PURSA (Puerto Rican Student Association) and METAS (Mentoring, Educating, and Training for Academic Success) hosted Fiestas De La Calle San Sebastian Thursday, January 25th in the Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center program room.
The William Benton Museum of Art opened its doors this semester with a reception on Thursday, Jan. 25 featuring two new exhibitions celebrating University of Connecticut artwork and the artwork of a Puerto Rican artist.
In an alternative event to the anticipated speech of Ben Shapiro hosted by the University of Connecticut College Democrats Wednesday night, Nathan J. Robinson called for an honest conversation rather than a suppression of conservative views after describing Shapiro’s work as “riddled with inconsistency and intellectual dishonesty.”
The University of Connecticut College Republicans have invited Ben Shapiro, a conservative political commentator, to speak on Jan. 24 in the Rome Ballroom just a few months after the club’s last guest, Lucian Wintrich, was involved in an altercation on campus.
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.
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.
The University of Connecticut's Storrs Center has been home to more than 50 different cafés, restaurants, and stores since it opened in September 2013. However, the center has never had a crêpe-only restaurant. Until now.