Urban Forestry and Arboriculture students don’t have to go far to put theory and science into practice.
Jonathan the Husky has been the face of UConn since 1935.
Everyone deserved an especially warm reception to UConn this year, so it wasn’t only first years who got the traditional Week of Welcome.
The new Husky Athletic Village and Rizza Performance Center.
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.
Avery Point’s Open Air by Night exhibits drew film and video submissions from artists not just in Connecticut, but around the world.
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.
Jonathan XIV has Homer Babbidge Library all to himself.
Did you miss spring on campus? Here’s a dose.
“The Arc” has a new home.
UConn is back in the Big East.
Inspired by the “LAX” sign at Los Angeles International Airport, UConn’s newest waypost sits along Route 195 in Storrs on the north end of campus.
Electrical engineering senior Davis Meissner took a ride in one of the two Sikorsky helicopters that landed on the Student Union Mall for Lockheed Martin Day
Seeing women’s hockey from a new perspective
Video captures the glow of fireflies above — and below — ground
The new Innovation Partnership Building brings together researchers, industry partners, and students for hi-tech R&D
Listen as the UConn Choirs tour Europe
A time-lapse video of the stars over Wilbur Cross
Why is everyone rubbing the nose of that bronze Husky?
See and hear our new Steinways and get a behind-the-scenes tour of the Steinway factory.
UConn’s most successful football coach is back on the UConn sideline.
The Class of 2021 is breaking records academically and physically.
Students celebrated the Hindu spring festival of Holi on Saturday, April 8.
At CRT, UConn’s dramatic arts students get the chance to act alongside professionals.