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A survey by Harvard University’s newspaper finds 12 percent of the women graduating say they were sexually assaulted at the school.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal is proposing what he calls a Bill of Rights for students to reduce sexual assaults on campus.
Tufts University “gap year” program will help students on leave pay for housing and other expenses.
Riot police battled thousands of drunken revelers at UMass’ annual “Blarney Blowout.”
The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving says it has received enough support to be able to offer a new Doc Hurley scholarship this year.
The University of Tennessee announced Thursday that it won’t be playing a scheduled home-and-home series with Connecticut that had been planned for 2015 and 2016.
Russ Smith scored 18 of his 23 points in the second half to lead No. 18 Louisville to a 76-64 win over Connecticut on Saturday night.
Some Connecticut colleges are expanding their winter intersession offerings, citing a demand from students who, instead of heading home for the holidays, are looking for a chance to get ahead in their studies or have a more intimate classroom experience.
Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy and another U.S. Senator also still paying off his college loans are are co-sponsoring legislation aimed at lowering college costs by withholding federal funds from schools that fail to meet new national affordability and quality standards.