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The Battle of The Spring Weekend T-shrits

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Spring Weekend is fast approaching. I know that because I have received many Facebook invitations to groups promoting the sale of commemorative t-shirts. The t-shirt design pictured above is available on http://springweekendt.com, “the only Official shirts of Spring Weekend 2010″ according to its website. In the spirit of full disclosure, one of my friends from […] [Read More]

Proposed Change In How CT Public Universities Modify Tuition

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Tuition has been a major issue on the UConn-Storrs campus this spring. Back in February, the university increased its tuition rates after much debate and discussion. Here is what The Daily Campus reported about the change: In a nearly two-hour meeting, the UConn board of trustees voted for a 5.66 percent tuition increase for the […] [Read More]

My First Law Symposium

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Law topics involving fisheries, space, the crisis in Hati and global climate change were discussed an international law symposium that I attended today at UConn’s law school in Hartford. As an undergraduate, I felt that it was a privilege to attend the event. My peers in the Special Program in Law and I — with […] [Read More]
Categories: Law, Second Semester

Lottery Ticket Results For Kid Cudi UConn Concert Are Now Posted

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The link is http://www.subog.uconn.edu/docs/lottery_results_ad_.pdf. Student pricing is $10 for reserved seats and $20 for floor seats. A friend told me that they sold out of floor seats but hey $10 to see Cudi? Not bad. [Read More]
Categories: General

Politicians With Backpacks: College Students In Government

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My Q&A with Brien Buckman, a UConn sophomore and candidate for state rep. for the 54th district of Connecticut, ran in the Daily Campus today. During the course of our discussion, Buckman said something particularly interesting. When asked what he would say to other UConn students running for political office, he said the following: I […] [Read More]

Moving Up The Ladder On The Campus Paper

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My editor promoted me to staff writer from “campus correspondent” at a news meeting this week. As I walked back to the dorm, I realized how much this new title meant to me. Sure, staff writers are higher up on the payscale. Sure, staff writers get first pick on the stores before the campus correspondent’s […] [Read More]