Meriden residents turn out for mud volleyball tournament

Summer 2017 - Record-Journal

Val Accetura wore knee-high bright green socks, a neon green t-shirt reading "Team Hunter" and, most noticeably, a lot of mud.

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PILOT steers Mansfield to consider cuts

Fall 2016 - UConn News Writing course

Amid mounting speculation in Hartford about a decrease in state funding to municipalities, town officials are considering reductions to education spending to compensate, Deputy Mayor Bill Ryan said. 

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Berlin interact club awards students at year end ceremony

Summer 2017 - Record-Journal 

The Berlin High School Interact Club honored student members for excellence in community service at its annual awards ceremony earlier this week. 

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Dealing with Drought (multiple stories)

Fall 2016 - UConn Online Journalism course

This page created for a UConn journalism course, looks at the current drought levels in Connecticut while adding some context and history to the almost unnoticed status.

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  Hospital employees are seen protesting outside of Natchaug Hospital in Mansfield, Connecticut on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016.  (Bailey Wright/The Daily Campus)

Hospital employees are seen protesting outside of Natchaug Hospital in Mansfield, Connecticut on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016.  (Bailey Wright/The Daily Campus)

Natchaug Hospital union rallies amid plans to cut employee pensions

February 16, 2016 - The Daily Campus

Roughly 40 hospital employees lined up in frigid conditions with signs reading, “be fair to those who care,” hanging from their necks to protest the hospital’s proposed plan to drop employee pensions in favor of a 401K plan.

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  Students work on their computers in Homer Babbidge Library. Online classes over the summer tend to often more freedom, said those who have taken them. (Jason Jiang/Daily Campus)

Students work on their computers in Homer Babbidge Library. Online classes over the summer tend to often more freedom, said those who have taken them. (Jason Jiang/Daily Campus)

Students favor summer online courses for convenience

March 2, 2016 - The Daily Campus

Keeping up with increasingly digital times, colleges across the country have begun to offer more online courses to students in order to provide a more convenient and interactive learning experience.


Multiple injuries after accident on Storrs Road

November 29, 2016 - The Daily Campus

Multiple people were transported from the scene of a three-car pileup with injuries in the intersection of Storrs Road and Mansfield Road around 4:45 p.m., according to UConn firefighters on the scene.

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