Students in the Money and Social Change course donated $10,000 to Connecticut community causes.
Emeritus Professor of the University’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Department Jelle Zeilinga de Boer was awarded the 2015 Joe Webb Peoples Award.
As part of Latin American Affirmation Month, a panel held on Thursday, Nov. 19, discusses being Latinx at the University.
Birth control pills, whether for birth control or for menstrual issues, come with baggage.
Linda Sarsour hosted a discussion “Reclaiming Arab Identities and Intersectionality in Activism” on Thursday, Nov. 11.
From backstage drama to parental attendance at not-so-wholesome performances, being involved in student theater productions is more complex than it might seem.
Students resurrected the Zymurgy Collective, which has fermented into a thriving organization.
Drew Krinitsky ’17 encouraged students to sign his petition to repeal the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 by holding an event in Usdan Friday, Oct. 30.
The University of Michigan’s David Halperin came to the University to offer some insight into the world of gay bathhouses, tying in Adele and Aristotle along the way.
Student EMTs gain hands-on experience handling emergency situations in Connecticut and beyond.
Susan Allison ’85, Middletown resident and founder of the Buttonwood Tree, was recently named Middletown’s first-ever Poet Laureate.
The University’s InterGreek Council Hosted its first-ever Harvest Festival during Saturday’s football game.
Most dorms have co-ed floors. In the select few single-gender halls, a sense of community has formed.
University of Connecticut’s (UConn) Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Robert Bagchi spoke about drivers and consequences of plant diversity in a changing world
Increasingly, women are setting down their razors in protest of social norms and the cost of shaving cream. Women here at the University are no exception.
The Combat Paper Project came to the University for this past weekend, from Friday, Sept. 25 to Monday, Sept. 28.
The University hosted a panel titled “Refugee or Migrant? The European Crisis in Historical Perspective” on Thurs. Sept. 17.