The University of Connecticut Rainbow Center hosted Alok Vaid-Menon last Thursday to celebrate the annual LGBT+ awareness day. Vaid-Menon is an Indian-American poet and educator who uses performance art and humor to send a message.
PRLACC celebrated Hispanic heritage month by inviting host and executive producer of Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa, to speak at UConn.
Fog and rain did not stop students from holding a women’s rally on Fairfield way this past Tuesday to speak out in support of Christine Blasey Ford and against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The president of Revolution Against Rape talks about her involvement in the rally.
On Thursday, September 27, students protested the partnership between the Lockheed Martin company and the University of Connecticut due to a Lockheed Martin bomb that killed 40 children in Yemen in August, according to CNN.
Just days after Hurricane Florence struck the North Carolina coast, UConn Health hosted a community forum in Hartford to mark one year since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico.
Town residents and University of Connecticut students gathered for the 15th annual Celebate Mansfield Festival last Sunday, September 16 in Storrs where they enjoyed a parade, local organization tables and several forms of musical and theater entertainment.
Angela Kinsey, the actress best known for her role as Angela Martin on the NBC television series “The Office”, shared behind the scenes stories and more with a laughing audience when she visited the University of Connecticut last Thursday.
UConnPIRG leaders Walter Dodson and Emily O'Hara talk about the New Voters Project campaign with the upcoming mid-term elections in November. They also talk about their memories with the organization, other campaigns and what PIRG actually stands for.
University of Connecticut Hartford and Avery Point students are now living at Storrs thanks to a pilot program offered by the university to give them a residential experience at the main campus.
By Adam Hushin The UConn Involvement Fair, which takes place once a semester, took place yesterday, September 5, from 2-7 p.m. on Fairfield Way. Over 500 clubs and organizations set up posters, flyers, treat...