Listening to music from her youth — Spice Girls, anyone? — transports Maldonado to the headspace of her semi-autobiographical, young adult heroines.
Watch your mailbox. We were so excited to celebrate our 5th men’s basketball national championship win that we created 5 commemorative covers and randomly distributed them to our readers. Want them all?
In honor of Valentine’s Day, a roundup of recent UConn weddings.
Bonds formed on campus are hard to break. These UConn friendships withstand the test of time.
Find out why Luke Adams ’20 (CLAS) is standing barefoot atop this glacier in Greenland — and where he went from there.
Beverly Weurding’s popular wheelchair dance program now includes Bollywood and hip-hop.
A sociology graduate, Larkin-Wells honed her abilities as a breadmaker through UConn’s Sustainable Community Food Systems minor — a unique and intensive interdisciplinary program that combines theory and practice through service learning and hands-on experience with community partners.
A new pane of USPS stamps features photos of pre-industrial farm breeds by Aliza Eliazarov.
Husky, coach, paralympian — and now author.
Breno Donatti ’14 (BGS) found a way to feed his neighbors and boost his restaurant business.
Elizabeth Ellenwood ’20 MFA, a recent Fulbright recipient, turns beachcombing into advocate art.
Mark Milewski ’96 MA has summited the highest mountain on each continent.
“Curiosity is key” is the motto that took Ben Curtis ’06 (CLAS) from interning with the New York Yankees his senior year to celebrating at the Oscars.
Test your UConn Alumni Knowledge
The popular UConn Science Salon series traded cocktails and conversation for kid-focused experimentation at its first Science Salon Junior.
In 1946, students and alums spent Alumni Day much like we do today, during Huskies Forever Weekend.
UConn alumni lent a helping hand to their local communities during a month-long community service project in April called UConn Cares.