It’s All Good!

The secret to happiness is revealed in the good works of these very good Huskies.

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Cardona Tapped as U.S. Education Secretary

Multiple Neag School degree holder Miguel Cardona is the second UConn alum to hold a Cabinet-level position in the White House.

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Bobbie Ann Mason — Then and Now

Mason ’72 Ph.D., ’02 H says she thought often about UConn while writing her latest novel, “Dear Ann.”

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Downhill From Here?

Co-captain and veep of UConn’s ski team Sydney Murner ’21 (ENG) talks slaloming in the Before Times and raising money for Connecticut Children’s Hospital now.

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The Key of Life

“I didn’t realize research could be going out and gathering people’s stories,” says singer Brianna Chance ’23 (SFA).

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Lauren Stowell ’06 (CLAS)

Among the documentaries this alum has made for ESPN is the recent fan favorite, “Tiger Woods, America’s Son.”

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Good People

Dee Rowe “helped people do the right things in life.”

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Murder and Mayhem

When it comes to leisure reading, James Kaufman prefers “entertainment over enlightenment.”

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The Test Drive

Vishal Patel ’21 (BUS, CLAS) sampled primary care as an EMT.

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Tom Penders ’67 (BUS)

The latest award for a Coach Penders is Hall of Fame level.

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In the Media

Our professors weigh in on the Capitol riots, vaccines, telescopes, football — real and fantasy, and more.

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Steve Emt

Husky, coach, paralympian — and now author.

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Is the American Dream for Everyone?

Malachi Bridges ’21 (CLAS) wants the dream of home ownership to be a lot more equitable.

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Educated

Timothy Barnett ’86 (CLAS) is helping the incarcerated get their college degrees.

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Friends for Life

Peggy and Carol Ann met at McMahon Hall in 1965 and shared triumphs and tribulations from that point on.

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Ready to Lead — And Serve

Caesar Valentin ’20 (CLAS) can say he opened for President Barack Obama.

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Monopoly Busters

Daniel Hanley ’12 (BUS), ’19 JD and Jackie Filson ’16 (CLAS) lead a growing anti-monopoly movement at the Open Markets Institute in D.C.

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Committed to Social Work

At age 97, Esther Pahl ’52 MSW is still very much making a difference.

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TKD for ASD

Taekwondo master Daniel Andrew Chasse ’85 (SFA) teaches classes designed for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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Spring 2021 Tom’s Trivia

See if you know as much as King of UConn Trivia Tom Breen ’00 (CLAS).

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Letters

Readers react to past issues.

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Spring 2021 Class Notes

Keep up with your classmates. Share your news with us!

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