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  • Importing Water To Fuel UConn, Mansfield Growth Foolish

    Importing Water To Fuel UConn, Mansfield Growth Foolish
    The California drought is wreaking havoc with the state's economy and forcing its residents to adapt. Why should this matter in Connecticut? The superficial answers involve higher grocery bills and a westward diversion of federal dollars. The deeper...
  • Headed To UConn This Weekend? Read This First

    Headed To UConn This Weekend? Read This First
    With students moving out for the summer, construction underway, and families headed in to campus attend a series of commencement festivities, traffic at the University of Connecticut Storrs campus could be problematic this weekend, university officials...
  • Community news for Jewett City edition

    Academy of the Holy Family event BALTIC – A Spring Craft Fair, featuring handmade craft items, will be held on Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., outdoors under tents, weather permitting, at the Academy of the Holy Family, 54 West Main St....
  • Robert Morris University falls short of North American video gaming title

     Robert Morris University falls short of North American video gaming title
    Robert Morris University fell just short of a North American college video gaming title Sunday, instead settling for runner-up less than a year after the university announced it was starting the nation's first athletic scholarship program for gamers....
  • Robert Morris U. gaming squad makes N. American championships

    Robert Morris U. gaming squad makes N. American championships
    Less than a year ago, Robert Morris University announced it was starting the nation's first athletic scholarship program for video gamers, and since then, the downtown Chicago college has seen its profile soar like a rocket. Media outlets from Time...
  • UConn Engineering Students Show Their Research

    UConn Engineering Students Show Their Research
    STORRS — Samantha Brantley of Newington can explain in exacting scientific terms how a very hot fire can affect copper wiring in an emergency sprinkler or lighting system. It turns out the purity of copper has a great deal to do with how well an...
  • Auditors: National Science Foundation suspends UConn grants

    The National Science Foundation has frozen more than $2 million in grants to the University of Connecticut after a foundation investigation found two professors used grant money to buy products from their own company, Connecticut state auditors...
  • Feds Freeze Millions In Grants To UConn After Conflict-Of-Interest Probe

    Feds Freeze Millions In Grants To UConn After Conflict-Of-Interest Probe
    The National Science Foundation has suspended millions of dollars in research grants to UConn after revelations that two UConn professors used more than $250,000 in grant money for no-bid purchases of equipment from a company they control. The...
  • Illing Middle School learns it's 'Cool to Be Kind'

    On April 24, students at Illing Middle School learned that kindness can go a long way during the school's "Cool to Be Kind" assembly. Students were treated to a performance from spoken word artist and motivational speaker Michael "Chief" Peterson....
  • Climate change could wipe out 16 percent of world's species, research finds

    If countries' greenhouse gas emissions continue unchecked, 1 in every 6 species on the planet could go extinct. That is the finding of new research published this week in the journal Science. Climate change is a big factor in what has been tagged "The...
  • Glastonbury Pays For Going Against Nature

    Glastonbury Pays For Going Against Nature
    Since the mid-17th century, Connecticut residents have slowly imprisoned the river that gave the state its name. What once was a freely meandering stream is gradually being converted into a stone-lined, albeit gracefully curved and still beautiful,...