Q30 Newscast: Two Students Arrested, Ramadan Dining Initiative and Hamden Schools Start Times

Andrew Reynolds and Julia Barcello host this edition of the Q30 Newscast. Katie Coen begins the show with breaking news regarding two Quinnipiac students who were arrested this week. Tim Malone spoke with students about QU Dining’s new initiative in partnership with the Student Government Association and Muslim Student Association to serve halal meals as the month of Ramadan begins. The anchors share new courses available for the fall semester including 1-credit courses and a Physics of Music course. Keenan Mills has the story of the changes being made to school start times across Hamden.

Beckett Calkins has updates on recent political news including developments in former President Donald Trump’s possible indictment. Griffin Kass is in the studio with the upcoming seven-day forecast and temperatures around the state. Joe Monte attended a campus event featuring a local entrepreneur to close out Women’s History Month. Clever Streich shares national news from this week including the recent school shooting in Nashville.

Ben Kane has more on a Quinnipiac marketing campaign that can be seen in Yankee Stadium. Brianna Trachtenberg has the latest on all things QU athletics including men’s ice hockey’s recent win in the NCAA regional championship over Ohio State as they head to the Frozen Four.