Document Type


Publication Date

Spring 1973


Official publication of the Connecticut College Alumni Association.


  • The Tragedy of Indo-American Relations - Edward I. Brodkin
  • The Challenge to Democracy - Chester Bowles
  • India's Role in the East - Anne Lopatto '72
  • The Champa Flower - Rabindranath Tagore
  • Diversity: Hinduism's Hallmark and Greatest Glory - Ivan A. Strenski
  • India at Home - Padmakar Karve
  • "... the Splendor of Splendid Things." - Charles T. Price
  • Witness to Bangladesh - Martha Alter Chen '65
  • A Visitor's View - Wendy Stuart Wade '73
  • Recommended Reading - Susan D. Kronick '73
  • In the Mailbox
  • Class Notes
  • In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Garabed K. Daghlian - Gertrude N. Noyes '25

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