Matt Smith '92 manages what may be America's preeminent listening room.

UConn Magazine: Nightclub Confidential

'People walked out of here beaming'

An illustrated map of UConn by alumna Margaret Kimball.

UConn Magazine: And Now I Spill the UConn Secrets

A Private Map of UConn in the Mid-2000s

Stuart Brown has an encyclopedic knowledge of the Broadway stage.

UConn Magazine: Off Broadway

The recently retired director of student services at UConn Waterbury brings the stage to more than 40,000 listeners a month

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SFA Faculty Member Solomiya Ivakhiv Receives Global Recognition For Her Work

Ukraine lauds musician for her accomplishments in the performing arts

Photo of Pam Arciero and Oscar the Grouch along with Oscar's girlfriend

UConn Magazine: The Grouch’s Girlfriend

Meet Grundgetta, the Grouch’s forever girlfriend.

A Virginia mansion burned by the British during the Revolutionary War provides the setting of Professor James Coltrain's "Blackhaven."

DMD Professor’s ‘Blackhaven’ Game Lets Players Unravel Mysteries of the Past

A historically-themed video game that explores themes of contemporary relevance

A photograph from the exhibition showing a closeup of a smiling woman's face in black and white.

Benton Museum Provides Look at Joe Standart’s ‘Immigrant Eyes’ Project

An intimate insight into the lives of immigrants to Connecticut

A new exhibit at the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry demonstrates the medium's ability to address complex social issues.

Ballard Museum Exhibition Examines ‘Puppetry’s Racial Reckoning’

A new exhibit inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and national conversation about racism

A UConn student and a recent grad are developing a mobile app that will use music to help reduce stress

Clinton Global Initiative Selects Student Proposal to Develop Music Therapy App for Stress Management

'The Clinton Global Initiative encourages projects with a commitment to action and not just wishful thinking'

The UConn Foundation on October 8, 2020.

Professor Emeritus Gives Back to Students with Africana Studies Scholarship

The professor and playwright's bequest will help UConn students for years to come