Starr Hall at the UConn School of Law campus

UConn Law Alumna Gives to Asylum Clinic That Forged Her Career Path

Lauren Kostes '15 JD, now an attorney specializing in immigration law in Arizona, reflects on how a UConn School of Law clinic helped her choose her path in life.

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UConn Receives $1M Gift and Match Challenge for Human Rights Institute 

UConn's Human Rights Institute has launched a $1M gift and match challenge, thanks to the generosity of two longtime donors.

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UConn Magazine: Stressed? Be Stoic

Can the teachings of ancient Stoic philosophers like Epictetus can help us temper our response to the everyday tensions of life?

Where’s the Beef?

UConn alum oversees Burger King's roll out of the meatless patty.

Then and Now: Meet the Keets

These four sisters from Waterbury were UConn undergrads in 1969

At Hartford Jazzfest this summer left to right: Jeremy Baouche ’19 (ENG), Aaron Eaddy ’14 (ENG), Singngam, Walters, Marsters, and McNeill.

Midtown Funk — Funky Dawgz Brass Band

From a European tour to Madison Square Garden, the Funky Dawgz Brass Band is on a serious roll.

Jessica Kelly ’08 (CLAS)

Jess Kelly Wants Women to Run

As the centennnial of the 19th Amendment approaches, Jessica Kelly '08 (CLAS) is chief of staff at Running Start, a Washington, D.C. nonprofit that trains young women to run for public office.

Sibongile Magubane ’76 (CLAS)

Pedal to the Metal: New DMV Leader Accelerating the Process

Bongi Magubane ’76 is determined to fix the Connecticut DMV.

Historical image of North Campus.

The Legends of North Campus

For decades at UConn, if you asked directions to the North Campus dormitories, you would most likely be met with a puzzled expression.

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300,000 Ways to Do Time with a Federal Crime

Mike Chase '11 JD details on Twitter and a new book some of the more ridiculous ways to run afoul of the law.