HuskyTHON 2019: Record-breaking and unforgettable

HuskyTHON 2019: Record-breaking and unforgettable

Taking a step into HuskyTHON means entering a huge room thick with dancers and jam-packed with palatable, contagious emotion. On Saturday through Sunday, UConn’s famous, annual 18-hour dance marathon changed the lives of not only the children it fundraised for, but of everyone involved.

Women's Polo: Photo Essay

by Judah Shingleton

The UConn women’s polo team takes on Skidmore University in a varsity game at the Horsebarn Hill Arena in Storrs, Connecticut on December 2, 2018. Throughout their seasons, the varsity polo teams compete against numerous other intercollegiate programs including Cornell and Yale, according to the UConn Polo Club. UConn’s women’s and men’s polo teams have won a total of ten national championships, according to the UConn Polo Club.

Should graffiti be protected art?

Should graffiti be protected art?

Graffiti has had a long and troubled past in terms of artistic merit, historical context and cultural significance. All three of these points came to a head in 2013 when Gerald Wolkoff, owner of a property known as 5Pointz, painted over hundreds of pieces as a step towards redeveloping the place. Following this, artists of 5Pointz took the real estate owner to court, resulting in the judge awarding the creators $6.7 million on Feb. 12th, 2018.

Photo Gallery: Geno's 1,000th win

Charlotte Lao is the associate photo editor. She can be reached via email at charlotte.lao@uconn.edu

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