Defending National Champion Coach Will Not Attend Final FourThe UConn men's basketball staff will not attend the Final Four.
Trumbull First Selectman Calls On Officials Who Did Not Vote To Resign Trumbull's first selectman says more than two dozen elected and appointed Republicans or their spouses failed to vote in a local race and demanded they resign.
UConn President Susan Herbst's Letter To The University Community
Herbst Moves On Multiple Fronts To Boost UConnThe agenda is growing so long for officials at the University of Connecticut that the Board of Trustees has added meetings to keep up with the workload.
Groundbreaking For Jackson Labs groundbreaking ceremony is planned for The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine at the University of Connecticut Health Center.
Herbst: Difficult Day, But UConn Teams Will See Continue SuccesUniversity of Connecticut President Susan Herbst says the school will remain a successful athletic institution despite not being invited to join the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Ollie Gives $100,000 For Basketball Center; Trustees Vote To Cover Any Cost OverrunsUConn trustees have agreed to pay any cost overruns related to construction of the $33 million dollar basketball practice center. The school also announced a $100,000 donation to the project by Men's Basketball Coach Kevin Ollie.
UConn Has Money To Start Basketball Center ConstructionThe University of Connecticut says there is enough money to start work on a new basketball facility next to Gampel Pavilion
"A Day Of Sorrow, Celebration And Admiration"Jim Calhoun retired as Connecticut's basketball coach Thursday, closing a 26-year career at the school with thanks to everyone who helped him turn UConn from an athletic backwater into a national power that won three national titles.
Herbst Plans To Hire UConn Master PlannerUniversity of Connecticut President Susan Herbst says the school needs to create a strategic master plan.
Herbst Outlines "State of the University"University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst has outlined a future for the school that includes 300 more faculty members and a $1 billion endowment.
NCAA Rejects UConn's Proposed Self-PenaltiesThe NCAA has turned down UConn's proposal for self-imposed penalties for the failure of the men's basketball team's to meet standards for academic progress.