The Sustainability Subcommittee at the University of Connecticut collaborated with the cultural centers to create an art exhibit on culture and the environment called “Creative Intersectionality: Culture and the Environment.”
The inaugural UCONNIC music festival proved to provide more than just a night of music. While the performances were without a doubt high-energy and memorable, the unique experience SUBOG presented gave students a festival just for them.
Heartbreak. Two seasons in a row.
Overtime losses. Two seasons in a row.
Final Four failures. Two seasons in a row.
Asian Nite, hosted by the Asian American Cultural Center and the Pan Asian Council, showcased the stunning performances of groups and individuals to celebrate the continent’s vast and various cultures.
"The No. 1 reason for me [in picking UConn] is that this was a dream job for me," Hurley said.
To win the American Athletic Conference Championship, the UConn women’s basketball team had to play USF in the final for the fourth consecutive season.
“He’s someone everyone can get behind, whether you’re an alternative fan, an R&B fan, a pop fan, a rap fan,” Sherif said.
The atmosphere in Rome Ballroom was electrifying as vibrant colors and dynamic performances abounded UConn’s roughly two hour-long Lunar New Year Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 24.
HuskyTHON, the University of Connecticut’s annual dance marathon and fundraising effort in support of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, raised over one million dollars this weekend.