In the News
St. Baldrick’s event raises $4,300 for cancer survivors
About 1,800 from Quinnipiac University participate in ‘Big Event’ clean-up
Camels Raise Close to $2000 Dollars for CT Special Olympics with Shoreline Penguin Plunge
Up 'til Dawn Campaign Raises $111,000 for St. Jude
Unlimited Fun on the Slopes
Student Leaders from Trinity Speak to Girls at Capital Preparatory School
Wesleyan Athletics Hosts Girls, Women in Sports Day
Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford Welcome Families to Arts Expo at Trinity
Wamogo students participate in business workshops at Quinnipiac
Students learn STEM skills at Quinnipiac
To Fundraise, Conn Students “Take the Plunge”
Volleyball Team Collects 300 Pounds of Food for Local Charity
The University of Hartford volleyball team, in conjunction with the men's rugby club team, collected over 300 pounds of food prior to the team's match against Yale on Tuesday, Nov. 24. The food was donated to the Anja Rosenberg Kosher Food Pantry, in conjunction with Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford.
Sacred Heart University community provides Thanksgiving meals for needy
The annual event provides families with a turkey and enough food items for a hearty Thanksgiving meal. The efforts of SHU’s Student Government and Office of Volunteer Programs and Service Learning, make the meal distribution possible.
University of Hartford's Women's Basketball Goes in the Classroom for Junior Achievement Program
In partnership with Junior Achievement, the Hawks have spent the last five weeks teaching third graders at the elementary school.
Trinity College Students Donate Food for Hartford Children Who Face Hunger at Home
Project PACKS Works with Hands on Hartford to Help Provide Food Security for Children
Students transform child's 'Cinderella' dream into reality
Kendall Pallone, a five-year-old with cerebral palsy, had her wish granted of becoming Cinderella for Halloween after three entrepreneurship students organized a trick-or-treating event on Friday, Oct. 30, attracting more than 200 members of the University community.
Incoming Students Serve Bridgeport Community
Forty-nine incoming Sacred Heart University first-year students and 14 upperclassmen leaders decided to spend their vacation serving their new neighbors in the Bridgeport community.
Mitchell College students volunteer for Day of Caring to clean-up Mitchell Woods in New London
Mitchell Woods Groundbreaking and Day of Caring brought more than 200 people to the ceremony before beginning to clear trails, remove invasive weeds and paint during a "day of caring."
Sacred Heart University students continue award-winning community service program
Students, faculty and staff completed more than 50,000 community service hours for the 2014-2015 year, with the majority of those hours given by students.
Area high school teachers invited to take free class
In an expansion of its successful New London Scholars program, Connecticut College now invites New London county high school teachers to register for a class at the College – at no cost.
Connecticut College production raises $15,000 for Safe Futures
Students at Connecticut College raised $15,000 for Safe Futures, a local shelter serving survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, through two spring performances of a new theatrical production.
Mitchell College helps produce Fish Tales, Tugs and Sails
Mitchell College is the producer along with New London Main Street, of a free, nautically-themed family festival celebrating literature and the environment, on Saturday, July 25th.
Walk to End Homelessness raises more than $11,000
The Connecticut College community joined regional leaders, members of local faith communities, human services professionals and other members of the New London community for the eighth annual Walk to End Homelessness April 26.
Hundreds turn out for Quinnipiac University’s ‘Big Event’ for Greater New Haven
Hundreds of Quinnipiac University students spent Saturday morning helping improve sites in Hamden and the region. The students took part in the university’s sixth annual Big Event, where they go out in the community and spend three hours sprucing up different sites.