Grad Issue 2017

Women's Basketball: Looking ahead to a potentially even more dominant women’s basketball team

Women's Basketball: Looking ahead to a potentially even more dominant women’s basketball team

In this year’s Final Four in Dallas, Texas, Geno Auriemma and the 2016-17 UConn Huskies women’s basketball team suffered a brutal end to what seemed like another magical undefeated season, losing to the Mississippi State Bulldogs in overtime 66-64.

Football: Huskies turn new page with old face in charge

Football: Huskies turn new page with old face in charge

2016 was a season to forget for the UConn football team. After a promising 2015 campaign in which the Huskies won six games, including a home victory over previously-undefeated Houston, and made their first bowl trip since the 2011 Fiesta Bowl, everything fell apart.

Farewell Column: I would not be me without The Daily Campus

Farewell Column: I would not be me without The Daily Campus

What I’ve found so special about our organization is the endless opportunities we give every person that joins us. Sometimes as students, professionals and adults will automatically judge us or underestimate what we are capable of just because we are young and still learning.

How to cook, eat, and keep green in ‘the real world’

How to cook, eat, and keep green in ‘the real world’

While we cannot promise you that this transition to the ‘real world’ will be easy, we can help you save money and stay healthy with a few easy recipes that are cheap, sustainable, and delicious! Many of them can be prepped ahead of time, too, because you will most likely have your hands full.

Farewell Column: "I'm not okay, I promise."

Farewell Column: "I'm not okay, I promise."

I tried to hold off writing this column for as long as I could because I didn’t want to come to terms that my time at UConn was coming to an end. Leading up to this it still hadn’t hit me that I graduate in two days, and I knew that once I sat down to write, it would all hit me at once.

Men’s Hockey: Thompson, Nichols, Richardson leave program in good hands

Men’s Hockey: Thompson, Nichols, Richardson leave program in good hands

Following the conclusion of the 2016-17 season, star sophomore forward Tage Thompson decided that he would not be returning to UConn for his junior year. Instead, Thompson signed with the St. Louis Blues – the team that drafted him with the 26th overall pick in the 2016 NHL Draft – and began playing with their AHL affiliate, the Chicago Wolves.

Protests and controversy marked the year of Trump

Protests and controversy marked the year of Trump

On Nov. 9, over 500 demonstrators marched through the University of Connecticut’s Storrs campus and gathered outside the Wilbur Cross building to protest Donald Trump’s victory. It was the local climax of a divisive election season and foreshadowed a year of political demonstrations to come.