Bret Eckhardt


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Reducing your greenhouse gas emissions can be as easy as changing the types of food you buy and eat, according to a recent study led by UConn researchers. (Bret Eckhardt/UConn Photo)

Climate Change: It (Doesn’t Have to Be) What’s for Dinner

Reducing your greenhouse gas emissions can be as easy as changing the types of food you buy and eat, according to a recent study led by UConn researchers.

UConn students reveal what they are wearing to stay warm on campus this winter. (Eric Yang '21 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

Unwrapping UConn Wear

UConn students reveal what they are wearing to stay warm on campus this winter.

A drone view of Homer Babbidge Library and the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center. (Eric Yang '12 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

The View from Above

Leaf peeping on campus – a sign of the season. Another sign? Daylight Saving Time officially ends Sunday, Nov. 4.

A group of students, faculty and staff take off for a ride in a Sikorsky S-76 helicopter from the Student Union Mall as part of Lockheed Martin Day on Sept. 27, 2018. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Helicopter Ride Gives Students a New View of Campus

A select group of students took a ride in a helicopter over Storrs as part of Lockheed Martin Day, Sept. 27.

The UConn Film Club provides a place for students to learn about the filmmaking process and work on their own original productions.

Lights, Camera, Action: UConn’s Film Club

The UConn Film Club provides a place for students to learn about the filmmaking process and work on their own original productions.

The Class of 2022 on the Great Lawn on Aug. 25, 2018. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Freshmen Formation

About 3,764 first-year students gathered on the Great Lawn for their first class photo. Classes started Aug. 27.

Kira Robertson and Angela Valentin Ares move into Shakespeare Residence Hall in West Campus.

Dorm Room Done

Watch these roommates decorate their new digs. UConn juniors Kira Robertson and Angela Valentin Ares move into Shakespeare Residence Hall.

With proposed new food labeling guidelines under public discussion, UConn's John Bovay clarifies what the term genetically modified organism really means. (John Bailey/UConn Illustration)

What Are GMOs? A Primer for FDA and USDA Labeling

With proposed new food labeling guidelines under public discussion, UConn's John Bovay clarifies what the term genetically modified organism really means.

CLAS Commencement in 360 on May 6, 2018. (Bret Eckhardt/UConn Photo)

CLAS Commencement in 360° Virtual Reality

'Thank you to UConn, for loving us, pushing us, and turning us into the people we are today,' said Jill Durso '18 (CLAS), the student speaker at the CLAS Commencement ceremony on May 6.

Crystal R. Emery, Commencement speaker for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Commencement ceremony at Gampel Pavilion on May 6, 2018. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Crystal Emery ’85 (SFA) an Inspiration to CLAS Graduates

Speaking from a wheelchair, Commencement speaker Crystal Emery (SFA) invited graduates of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to 'use me as an example of how you can move forward in life.'