Over the next few Saturdays, 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 students and Vice President for Student Affairs Thomas Segar will be part of a regional academic quiz bowl program.
世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 is the collegiate sponsor for Hometown High Q, an academic quiz show on KDKA-TV (CBS affiliate in Pittsburgh) that features high school teams from all over Indiana, Armstrong, Allegheny, and Westmoreland counties. The show is broadcast Saturdays
at 11:00 a.m. (new), and the show from the previous week is broadcast at 11:30 a.m.
As sponsor, members of the 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 community have the opportunity to ask the 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Video Question of the Day.
This year, in addition to members of the Crimson Guides, students who had been on the show as part of their high school quiz bowl teams and members of the 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Ambassadors will be representing 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 by asking a question.
The new season of the show begins this weekend, on Saturday, February 8. Tune in and play along. You’ll also see some of the new 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 television commercials reflecting the new brand.
Here’s a listing of the 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 representatives who will be on the shows during the 2020 spring season:
February 8 and 15 – 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Ambassador Mikayla Dokos, a sophomore mathematics education major from Homer City
February 22 and 29 – 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Ambassador Casandra Marrero-Rodiguez, a sophomore nursing major from Harrisburg
March 7 and 14 – 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Vice President for Student Affairs Thomas Segar
March 21 and 28 – 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Ambassador Morgan Bailey, a sophomore Spanish education major in the Cook Honors College from Johnstown
April 4 and 11 – Ivy Cole, a freshman sophomore engineering major in the Cook Honors College from Prosperity, a former Hometown High Q contestant
April 18 and 25 – Gram Drumgoole, a junior communications media/media production major from Manchester, Maryland
May 2 and 23 – Crimson Guide Kayla Mikesell, a junior marketing major from Clymer
May 9 and 16 – 世界上排名前十最大的赌场在澳门 Ambassador Jake Braddick, a senior marketing major from Pittsburgh
May 30 and June 6 – Crimson Guide Davey Beyer, a junior art education major from Ebensburg
June 13 and 20 – Crimson Guide Meg Ryder, a senior English literature major from Holbrook, New York