Lisa Stiepock


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Karen Munson '86 (CLAS) stands at the counter at Munson's Chocolates in Bolton. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Valentine’s Day: Chocolatier Speaks from the Heart

'The heart box will always rule the holiday,' says UConn alumna Karen Munson '86 (CLAS).

With just a few days left in 2016, a selection of faculty, staff, students, and alumni share hopes for next year.

UConn Nation Hopeful for the Coming Year

With just a few days left in 2016, a selection of faculty, staff, students, and alumni share hopes for next year.

Jeffrey Ogbar, professor of history, stands near graffiti art at the Heaven Skatepark in Hartford on July 12, 2016. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Coveted Class: Hip-Hop, Politics, and Youth Culture in America

Hip-hop reflects on our society 'fearlessly and unapologetically,' says Professor Jeffrey Ogbar.

Jackie Burns ’02 (SFA) got her first big break as Elphaba in “Wicked” on Broadway (she says she’s still finding traces of that green makeup!). Last fall she was on Broadway again, as Menzel’s standby in “If/Then.” That gig turned into a star role in the touring production. (Photo: Joan Marcus)

Checking in with Alumna Jackie Burns, Star of ‘If/Then’

Jackie Burns ’02 (SFA) got her first big break as Elphaba in 'Wicked' on Broadway. Last fall she was on Broadway again, as Menzel’s standby in 'If/Then.' Now she has a star role in the touring production.

'Getting to the Red Planet is a lot more than just rocket science. Management professor John Mathieu ’80 (CLAS) is working with NASA on the human mechanics.' (Illustration by Daniel Fishel for UConn)

Mission to Mars

Getting to the Red Planet is a lot more than just rocket science. Management professor John Mathieu ’80 (CLAS) is working with NASA on the human mechanics.

An English class taught at Avery Point by associate professor Pamela Bedore analyzes the enduring popularity of the fictional detective. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Coveted Class: Sherlock Holmes and Comparative Media

Students in Professor Pam Bedore's English class at Avery Point explore the enduring popularity of the fictional detective.