Olivia Papp ’23 Features Editor With the ceaseless bustle of activity on college campuses across the United States, the act of voting is not often at the forefront of students minds or priorities. The process of registering to vote seems… Read more
CONNPIRG launched this year’s New Voters Project campaign by having a Zoom call with motivational speakers and starting their phone bank Wednesday, Colleen Keller, UConnPIRG chapter chair and fifth-semester history major, said.
University of Connecticut students voted in the 2018 midterm elections at a 44% turnout, slightly higher than the national average for college students. According to recent studies from Rutgers University and the National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement (NSLVE), over 7.5… Read more
“Are you registered to vote?” UConn students called out to their classmates on the plaza outside the Homer Babbidge Library on Tuesday morning. It was National Voter Registration Day and students working with UConnPIRG, a statewide advocacy group, crisscrossed Fairfield… Read more
HARTFORD — Trinity College students will join a massive push nationwide to register voters.
Tonight, UConnPIRG — a prominent on-campus student advocacy organization — is holding its Fall kickoff event, where interested students can learn more about the organization and listen to guest speakers before officially commencing campaign work for the semester. The Daily Campus already… Read more
UConnPIRG, the University of Connecticut’s chapter of the Public Interest Research Group, wants to make the world better one change at a time, said Emily O’Hara, UConnPIRG chapter chair, UConnPIRG students board of directors vice chair, New Voters Project coordinator and seventh-semester political science and English double major. … Read more
University of Connecticut students can vote this week on whether they wish to reaffirm the UConnPIRG and The Daily Campus semesterly fees and increase the Student Union Board of Governors (SUBOG) fee by $1.
University of Connecticut Dining Services and UConnPIRG are collaborating to eliminate plastic bags on campus and replace them with environmentally-friendly brown paper bags, according to dining services director C. Dennis Pierce and PIRG member Kelly Rafferty.
Student activist group UConn PIRG hosted a charity showcase on Tuesday to raise funds and awareness for the hungry and homeless population. The showcase included student acapella and dance clubs and featured two guest speakers. The event collected donations to benefit the Windham No Freeze project.