Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 1977


Official publication of the Connecticut College Alumni Association.


  • The College
  • Toward Greater Breadth and Integration - Minor Myers
  • The City on the Thames Revisited
  • The Domestic Architecture of New London - Edgar Mayhew
  • It Sure Beats Retirement - Ruby Turner Morris
  • Hot Spots: A guide to New London's Offbeat Attractions
  • The Bank Street Urban Renewal Project - Richard Arms
  • In the Beginning - Gertrude Noyes
  • Eugene O'Neill: New London's Misbegotten Genius - Margaret Jacobsen Cusick '21
  • Mister Detmold Goes to Smith - Charles Shain
  • On Being a Black Feminist - Barbara Walker '66
  • Who Was Agnes Leahy? - Helen Haase Johnson '66
  • Letters
  • Class Notes

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