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An anonymous donor gave $3 million to establish two endowed chairs in ecology and evolutionary biology, while a consumer financial services company is contributing to the university's free-tuition program.
UConn's in-state students will pay an extra $608 next year in tuition under a plan approved unanimously Wednesday by the university's board of trustees.
When it comes to mental health services on CT college campuses, "There's a very large discrepancy between the haves and the have-nots."
Despite the increase, university officials said the plan limits year-to-year tuition increases to their lowest levels in five years.
CSCU President Mark Ojakian used to defend the state's community colleges against reports of low graduation rates. Now he's using those low rates as evidence the schools should be consolidated.
Seven years ago today what should have been unimaginable happened: 20 children and six educators were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School. More unimaginable is that in the years since December 14, 2012 the cries of “never again” and “not one more” have gone unheeded by the legislators in Congress who are beholden to the gun lobby.
In his first major announcement since taking office, State Treasurer Shawn Wooden declared his intention to divest $30 million of state pension fund assets from five companies involved in gun manufacturing and distribution. Unfortunately, this decision demonstrated dangerous overreach at the expense of public pension fund beneficiaries and Connecticut’s economic well-being.
There are few better examples of health care fraud than the promotion of so called “chronic Lyme disease." Defined as “…a crime that involves misrepresenting information, concealing information, or deceiving a person or entity in order to receive benefits, or to make a financial profit,” this fraud is being perpetrated by a small group of physicians who profiteer by offering unproven treatment at high cost to people worriedly searching for answers for unexplained symptoms.
Hardly a week goes by that an over-height truck and a low-slung bridge on the Merritt Parkway have a close encounter of the worst kind: a collision.
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