Angelina Reyes


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Noah Sobel-Pressman ’21 (BUS) was immersed in the startup world this summer through an internship at Stanley Black & Decker.

Glimpse An Internship

Noah Sobel-Pressman ’21 (BUS) recently completed an internship at Stanley Black & Decker, an opportunity which he identified during the School of Business' 'Career Tuesdays.'

Herald pipers announce the arrival of the faculty during the College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources commencement ceremony at Gampel Pavilion on May 11, 2019. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

The Sights and Sounds of Commencement

This weekend we welcomed the Class of 2019 into the UConn alumni family. Congratulations graduates, you'll be Huskies forever.

(Angelina Reyes/UConn Photo)

Thank You, Mom

Commencement Weekend once again coincides with Mother’s Day this year. In this video, UConn seniors share what their moms means to them.

Steven Koripsky '21 (BUS) talks about how becoming a fraternity member has provided him opportunities to give back to the community.

First Things First: Why I Joined a Fraternity

Steven Koripsky '21 (BUS) talks about how becoming a fraternity member has provided him opportunities to give back to the community.

Anthonia Wray '19 (CAHNR). (Angelina Reyes/UConn Photo)

First Things First: Why I Study Nutritional Sciences

As part of a video series, Anthonia Wray '19 (CAHNR) shares what inspired her to declare her current major.

Caesar Valentin '20 (CLAS).

First Things First: Why I Study Philosophy

As part of a video series, Caesar Valentin '20 (CLAS) shares what inspired him to declare his current major.

Charles Hernandez '20 (CLAS).

First Things First: Why I Study Psychology

As part of a new video series, Charles Hernandez '20 (CLAS) shares what first shaped and inspired him to declare his current major.

Brianna McClure '19 (CLAS).

First Things First: Why I Study Political Science

In a new video series, UConn students share what first shaped and inspired them to declare their current major.

A three-year-old horseshoe crab in the lab at UConn's Institute for Systems Genomics. (Angelina Reyes/UConn Photo)

Horseshoe Crabs: How Did They Get an Exception?

How they've managed to stay the same is a great mystery. Now, researchers at UConn are assembling a detailed map of the horseshoe crab’s DNA, to learn why these 'living fossils' seem frozen in time.

Tradition and innovation come together every day at UConn, so it's only fitting that our holiday spirit is marked by a distinctively Husky take on a familiar classic. (Angelina Reyes/UConn Photo)

Sing We Joyous, All Together

Tradition and innovation come together every day at UConn, so it's only fitting that our holiday spirit is marked by a distinctively Husky take on a familiar classic. Watch as our students put a UConn spin on the season.