Give Back

On this week’s Newscast, Tim Malone and Keith Savage are on the main desk and have all the updates. Katie Coen kicks the show off with a preview of what facilities are available for use in the new Recreation and Wellness Center beginning this month. The anchors share updates on where future Wellness Wednesdays will be held and recap events held on campus this week about positive intelligence and the spectrum of biological sex. Tim has information on a university-wide survey about food insecurity and Keith shares news on the School of Nursing dean who will be stepping down at the end of this year. Vanessa Blasi has the story on an active shooter training held on the North Haven campus. The anchors preview a hip-hop play reading held at the university as well as the upcoming spring musical, and two holiday events offered on campus including the annual holiday dinner.

Sam Perelli has all the information on activities being held here at Quinnipiac to give back to the local community for the holiday season, and Tim and Keith share updates on a residential hall donation challenge for parents on Giving Tuesday. Grace Doyle joins the show to provide a political news update including President Biden’s actions to prevent a railroad strike, the death of Virginia senator Donald McEachin and the bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriage.

Joe Monte has this week’s weather forecast and temperatures around the state. Tim and Keith have updates on a microbusiness student pop-up shop as well as registration for the upcoming holiday pop-up shop. Averial Evans is in the studio for this week’s update on national news, and has the stories on the five Connecticut police officers arrested this week, the survivor of the Virginia Walmart shooting and Mauna Loa’s eruption. Gage Kilborne also joins us for updates on Quinnipiac athletics, including volleyball, men’s soccer and men’s ice hockey. To close the show, Olivia Kettell spoke with students at the annual quad lighting ceremony.