The I-84 musings of famed sportswriter Leigh Montville ’65 (CLAS).
Micaela Levesque ’17 (CLAS) has known that art was her calling since middle school.
Jason Jakubowski ’99 (CLAS), ’01 MPA enlisted Husky help to get food to Connecticut families during the worst of the pandemic.
UConn Health EMS coordinator Peter Canning published his latest book, on the opioid crisis, while battling the Covid pandemic.
Among the documentaries this alum has made for ESPN is the recent fan favorite, “Tiger Woods, America’s Son.”
“Every single light bulb in my heart and soul went off,” says Lara Herscovitch ’95 MSW. “It wasn’t even a choice. I knew I had to do this.”
Farmers and gardeners bring, mail, and post samples of their sick plants to Beissinger who often drills down to a cellular level to make a diagnosis.
Bill Potvin ’69 (CAHNR), ’75 MS is the flavorist and more at Hosmer Mountain Soda.
From a European tour to Madison Square Garden, the Funky Dawgz Brass Band is on a serious roll.
Winning UConn QB Casey Cochran ’15 (CLAS) ’17 MS left the game after suffering his thirteenth concussion.
“It’s become Forrest Gumpish, because you can find me if you follow social media, so people come and join.” says Sen. Chris Murphy ’01 JD of his summer walks across Connecticut.
If the subway’s not on track, it’s a UConn alum who posts about it
On the CNN set with Emmy winner and alum Dan Rousseau
A chat with the medal-winning dual Olympian
When a stranger approached Steve Emt and said, “I could make you into a Paralympic curler in one year,” Emt says he had two questions for the guy: What’s a curler? And where do I sign up?
We talk with the “Saturday Night Live” vet who’s one of UConn’s most famous alums.
For this alum, scrappiness is a state of mind. He can turn everyday garbage into gourmet meals.
From head coach of the women’s ice hockey club team to senior vice president for strategic partnership at the Howard Hughes Corporation, find out what the future holds for this alum.