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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Kaitlyn Herman
Fans who were celebrating UConn's national championship were causing minor property damage in Storrs.
Thousands of Connecticut students stormed the court at Gampel Pavilion on Monday night as if the Huskies had just won the national championship at home.
Fans who were celebrating UConn's national championship were causing minor property damage on campus and in Storrs, and several have been arrested.
Kemba Walker, coach Jim Calhoun and the national champion Connecticut Huskies are coming home, with a big welcoming party waiting.
"We became Huskies for this reason," said Kaitlyn Herman, a sophomore from Boston. "To just feel this school spirit, to all be here together, just cheering on this one team and just to celebrate together. It's what we stand for."