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January 31, 2023
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.
UConn Magazine: The Right Man for the Job
If you want to be a leader, you need to think like one, says Greg Lewis ’91 (BUS), senior vice president and CFO of Honeywell.
UConn Magazine: Making Money
Wondering how to get started with stock-market investing? Motley Fool writer Brian Feroldi ’04 (BUS) has you covered.
UConn Magazine: Rescue Mission
Kinesiology alum Yuri Hosokawa ’16 (CAHNR) uses methods she learned at UConn to train the Japan Coast Guard.
UConn Magazine: Who Betrayed Anne Frank?
“I love the hunt,” says Rosemary Sullivan ’69 MA, a queen of compelling biography. Her latest tome tackles one of World War II’s most persistent and villainous mysteries.
UConn Magazine: Out of the Minds of Babes
Cute kids, brilliant scientists, and exciting trips bring joy for Amanda Yagan ’21 (CLAS) at the Advanced Baby Imaging Lab.
UConn Magazine: Father-Daughter Dance
Marc D’Amelio ’91 (CLAS) — who with daughters Charli and Dixie is a social media and reality TV star — talks parenting, TikTok, bleeding blue, and Beavis and Butthead.
UConn Magazine: Caribou and Coffee
How a chance discovery at a quirky coffee shop turned up one of Connecticut’s most significant archaeological sites.
UConn Magazine: Frank Figliuzzi’s FBI Story
Frank Figliuzzi ’87 JD, host of the podcast “The Bureau with Frank Figliuzzi,” MSNBC analyst, and author of “The FBI Way,” maintains a “fidelity, bravery, integrity” mission despite retirement.
UConn Magazine: Power, Privilege, and Public Education
Who is the “public” in “public education”? Future teachers in this class tease apart that question, using history and current events to examine the inequities in our educational systems and to posit real-world fixes.