As spring semester comes to a close, it’s important that us seniors have a chance to say goodbye to our favorite UConn traditions and locations. After all, it’s these special places and activities that have made our college experience unique from any other, and will continue to stick with us long after we graduate. Let’s all take a moment to bid farewell to the events, pastimes and food spots that made campus so meaningful.
Four years ago, the recruiting class of Breanna Stewart, Morgan Tuck and Moriah Jefferson stepped onto campus for the first time as student-athletes. Stewart, the No. 1 recruit in the country, famously declared her goal was to win four national championships in her four years in Storrs, something that had never been done before.
Follow the full transcript as Kyle Constable interviews University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst during her office hours on three major, and sometimes tense, issues. Herbst addresses the Torrington campus, the Co-op and the future of the university in the face of uncertainty during the discussion.
Working at the Daily Campus not only fosters talent and skill, but also allows for the development of close friendships within one of the closest-knit organizations in Storrs. The graduating class has provided the rest of the Daily Campus staff with an invaluable education in journalism, team work and ceaseless dedication.