A coffee a day keeps the college student awake, and Off-Campus Student Services are offering free cups of coffee for commuters to keep them awake every Wednesday morning.
On Monday November 5, the UConn Health and Prevention Services held the final seminar of the newly introduced Sexuality Series.
Members of UConnPIRG organized a BallotReady Block Party to get UConn students excited to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
In the early afternoon of Friday, October 19, the leadership of UConn Revolution Against Rape (RAR) began to set up on Fairfield Way for the annual March to End Victim Blaming.
Hosted by the Health Education Office in Wilson Hall, pet therapy is held every other Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. and every other Tuesday from 2-5 p.m. Students can sit in soft, fuzzy chairs or on the floor and pet the dogs for as long as they want.
Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad is a professor of psychology and neuroscience who speaks to the imminent danger loneliness poses for adults across the country. She shared her insight with the University of Connecticut community on Thursday, October 11 in the Dodd Research Center.
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.
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.