Post University Dismisses 5 Employees Amid Theft ProbeA private for-profit college in Waterbury has dismissed five employees as police investigate the suspected theft of $47,000 believed to have been paid out in bogus tuition reimbursement checks.
Farm Helps International Students In Agricultural ProgramThe program, in its 30th year, aims to give young adults an opportunity to experience the world through agricultural exchange, while providing an opportunity for rural families in the U.S. to learn about other cultures.
Law Firm Probes Allegations Against Boarding School FacultyA Connecticut boarding school that earlier this year detailed allegations of sexual abuse spanning several decades has hired a law firm to look into new allegations of inappropriate behavior by faculty members, including some who remain on staff today.
Hartford Marks First Day Of SchoolMore than 20,000 students in Hartford Public Schools are heading back to school on Tuesday.
Motorists Urged To Use Caution As Classes BeginWith hundreds of thousands of Connecticut school children returning to classes, drivers are being urged to use caution, particularly in school zones.
Quads Begin College At 2 Connecticut SchoolsTwo sets of quadruplets are about to begin college at schools 10 miles apart in Connecticut.
UConn Touts Incoming Class; Regional Campus GrowthThe University of Connecticut is welcoming some 5,230 incoming freshmen this fall, and officials say a third of them have opted to attend a regional campus instead of the main campus in Storrs.
School Providing Grief Counselors After 11-Year-Old's DeathA Connecticut middle school is providing grief counselors for students after the death of an 11-year-old boy.
School Transportation Association Urges Driver, Student SafetyThe vast majority of Connecticut school children will head back to class next week, and the Connecticut School Transportation Association is emphasizing safety practices by drivers and students.
Yale To Remove Carving With Gun Pointed At Native AmericanYale University said Tuesday it will remove a "problematic'' doorway stone carving that depicts a Puritan settler aiming a musket at a Native American, a decision that follows criticism for initially covering up the musket with removable stonework.
UConn Prepares To Unveil Downtown Hartford CampusTomorrow, Wednesday August 23rd, will mark the official unveiling of the new UConn campus in downtown Hartford.
New Britain Preps For 'Uniform' School Uniforms Across CityAugust 28th marks the first day of school in New Britain, which means it will be the first day of "uniform" uniforms.