The 16 alums on our cover know the meaning of true love — and friendship.
As he looks ahead to retirement, UConn Magazine’s former editor Ken Best looks back on some memorable stories and interviews.
“To me, American Girl dolls have always been about the historical backstory, not just the doll.”
Dee Rowe “helped people do the right things in life.”
He helps them improve their interviewing, reporting, writing, and photography skills. In turn, says professor Scott Wallace, his students remind him how much the profession of journalism matters.
When we started working on this issue, magazine production was business as usual, and the world felt somewhat normal. Of course, it wasn’t.
Too many stories, too few pages.
Cover Artist Blanche Serban is painting 365 days of Horsebarn Hill.
Elsa Nocton has not quite hit teenagerdom and yet she has headlined the Hard Rock Café in New York City and is a member of the UConn Women’s Volleyball Team.
The same day the remarkable Dr. Anthony Alessi checked out MMA fighters at Mohegan Sun began with him seeing patients at UConn Health in Storrs Center, including my mom
Making connections through the new UConn 360 podcast
The road to the UConn Dairy Bar is the perfect place for a tribute to Jerry Yang and Amy, the first cloned farm animal in the U.S.
Peter Morenus is the magazine’s photographer. But that job title doesn’t even begin to cover his secret-weapon status here. He seems to know everyone on campus, and can tell us exactly where anything is and what it will look like before we get there.
Confession: I enjoy watching many sports and playing far fewer, but I must admit to some unattractive internal smirking whenever members of my cheering section start high-fiving and chest-bumping and yelling, “We did it!”