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‘Joyous Demonstrations’ Marked End of World War I
100 years ago, UConn celebrated the armistice that brought World War I to a close.
Opinion Polls a Snapshot, Not a Crystal Ball
As interest in the polls burgeons in the lead-up to the midterm elections, polling expert Jennifer Dineen points out that they measure public opinion at a particular moment in time, rather than predicting the future.
Before Homer Babbidge, There Was Wilbur Cross Library
For nearly 40 years until Babbidge Library opened, the Wilbur Cross Building was the academic heart of the University of Connecticut.
The All-American: Boxer’s Life Set Against Turbulent 20th Century
Journalism professor Mike Stanton discusses his new book, a biography of Rocky Marciano, with Tom Breen of the UConn 360 podcast.
School Shooting Victim Honored at Football Opener
The UConn Marching Band paid tribute to Alex Schachter, a Husky fan who played in his school marching band, by spelling out his name and performing his favorite song at halftime.
Test Your Storrs Savvy: 27 treasures and oddities for you to identify.
The Babbidge Decade: Transformation and Turbulence
Tom Breen of the UConn360 podcast discusses the legacy of Homer Babbidge, who presided over the University during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
UConn’s Fictional Student Body President
In a podcast interview, Barry Berman ’72 details how Bill X. Carlson, UConn’s most famous non-existent student, came to be.
UConnAlert: A User’s Guide
Public safety officials urge you to become familiar with the Alert website, and know ahead of time how to respond to an emergency if one occurs.
Tom’s Trivia Challenge
What is the only activity that has survived from UConn’s first Winter Weekend in 1979? See if you know as much as King of UConn Trivia Tom Breen ’00 (CLAS), the University's deputy spokesperson.