In an archival photo, Black students are taken from the old Wilbur Cross Library by Connecticut State Police.

‘Please Respond Personally’ Exhibit Remembers 1974 Black Student Protests at UConn

More than 200 students were arrested in April 1974 as part of a campaign to demand representation and resources for students of color

American Girl company logo on large burgundy tiles

In New Book, History Ph.D.s Explore ‘Why We Can’t Quit American Girl’

Mary Mahoney and Allison Horrocks talk the enduring significance of American Girl -- and why Molly would get kicked out of UConn

Prince and Patrick posing in the studio.

UConn Magazine: Prince Marvin

Alum Marvin Prince gives color commentary on his role as a producer and Danette on top sports broadcast “The Dan Patrick Show”

UConn entrepreneur Jasdeep Singh holds the giant check that signifies his victory at a business pitch competition held at the SXSW conference.

UConn Entrepreneur Wins Pitch Competition at 15th Annual SXSW

With the highest caliber of applicants in the festival’s history, STMPatch Wins Food, Nutrition, Health Category

Curtis Tearte stands in the entrance to the UConn Law Library

UConn Law Graduate Taps His Retirement Fund to Boost Scholarship

Curtis Tearte ’78 and his wife Jylla are excited about providing scholarships for academic credit, global study programs, and unique immersion experiences for students.

Jasmin Williams and Abigail Boursiquot reading their Match Day letters together.

Match Day Thrills at UConn School of Medicine

100 Percent Match for UConn School of Medicine Students on National Match Day

Neag School Alumni Award recipients gather in front of a blue UConn banner.

Eight Neag School Alumni Honored at 26th Annual Awards Celebration

The Student Union Ballroom at UConn Storrs was filled on Saturday, March 9, with Neag School of Education Alumni Board members, faculty, staff, administrators, friends, and guests

Gamoran says he’s met lots of fun people in the green room including Tom Hanks, but his favorite “has to be Peggy from ‘Mad Men’ [Elisabeth Moss]. I had a little crush on her. My wife said, laughing, ‘Were you flirting with her?’”

UConn Magazine: “It’s Not About the Food”

Chef Joel Gamoran ’07 counts down his top 10 TV cooking appearances — from preparing ice cream sandwiches for Elmo to making fried chicken for Katie Couric

EWB in Peru

UConn Engineers Without Borders Use Skillsets to Help Communities Find Longterm Solutions to Worldwide Problems

On March 24, UConn Engineers Without Borders will host the 2024 Northeast Regional Conference, offering poster and technical sessions, professional development, and hands-on trainings

Ruthann Pritchard with daughter Samantha Calzone

A Daughter’s Legacy Helps Students Pursue Their Dreams

The Samantha Calzone Scholarship is awarded annually to support the education of students who, like Samantha, are animal science majors and members of the Equestrian Team