The University of Connecticut Police Department arrested two students Monday night after they were filmed saying the N-word outside of Charter Oak Apartments on Oct. 11.
A recent report by Represent Women ranked Connecticut 24th and gave it a D rating for its representation of women in political office. Represent Women, a non-partisan group that works to increase the number of female elected officials, ranked the 50 states and gave each a letter grade on their female representation.
After experiencing several delays in its opening, Earth, Wok & Fire finally opened its doors in the University of Connecticut’s Student Union. The restaurant, which was originally expected to open in August, faced several delays before it could open for students; issues in both equipment delivery and installment slowed down the process.
Investigations have been opened at the University of Connecticut after three students were filmed using racial slurs Friday morning. The video shows three white students saying the n-word and laughing outside the open windows of black students’ apartments in the Charter Oak Apartment complex. UConn Police are investigating the incident and an administrative investigation is also underway, university spokesperson Stephanie Reitz said.