Connecticut officials have put "enhanced" security measures in place after the terrorist attacks in Paris, though they said there is no evidence that the state faces a threat.
And colleges in the state say they have accounted for students who are studying in or visiting Paris.
"All are safe and accounted for," UConn spokeswoman Stephanie Reitz said Saturday, referring to 17 students and faculty members in Paris. She said UConn has also reached out and offered support to the 13 French citizens enrolled at the school, most of whom are in Connecticut temporarily as exchange students.
Four other UConn students who were vacationing in Paris from other...