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  • UConn Doctoral Student Accused Of Threatening Professor

    UConn Doctoral Student Accused Of Threatening Professor
    VERNON — A doctoral student in chemistry, accused of threatening one of his professors at the University of Connecticut, was jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail after his arraignment on Thursday. Jagadeswara Kona, 32, was charged with second-degree...
  • R.J. Julia Celebrates 25 Years With Author Talks, Fun Run

    R.J.  Julia Celebrates 25 Years With Author Talks, Fun Run
    R.J. Julia Booksellers celebrates its 25th anniversary on April 19. The bookstore at 678 Boston Post Road, Madison, is known for presenting prominent and popular authors discussing their latest books, as well as other book-related events. On Monday,...
  • UConn Rejects 20 Percent Of Credits From Community Colleges

    HARTFORD — The University of Connecticut is rejecting more than 20 percent of the transfer credits from students entering the school from the state's community colleges, according to a study released Thursday. John Mullane, a counselor at Gateway...
  • UConn rejects 20 percent of credits from community colleges

    The University of Connecticut is rejecting more than 20 percent of the transfer credits from students coming into the school from the state's community college system, according to a study released Thursday. John Mullane, a counselor at Gateway Community...
  • UConn Rejects 20 Percent Of Credits From Community Colleges

     UConn Rejects 20 Percent Of Credits From Community Colleges
    HARTFORD — The University of Connecticut is rejecting more than 20 percent of the transfer credits from students coming into the school from the state's community college system, according to study released Thursday. John Mullane, a counselor at...
  • 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...