BY Schae Beaudoin • October 18, 2017 • 6:00 Pm
There’s no question Yachty’s quick rise to fame has left a mark on pop culture. A quick Google search for “Lil Yachty” turns up a GQ article titled “We Should All Be Lil Yachty” and a FADER article titled “The Eternal Sunshine of Lil Yachty.” On top of that, he’s had interviews with everyone from the New York Times to Rolling Stone.
Adam Sherif, SUBOG concert chair, called the lineup a “bucket list” lineup and said SUBOG tried to book artists that would appeal to a wide range of students.
According to Twitter, the hashtag had been tweeted more than half a million times in only 24 hours. The words had become a means for women, and men, to share their experiences publicly, giving as many or as little details about their stories as they wished. The hashtag provided solidarity with just two words.
There’s no doubt Barstool is a brand that speaks to the younger audience that ESPN is not reaching. But there’s something deeply disturbing with the Barstool brand and most of its writers.
Leaf peeping season in Connecticut has been affected by the change in climate this year, according to ecology and natural resource professors at the University of Connecticut.
There is word of an approved state budget that won’t severely affect University of Connecticut tuition or result in staff layoffs, according to Executive Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer Scott Jordan, who met with Undergraduate Student Government senators at the USG Senate meeting Wednesday night.
I was in a bad place on March 31, 2014.
The University of Connecticut Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) is launching a Stop Styrofoam campaign targeted at the Dunkin Donuts on and near campus.
We have been meaning to make this drink for some time now because one of our writers absolutely loves Gin and Tonics and this drink is essentially a G and T without the quinine.
Growing up in central Connecticut, you really only have two choices when it comes to picking your favorite football team: The New England Patriots or the New York Giants. Very few people in the region seem to even consider a third team, the New York Jets, as a viable option to cheer for.
Soccer is growing in the United States and European soccer is much more prevalent in our media, so it was going to be hard for me to avoid it. But now I’m really a soccer fan.
“Finding Oscar” is about the search for Oscar Ramirez, a man that survived the horrific massacre at Dos Erres when he was only three years old. The film follows his personal storyline but also examines the historical context and transnational issues that were brought about by the Guatemalan Civil War.
While UConn Huskies’ sports fans have had their fair share of incredible moments, (i.e. dual national championships in 2004 and 2014), there have also been several heartbreaking moments in UConn sports history. The DC Sports staff discuss their worst moments as UConn fans, whether in person or on TV, in this week’s edition of the Roundtable.
The Knights’ success has been well-recognized by national polls and indexes. Currently ranked No. 8 nationally in the two most reputable polls (United Soccer Coaches and TopDrawerSoccer), UCF is even higher in RPI at fifth in the country.
My fandom for the collegiate level was nowhere near the passion I held for professional sports teams.That all changed when I decided to come to UConn.
I think it would be amazing if Girl Scouts would admit the difference between the groups and open up their minds to establishing a similar program for boys. Did we not learn anything from Parks and Rec’s Pawnee Goddesses?
Research on fruit flies shows that some behaviors may be determined by molecules that act like annotators – highlighting genes to turn on and crossing out others to turn off. A recent study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showed this is happening in a gene common to a variety of animals, including humans.
I want to begin with saying I’m not inherently against instant replay. What I’m not okay with, however, is when replay goes wrong.
UConn students and Mansfield community members rarely have the chance to interact except during Mansfield Town Council meetings. By interacting and debating issues both groups might find they have more in common than they think.
The construction on the University of Connecticut’s North Eagleville road will continue into 2018.
This past Friday, Oct 13, saw the return of the annual March to End Victim Blaming. Organized by the student group Revolution Against Rape (RAR), the rally acts as a means to raise awareness to the campus rape culture and to catalyze discussions about the issues that still remain.