The moment he heard UConn President Thomas Katsouleas announce a new plan to give lower-income Connecticut students free tuition to UConn, Christopher Lafond ’87 (CLAS) knew he had to act.
Laurie Havanec was just 27 years old when she felt a lump in her neck. It turned out to be cancer and instantly turned her world upside down.
Sitting on a low, granite wall, warmed by the sun and soothed by the mulchy smell of well-tended gardens, UConn students have an extraordinary new spot on campus.
A team of law students, social workers, interpreters, and researchers from UConn are providing assistance to asylum-seekers at immigration detention centers in Pennsylvania.
Thinking about attending a UConn Alumni event? These six people are sure to be there and ready to meet you!…
One day, some years ago, Professor Tom O’Brien’s boss gave him a little extra money to spend on his department.