UConn Voices

LaShawnda Phillips '20 (RHSA), '22 (CAHNR) riding Handsome in the West Meadow of Keney Park, Hartford.

UConn Magazine: So Handsome

When LaShawnda Phillips (RHSA ’20, CAHNR ’22) first moved to her neighborhood in Hartford at age 13, she set out to do some exploring. She found horses.

An exterior building shot of the UConn Hartford building.

Conference on Anti-Racism to be Held at UConn Hartford

A chance to amplify UConn's role as a key part of intellectual and community life in the capital city

Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones Discusses Race and US History at UConn Event

The Pulitzer Prize winner addressed racism, The 1619 Project, and what it means to be patriotic in the United States

UConn Magazine: Micaela Levesque

Micaela Levesque ’17 (CLAS) has known that art was her calling since middle school.

UConn School of Law Professor Emeritus John Brittain (contributed photo).

One Foot in the Classroom, One Foot in the Courtroom

March 31 event will honor role of UConn Law's John Brittain in historic Sheff v. O'Neill case

Photo of Reaj Uddin in a UConn pullover

Coding, Creating, and Changing the World

How the Stamford Startup Studio and the Werth Institute helped one student discover the innovator within

UConn-Trained Future Doctors Meet Their Match

This is the day UConn School of Medicine students find out where their journey will take them next

Views of campus with foggy weather. (Tom Rettig/UConn Photo)

The ‘Front Door’ to the University, New Outreach and Engagement Initiatives Launch with Ambitious Goals

'When we combine community with the University and reach out in ways that meaningfully engage them, that’s where authentic relationships are created'

polka tattoo style artwork that depicts Marvi Sirmed being censored

UConn and Scholars at Risk: A Life-Saving Partnership, A Transformative Educational Experience

A journalist and activist, Marvi Sirmed faces threats of violence in her home country of Pakistan, but has found safety and academic freedom through UConn’s unique and longstanding partnership with the Scholars at Risk Network

Young Building in the snow

CAHNR Celebrates Students, Donors at Annual Scholars Night Event

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources celebrated student scholars and the donors who supported their studies at an annual event