Super Dog

For a fea­ture assign­ment in JOUR2065: Mobile Sto­ry­telling, UConn stu­dent Kelti John­son pho­tographed the bright col­ors of The Big E in Spring­field, Mass­a­chu­setts in Sep­tem­ber 2022.  The East­ern States Expo­si­tion, as the fair is also known, is one of the top ten fairs in North Amer­i­ca and the largest on the East Coast, rep­re­sent­ing all sixCon­tin­ue read­ing “Super Dog”

Project Fashion

UConn Jour­nal­ism major Gabriel­la Cre­an ’22 worked as a pho­tog­ra­ph­er for the UConn Project Fash­ion 2022 Feb­ru­ary pho­to­shoot, allow­ing UConn stu­dents to show off their win­ter styles. These pho­tos were tak­en so both the mod­els and the club could post to their social media sites. View more images on Project Fash­ion’s Instagram.

Climate change bringing more mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases

By LAURA AUGENBRAUN | UConn Jour­nal­ism  Jan­u­ary 18, 2022 Evan White was in his sec­ond to last lacrosse sea­son at Foran High School in Mil­ford, Con­necti­cut in spring of 2019, when sud­den­ly his team start­ed hear­ing rumors of their games being resched­uled and even can­celed. “It was actu­al­ly real­ly scary because we weren’t sure what wasCon­tin­ue read­ing “Cli­mate change bring­ing more mos­qui­toes and mos­qui­to-borne diseases”

Amid pandemic, many college students dropped out to travel, save money, pursue other career options

Some have no plans to return to the class­room post-COVID By JOHN LEAHY | UConn Jour­nal­ism Jan­u­ary 18, 2022 GLASTONBURY — Col­in O’Doherty woke up one morn­ing and had an idea. It was June 2020, and the 19-year-old col­lege stu­dent had been con­flict­ed for months. His school, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Ver­mont, had announced that it would con­ductCon­tin­ue read­ing “Amid pan­dem­ic, many col­lege stu­dents dropped out to trav­el, save mon­ey, pur­sue oth­er career options”

Raining Goals

Mateo Lev­eque (2) cel­e­brates after scor­ing a goal off a penal­ty kick dur­ing UConn’s 2–2 tie against Creighton Uni­ver­si­ty on Oct. 16, 2021 in rainy con­di­tions at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Con­necti­cut’s Mor­rone Sta­di­um. Pho­to by Kevin Lind­strom. This pho­to­graph helped Kevin Lind­strom place in the top 20 in the nation­al Hearst Jour­nal­ism Awards — 2022Con­tin­ue read­ing “Rain­ing Goals”

Sunset from Namasan Tower

UConn Jour­nal­ism hon­or stu­dent Amy Chen ’22 stud­ied abroad in South Korea dur­ing the Fall 2021 semes­ter. She shared this pic­ture from one of her adven­tures. This image was tak­en from Namasan Tow­er, an obser­va­to­ry in Seoul that has an impres­sive view. Seoul is the cap­i­tal of South Korea and has a pop­u­la­tion of near­lyCon­tin­ue read­ing “Sun­set from Namasan Tower”