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Campus celebrations are winding down after two nights of championship parties, yet the off-court excitement could be just beginning at the University of Connecticut.
Classes at the University of Connecticut are resuming as authorities investigate a bomb threat that prompted an order for people to shelter in place at the Storrs campus.
State police and the University of Connecticut have launched separate investigations into alleged hazing by a sorority and a fraternity.
The University of Connecticut told two faculty members Thursday that it intends to dismiss them as the result of an investigation that found one had inappropriate contact with students and another failed to act properly after learning of wide-ranging sexual misconduct allegations against his colleague.
Educators, students and advocates for sex assault victims testified Tuesday before a legislative committee that is considering a bill designed to improve sexual assault policies on Connecticut's college campuses.
State lawmakers are expected to hear testimony next week on a bill that attempts to improve sexual assault policies on Connecticut college campuses and the way schools report sex assaults involving students and employees.
University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst is expressing support for a White House initiative to fight sexual assault on college campuses.
Stefanie Dolson grabbed the microphone on stage after the NCAA final and uttered four words: "President Obama, we're ba-aaack!"
Stanford and UConn have each claimed top seeds in the NCAA women's tournament.