by Marlese lessing • October 28, 2016 • 6:15 A.M.
“This year, pretty much all of our resources and time are going into this issue,” said Casey Lambert, UConnPIRG secretary. “Our goal is [to register] 2500 students, and hopefully we will surpass that.”
The organization has been working with students, faculty and University of Connecticut staff to encourage students to register, Lambert said, since late September. Several offices and locations on campus, including the Student Union and the iCenter in the Wilbur Cross building, offer registration forms and information to students.
Nuevo California asks the question: What would happen if a huge earthquake wiped L.A. off the map, prompting the United States and Mexico to rebuild San Diego and Tijuana as one state?
After months of enduring one of the most vitriolic and contentious elections in American history, we are nearly at the end. In less than two weeks the election will end and we will know who the next president is.
With the Conflict rivalry (and the trophy itself) firmly in the rear view mirror, the UConn football team returns to action on the road against East Carolina.