BY Marlese lessing • June 10, 2017 • 2:39 p.M.
The University of Connecticut is seeking bids for a private hotel, which will be built on the corner of Route 195 and South Eagleville Road, according to a UConn Today article. The space is currently occupied by the university-owned Mansfield Apartments.
UConn will lease the land to a private operator, allowing for an independently owned and operated 100-room hotel to be built, according to the article. The hotel will not have any affiliation with the university.
The six University of Connecticut students who were arrested on alcohol-related charges in the case of student Jeffny Pally’s death were given a special probation that, if completed successfully, will allow them to avoid jail time and have their criminal records wiped clean.
Four boys who formed an indie band in Manchester, England fifteen years ago never imagined they would one day sell out Madison Square Garden. The 1975 has truly achieved rockstar status. Around 20,000 people filled the stadium to see the band on the last leg of their world tour.
While the first day of summer isn’t technically until June 21, the days are starting to get longer and warmer which means one thing: the beginning of beach season. Days spent on the beach are meant to be fun and carefree but, for many, they are associated with anxiety about physical appearance and self-conscious thoughts.