The University of Connecticut has settled a lawsuit filed by five women who claimed that the institution failed to protect them from sexual assault. The school will pay the plaintiffs a total of $1.3 million, and in return, UConn will admit no wrongdoing and the plaintiffs will agree to shut up.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at University of Connecticut is no more, legally anyway. The school barred the organization’s registration and recognition after opening an investigation into their hazing practices and suspending the ladies back in March.
It’s been a big week for the University of Connecticut, winning both the men’s and women’s national NCAA basketball championships on Monday and Tuesday. Go Huskies! But back on campus, the Delta Zeta sorority has taken their partying, and maybe hazing in general, a bit too far.
The University of Connecticut is now under federal investigation for its indifference and negligence in responding to reports of sexual assault and harassment. Following a Title IX complaint filed against the school by seven sexual assault survivors in October, the Department of Education has confirmed that it will be…
Seven current and former UConn students have filed a Title IX complaint against the university, alleging that the administration failed to protect them from sexual assault on campus and responded inadequately to sexual assaults that did occur. Their accounts are, in a word, horrifying.
Bad news, winos: Turns out, the University of Connecticut researcher who discovered that red wine has anti-aging qualities actually fabricated a shitload of data. Which means that your purple mouthed cry-juice might not be good for your heart after all.
Notre Dame's women's basketball team had lost 12 straight games to UConn, but they rallied yesterday to beat the Huskies 72-63 in the national semifinals. They'll go on to play Texas A&M in the championship game tomorrow.
Glendale, AZ, January 1: UConn fans watch as their football team is defeated by Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl.
As the UConn women's basketball team quickly approaches 100 straight wins, let's start keeping closer track. So: Maya Moore scored 17 points in the ladies' victory over Pacific yesterday, marking their 90th win. Next up, they'll play Stanford tomorrow night.
Last night, the University of Connecticut Women's basketball team won its 89th game in a row, breaking a record set by a men's team. This obviously means that now the Battle of the Sexes Just Got Serious.
ESPN The Magazine has revealed three of the six cover athletes planned for its second annual "Body Issue." And just like last year, the sports stars don't have any clothes on.
The University of Connecticut has done away with its cheerleaders because the squad was too focused on perfecting difficult stunts rather than cheering on other sports teams. They've been replaced with the "Spirit Squad," which requires no athletic ability.
Melissa Bruen, the outgoing editor-in-chief of the UConn Daily Campus decided to write a first-person essay about her sexual assault as her last act as EIC. In late April, UConn had its annual spring weekend — a drunken rite that occurs at most colleges during the hazy end of spring semester. Bruen was walking home…