The UConn Office of Veterans Affairs and Military Programs has initiated its 5th Annual Care Package Drive and will be collecting food, clothing, and other items until December 8th.
Over 100 University of Connecticut students and faculty marched Friday to protest the event ‘It’s Okay to Be White’ hosted by UConn’s College Republicans and to state their list of demands for the university.
University of Connecticut Police arrested the White House correspondent from a conservative website after he grabbed a woman who took his speech papers from his podium during a guest lecture Tuesday night, officials say.
Souls of Zion began as an idea of individuals coming together to express thoughts and ideas through song. The band, comprised of a lead singer, one to two guitarists, two drummers, and occasional back-up singers, is now the sound behind the album Mental Revolution with a message for all who listen.
By Conor Merchant Undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Connecticut celebrated the Hindu festival Tarang Diwali last week, drawing in more than one thousand spectators and performers. Peop...
Red, white and blue pride filled an entire room Friday morning as more than 100 people of all ages paid tribute to the United States' military during the annual Veterans Day ceremony at the University of Connecticut.
By Jailynn Vidro STORRS – The sound of beating drums filled the University of Connecticut's Rome Ballroom as hundreds of guests poured into a room covered with flags from countries all over the globe Thurs...
With the local elections taking place this past Tuesday in Storrs-Mansfield, the expectation for some was that students would get more involved in the voting process. After all, the undergraduate population makes up a large portion of Mansfield.
UConn Jazz Studies professor Earl MacDonald leads a free live Jazz performance every Tuesday beginning at 7 p.m. at the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry Theatre, adjacent to Barnes and Noble in Storrs Center.