As a society, we have long been obsessed with the apocalypse; as a generation, even more so. Facing an existence seemingly on the perpetual edge of collapse, it’s no surprise why. We have been brought up in a world that demands so much yet seemingly provides so little, left to navigate a society built on a foundation of sand that feels as though it is crumbling in real-time. Naturally, we turn to the media that explores these fears to make sense of it all.
Winning on the road is one of the toughest things to do in all of sports, regardless of the opponent or anything else. In their first such game of the season, UConn women’s lacrosse discovered this the hard way against the Cornell Big Red. The Huskies went on several runs and put together a valiant effort, but eventually came up short in their first true road game of the year.
Connecticut played its first road conference series of the season visiting the Providence Friars this past weekend. Since rejoining the Big East, UConn boasted a 5-1 record versus Providence coming into the weekend and looked to continue its success.
As students departed campus for spring break, the UConn baseball team was hard at work rolling through their opponents as they continued their early-season road trip.
The UConn track and field team headed down to Orlando, Florida to compete in the UCF Black and Gold outdoor season opener. Coming off consecutive titles at the Big East Championship, the Huskies had a reputation to uphold in the Sunshine State.
If Sunday afternoon’s UConn game was going to be anything like their blowout first round win over Iona, a game where the Huskies outscored the Gaels 50-24 in the second half, it would be quite the story to talk about before a date with the Sweet Sixteen, the first of coach Dan Hurley’s career and UConn’s first since 2014.
I love the Muppets. This has been a pretty public fact for a while now. After all, I do as much as I can to make Muppet content for The Daily Campus. So picture this: It’s right before spring break 2023 at the University of Connecticut and I, as a junior who just needs to get away from Storrs for a while, am looking for something to do. Of course, the Muppets are at the forefront of my mind almost 24/7, so visiting the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York is a no-brainer. A two-hour...
The Undergraduate Student Government Spring Election results have been released after voting ended March 3. A total of 2,254 votes were cast by University of Connecticut students.
When discussing the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, it is often pinned on the rising interest rates and questionable economic maneuvering enacted by the Federal Reserve. However one critical element often goes unmentioned when we attempt to assess the choices that lead to economic failures: the data we use.
Nothing is more upsetting than watching your favorite contender get eliminated from a competition television show. Even more so, nothing is more frustrating than watching someone who you don’t think deserves to win take home the prize. I had the misfortune of experiencing both emotions while watching Netflix’s newly-released miniseries “Dance 100.”
True crime fanatics are always on the hunt for films based on a true story. “Boston Strangler” provides viewers with a film that stays true by keeping the story factual while depicting disturbing occurrences during the 1960s. The movie also displays the struggles that female journalists experienced during the time period.
The 95th annual Academy Awards took place on the evening of March 12, and the event was no less star-studded than its attendance.