The University of Connecticut’s Undergraduate Student Government announced Thursday night at a virtual town hall that they are establishing a bundle of new changes meant to address a past “elitist” and “racist” culture within the organization.
Hurricane Sally made landfall as a category two hurricane near Pensacola, Florida on Wednesday morning. By Wednesday evening, the storm had weakened to a tropical depression, but left more than half a million people in the area without power.
The University of Connecticut’s brand-new, one-credit course on anti-Black racism is slated to begin virtual lectures on Sept. 14, just two months after the idea was proposed by two students at the African-American Cultural Center’s (AACC) town hall in July.
All 270 students living in Garrigus Suites at the University of Connecticut are being placed under a medical quarantine effective immediately following a disproportionate rise in COVID-19 cases compared to other residence halls, according to an email sent to students on Thursday afternoon.
Greek life students at the University of Connecticut received email notification Wednesday that they will not be able to live in their assigned houses in Husky Village, just days before UConn’s scheduled move-in weekend.
ResLife at the University of Connecticut is planning on reassigning housing to students and reducing the number of students in dormitories and suites for the fall 2020 semester among other modifications due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to an email and subsequent FAQs sent out to students Thursday morning.
University of Connecticut President Thomas Katsouleas told faculty and staff in an email that the university has faced $30 million in losses this past spring semester, and best-case scenario will face an additional $47 million in loss this upcoming fall.
The University of Connecticut Undergraduate Student Government passed a preliminary budget for the 2020-2021 school year with reduced funding for Tier-II organizations in a senate meeting on Wednesday.
In Connecticut, any person in a public place must have a medical condition, be under the age of two and/or be a child in a child care setting in order to not wear a mask or face covering, according to the state’s latest executive order No. 7NNN.
Officials at the University of Connecticut announced in an email to staff members on Tuesday that classes for the upcoming spring semester will continue to be held in a variety of formats, including online, in-person and hybrids.
The University of Connecticut alongside the resident state troopers office are cracking down on off-campus party goers and handing out stern reminders to students who ignore proper COVID-19 safety measures.
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