The UConn edition of the popular “The College Tour” series from the producers of “Survivor” will air this summer.
Genetics — especially our own, and the secrets we can learn with it about our ancestors’ past and our medical future — have captivated the nation.
In August about 5,800 students moved into residence halls at Storrs and Stamford, to blithely juggle Covid-19 testing and quarantining along with online and in-person classes.
Andy Young ’80 (CLAS) remembers his pal Jeff Huot ’81 (BUS).
The Keets then and now.
If you build it, they will come. If you build it according to their specifications, they will come in droves.
For decades at UConn, if you asked directions to the North Campus dormitories, you would most likely be met with a puzzled expression.
Ringing in the 40th anniversary of Winter Weekend in February, the Student Union Board of Governors (SUBOG) hosted its beloved annual event — One Ton Sundae.
How to Francify your grilled cheese and onion soup
Photos and info on every one of the 650 student clubs and organizations at UConn. Just kidding — we highlight a dozen
Hearty, healthy, award-winning
Advice from New Grads
Get the recipe for this year-round student favorite
Students and local residents skate at UConn’s outdoor ice rink in the spring of 1976.
What those Swing Journals by Mirror Lake are all about — from professions of love to the eating habits of those ubiquitous ducks.
Why is everyone rubbing the nose of that bronze Husky?
The UConn Food Truck’s popular steak and egg burrito.
In 1946, students and alums spent Alumni Day much like we do today, during Huskies Forever Weekend.
On Campus #OneUConn At convocation, freshmen wore shirts with “#oneuconn” on the front and on the back this Nelson Mandela quote: No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can […]
Community members flooded Horsebarn Hill to watch the solar eclipse on August 21.
Ornithology professor Margaret Rubega told us “birds are everywhere.” Then she proved it.
Students celebrated the Hindu spring festival of Holi on Saturday, April 8.
One Year Out Jacquelyn Khadijah-Hajdu Almost a year after graduating, Jacquelyn Khadijah-Hajdu ’16 (ENG) found herself in Storrs for the annual spring semester Career Fair — except this time she was collecting resumés rather than handing hers out. She says she felt an unfamiliar sense of disconnect from the students approaching her table, despite having walked in […]
Daniel Bronki ’15 (NEAG) recruited Jonathan XIV to help with his marriage proposal to Holly Korona ’13
Alongside mac & cheese and chicken parm Rob Landolphi is dishing up vegan crab cakes and crepes to order.