Whitney Dining Hall is one two dining halls that are closed due to COVID-19 and lack of on-campus residents this semester. Students that currently live on campus must go to one of the five open dining halls to pick up their meals. Photo by Eric Wang/The Daily Campus
Xiaoying Nie gets a smooch from her pooch Mulan in front of the Student Union Terrace on Nov. 9th. The duo was out enjoying the unusally warm November weather. Photo by Sofia Sawchuk/The Daily Campus
In an effort to save money, UConn is transferring campus bus services over to Windham Region Transit District (WRTD). As a result of this change, on-campus bus services will now be controlled by WRTD, while the diesel buses will be handed over to the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Photo by Erin Knapp/The Daily Campus
The UConn bookstore partners with Catholic Charities to bring gifts to low-income children or teens. Individuals or departments can sponser a child and provide them with a gift for the holidays. Photo by Sofia Langou/The Daily Campus
A Cardinal sign displaying the message to go vote from the Silk Flowers Art Exhibit still remains hanging in a tree along Fairfield Way a week after Election Day. The exhibit runs all along Fairfield Way in the center of the Storrs campus and will be taken down sometime in mid-November. Photo by Sofia Sawchuk/The Daily Campus

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