Mildred Rosado, 46, cools off with Faith Marie, 5, granddaughter of her friend Ronald Heath, in the water of Hartford's Corning Fountain

UConn Magazine: So Hot

The work the Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation at UConn Avery Point is doing today promises to make our city summers less oppressive tomorrow

Janna Greenhalgh alongside her copilot mid-flight

UConn Magazine: Cloud Seeding

Janna Greenhalgh ’01 (CLAS) makes it rain … literally

David Mills directing the uconn marching band at rentschler field

UConn Magazine: I’m With the Band

Hundreds of UConn Marching Band alums converged on the fall 2022 Homecoming weekend to give David L. Mills, longtime director, a proper send-off

Olusekun (center) and fellow Celtics employees built and installed garden beds at the Winthrop Street Community Garden in Medford, Massachusetts.

UConn Magazine: Bleeding Blue … and Green

Alum Wura Olusekun’s job is to make Boston Celtics fans happy — win or lose

a student "holding" the moon in her palm

UConn Magazine: Lunacy

Is the UConn Moon Club a cult? Maybe? Kind of? Could be?

Lynn Bloom, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of English, in her office.

UConn Magazine: Eat Your Words

English Professor Emerita Lynn Z. Bloom goes deep on recipes and shares her own, for the best blueberry pie

Ph.D. student and pro cyclist Geno Villafano biking outside

UConn Magazine: Road Eats

When this Ph.D. student isn’t working in a genomics lab, he’s biking — and finding some truly wild things on the side of the road. (And, often, eating them!)

UConn journalism professor Amanda Crawford teaches her journalism law class in Oak Hall

UConn Magazine: Can Truth Triumph?

Can truth withstand incessant attacks from all sides? UConn Journalism Professor Amanda Crawford reflects on Sandy Hook, Alex Jones, and our culture of disinformation

Photo of Sidney Taffe and Alex Chang in Spain.

UConn Magazine: All Roads Lead Home

A storied Spanish hiking trail delivers a full-circle moment for ’90s alum Alex Chang and some lucky current students. “On the Camino, everyone writes their own story,” says Chang

Leo Lachut in the driver seat of a limo looking toward the back of the limo

UConn Magazine: Leo Can Handle It

From behind the wheel of a stretch, Leo Lachut ’89 (CLAS) has seen a lot of things. While abiding by the “limo code,” UConn’s director of Academic Support shares a few favorite stories.