UConn quarterback Bryant Sherriffs is flipped by a member of the Syracuse defense during the 31-24 loss to the Orange at Rentschler Field on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016.
Independent gubernatorial candidate Oz Griebel answers a reporter's question backstage after the 2018 Gubernatorial Debate at UConn, hosted by WFSB at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts in Storrs, CT on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.
Vinnie Siena slides into home plate during the Huskies 4-3 loss against the East Carolina University Pirates at J.O. Christian Field on April 19, 2015. Siena was conversationally called out forcing the game to go into extra innings.
Jenny Tang performs with Illumin8 Dance Group as a part of Asian Nite 2015 in the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on Feb. 21, 2015. Asian Nite brings numerous clubs from the Asian American Cultural Center together to perform in front of the student body.
UConn's Jalen Adams (2) attempts a narrow pass through the University of Houston defense during the Huskies 74-65 victory over the Cougars on Friday, March 10, 2017 during the quarterfinals of the American Conference Tournament at the XL Center in Hartford, CT. Adams scored a team high 23 points.
Mary Deluca and a friend crowdsurf during HuskyTHON in the early hours of Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017 in the Greer Fieldhouse in Storrs, CT. This year HuskyTHON raised $836,174.52 for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
Damon Albarn, frontman of the band the Gorillaz, rocks out with the crowd during the band's set at the Meadows Music and Art Festival in New York City on Sept. 16, 2017.
UConn senior goalie Elaine Chuli (29) watches a puck fired by a Maine forward slide into the goal on at the Freitas Ice Forum in Storrs, Connecticut on Saturday, February 13, 2016. Chuli has spent her time since graduation training to play for the Canadian National Team.
UConn students take a selfie during the Indian Student Association's Holi 2017 celebration on the CLAS Quad on April 8, 2017 in Storrs, CT. Holi is the Hindu holiday that celebrates the return of spring.
Controversial conservative reporter Lucian Wintrich is grabbed by security after assaulting a protester at his lecture titled "It's Okay to Be White" on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017. Wintrich was drowned out by protesters and was escorted away by police for his and the audience's safety.
Levi Green joins other UConn students at the Rally for the People on Nov. 9, 2016 following the election of Donald J. Trump on the UConn campus. Students came out to show solidarity for minority and marginalized communities on campus that felt threatened by Trump's presidency.
Connecticut Gamblers strong safety Paul Vik attempts to salvage some kind of play out of his defense during the team's 49-0 loss to the Mass Warriors on Saturday, July 29, 2017 at Tolland High School. The Gamblers have been a decent team in past years but numerous injuries during the beginning of the season crippled the team.
UConn student Ed Ho performs an elbow freeze as UConn Breakdancing vice-president Dustin Ping looks on. The UConn Breakdancing club exists as a outlet for students to try out and perfect their breakdancing moves.
Sudanese immigrants Fouad Dagoum, Azhar Ahmed, Lames Abdelrahman and Kutti Dagoum welcome members of Connecticut Public Radio and the Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services into their New Haven home to show what a Sudanese-American Thanksgiving would look and taste like.
Eric Crúz Lopez stands in front of the Hartford Immigration Court on Nov. 30, 2017, three days before his DACA status ends. Crúz Lopez will return to his studies at UConn in the spring semester after taking a year off to organize and petition the university to end his suspension. Crúz Lopez plans to continue to organize when he returns to UConn.
A member of the Windham Center Fire Department engages in a water cannon vs water gun fight with some of the younger attendees of the Columbia 4th of July Parade. The hot temperatures led to many water gun fights throughout the day.
UConn students, faculty and staff attend the Candlelight Vigil for Memory and Justice on Aug. 30, 2017 behind the Student Union. The vigil was organized to fight the hate and intolerance that has been plaguing the country for weeks including a white supremacist march in Virginia that left one woman dead.
UConn freshman Jon Keens has face-paint applied by senior Karalyn Meineke ahead of the women's basketball teams 69-58 victory over no. 4 ranked Louisville on February 12, 2018 in Gampel Pavilion. Students traditionally get to the game 45 minutes to an hour before tip-off in order to prepare.
Pro and anti-Trump supporters confront each-other after an anti-Trump rally ended on the steps of the Student Union on Feb. 1, 2017. Relationships between right and left leaning students have been strained following the election of President Donald Trump the previous November.
Nicholas Hampton is a junior UConn student studying journalism and communication. He doesn't know exactly what he wants to do when he graduates but he thinks a professional headshot is a good place to start.