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1 hr ago | The Hartford Courant
University of Connecticut graduate students who work as teaching or research assistants won union recognition Thursday - the first, and only, group of graduate assistants recognized in the state.
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Mike & Mike show Friday morning and fielded questions from Twitter users. It didn't take long for the thread to turn into a social media disaster.
9 hrs ago | The Daily Campus
In an optimistic turn of events, the state House of Representatives unanimously voted to pass new legislation that will offer further support and prevention for sexual assault victims on Connecticut college and university campuses.
The University of Connecticut Fire Department honored its first paid fire chief, Chief Merrill Cummings, for his 32 years of service with the presentation of a Class A uniform at a ceremony Thursday.
After harsh winter, economists see encouraging signs on employment front for seven months in a row going back to July 2013 Connecticut added 4,900 jobs last month, part of an encouraging two-month uptick that followed a major setback at the start of the year, according to data issued Thursday by the state Department of Labor, Economists have ... (more)
In the awful event of a rape or sexual assault at a university or college there is no guarantee that the victim will be treated as she should be .
Senator Chris Murphy visits Rowe Hall during a town hall meeting. Murphy discusses work with students Miles Halpine and Marissa Piccolo , who are also contributors for The Daily Campus Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy, Democrat, answered constituents' questions and heard their suggestions on the national budget at a town hall meeting yesterday in ... (more)
The University of Connecticut Undergraduate Student Government approved funding requests for 384 on-campus organizations, doling out more than $686,000 of the organization's $1.5 million budget.
The NCAA the Legislative Council decided Tuesday Division I student-athletes can receive unlimited meals and snacks in conjunction with their The NCAA has voted to change the rules about food and how much can go to a student athlete The vote could impact thousands of athletes across the country, including hundreds in East Tennessee.
The Arthritis Foundation New England Region has named Wade Gibbs of Storrs, CT the Adult Ambassador for the 2014 Greater Hartford Walk to Cure Arthritis.
University administrators say authorities do not believe the message that warns of a "rampage of biblical proportion" to occur today is a credible threat, but they chose to cancel classes out of an abundance of caution.
Elise Gordon is the Math Resource Teacher at a Title I school in Palm Beach County School District in Florida.
Sen. Stephen T. Cassano wants details about the University of Connecticut's budget to see how it justifies a 6.5 percent tuition increase for the coming school year.
The Vernon Community Arts Center will host its Annual Juried Multimedia Exhibit from May 4th - May 31st.
The University of Texas at Austin will open a center to offer research, programs and workshops to help the public better understand the threats of identity theft, fraud and privacy.
Eden Schumer, left, and Victoria Cao, both studetns at Coleytown Middle School were winners in the 2014 Connecticut Student Writers contest sponsored by the University of Connecticut English Department.