Richard Veilleux

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Fiske Guide Praises UConn

The guide notes that students 'will be hard-pressed to find a more dynamic public institution.'

Plan Targets Carbon-Neutral Storrs Campus by 2050

UConn's Climate Action Plan outlines more than 200 strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Golf Tournament Benefit Set for June 4

The Students First Fund Golf Tournament will benefit students who experience unanticipated hardship.

HuskyMail to be Replaced

In response to feedback, UITS plans to upgrade the student e-mail with a third-party system.

Commencement Plans Announced

More than 7,000 students will graduate from UConn in a series of ceremonies May 8 through May 23.

The Political Potential of Community Organizing

A social work professor studies grassroots groups that help people learn to fight for their rights.

Streaming Video a New Library Resource

Since Babbidge Library's streaming video service began just over a year ago, it has expanded rapidly to include documentaries, plays, feature films, and interviews from the Litchfield County Writers Project.

Board of Trustees Increases Tuition by 5.66 Percent

The tuition increase approved by the Board of Trustees is lower than officials initially proposed.

New Website Offers Resources for Respectful Workplace

The site offers employees information about where to go for help if they encounter uncivil behavior.

Promoting Healthy Aging

Professor Karen Bullock heads a group of interns offering health education to seniors in Hartford.