The Brexit Vote: Should Britain Leave the EU?
History professor Christopher Clark discusses Britain's relationship with the EU in light of this week's referendum.
Not Just A Day at the Beach
'Beaches were once places where respectable people would never think of going.' A UConn historian traces how beaches evolved into popular summer playgrounds.
Summertime is Construction Time
Construction and maintenance at UConn's Storrs campus go into high gear during the summer months.
UConn Professor: Schools Face New Challenges as Enrollment Shrinks
Education policy expert Shaun Dougherty discusses the potential impact of declining high school enrollment on Connecticut school districts.
UConn Sophomore Wins Udall Scholarship
Nicholas Russo '18 (CLAS) won the prestigious national scholarship for his commitment to the environment.
Class of 2016: Our Time
Within the past four years, students have experienced many events on campus and in the world, even as they pursued their own endeavors. Here is a glimpse of that time.
UConn Takes Steps to Reduce Energy Costs
University officials will pursue a new contract that will stabilize natural gas transportation costs and reduce oil consumption.
Two UConn Students Named Goldwater Scholars
The Goldwater Scholarship is one of the most prestigious and competitive awards for students in the STEM fields.
UConn Hartford Joins Forces with Hartford Public Library
The new downtown campus will use space within the Library building for classrooms, a library collection, and study areas.
10 Young Scientists from UConn Earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowships are highly competitive and highly prestigious.