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Two Social Work Alums Hired to Head Up University Mental Health Efforts

New hires bring decades of experience to carry out UConn's mental health support plans.

Alumna: Happiness Isn’t as Elusive as it May Seem

Documentary film finds happiness is a choice

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UConn Graduate Is Part of the Chicago Political Scene

From Storrs to the Windy City, Samantha Nugent '98 (CLAS) is making a name for herself in the world of politics.

Wolff Family Philanthropy Champions UConn Entrepreneurs with ‘Unstoppable Ambition’

Building a lasting legacy through the work of UConn entrepreneurs.

UConn Law Professor Lewis Kurlantzick, left, with Deborah Silberstein and Fred Cantor, both 1978 graduates of the law school, in California in 2018. Cantor's new book describes the lifelong New York Knicks obsession that he shares with Kurlantzick.

United by UConn School of Law – and the Knicks

UConn Law alum Fred Cantor '78 used his pandemic-enforced down time to pen a book detailing his love for the New York Knicks.

UConn graduate Dean Mahoney, founder of the 'Merican Mule cocktail company, posing with a pool cue.

Alum Who Created ‘Merican Mule Cocktail Company Has Plenty to Celebrate

Dean Mahoney '09 (BUS) is in high spirits, as the cocktail company he founded in South Norwalk continues to grow.

A portrait photograph of Sarah Sandford Broderick.

The Executive Is In – at The Werth Institute

After achieving success in corporate America, Sarah Sandford Broderick is back on her Husky home turf as the Werth Institute's first Executive-in-Residence.

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UConn Magazine: Playing Through

Among the many ways that parents are finding to entertain and educate their children at home during this strange time is one that’s been around for almost 100 years, what those who work at Lego simply call “the brick.”

Lauren Stowell '06 holds one of her five Emmy awards on the red carpet at the awards ceremony.

UConn Graduate Tells Inspiring Stories Through Eyes Of ESPN

The first time Lauren Stowell ’06 (CLAS) walked into a television production truck, she knew this was how she wanted to make a living.

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UConn Magazine: In the Driver’s Seat

What’s keeping us out of self-driving cars? Hint: The answer has nothing to do with technology.