In this age of ultra-divisive politics, gun rights has become an issue which evokes an emotional response (“Students support Second Amendment Rights,” Oct. 7).
A modern version of the African-American protest anthem “We Shall Overcome” played over a slideshow of photos from “After Selma” photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden. His collection was displayed in the Carlson Gallery until Oct. 14.
Students gathered in the Hanawalt House to watch the last presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Students enjoyed two nights of soccer, Latin music and hot chocolate Tuesday and Wednesday at the South Quad for the Latino Student Forum’s second annual soccer tournament.
Boston-based comedy hypnotist David Hall performed before a modest, but enthusiastic crowd Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Hillel, the Multicultural Club Council, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and the Center for Multicultural Services prepared to celebrate Sukkot with the annual building of the sukkah in Sneaky Park on Oct. 13.
Despite a stronger second half and the ability to create chances, the Leopards were held scoreless in a 2-0 defeat against the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
NBC Connecticut anchor and reporter Keisha Grant recounted personal experiences and gave advice to communications students Friday in the Arts and Communications Building.
Child Holocaust survivors Gabriella Karin and Robert Geminder shared their stories Tuesday in the Morgan Auditorium to honor the 11 million that perished.
As Homecoming Week drew to a close Saturday, the campus transformed into the fantasy world of Alice in Wonderland for the annual homecoming fair.