Document Type


Publication Date

Spring 1981


Official publication of the Connecticut College Alumni Association.


  • Religious cults in America: Even Moonies have rights - Eugene Gallagher
  • Religious cults in America: Parents, too, have rights - Rabbi James Rosenberg
  • On taking risks: The parable of the talents - The Rev. David Robb
  • Women priests: The human in response to the divine - The Rev. Margaret Brown Gunness '59
  • On with the wind: Ten watts of WCNI - Nicole Gorden '81
  • Not a lot of hot air - Seth Stone '82
  • Connecticut athletics come of age - Seth Stone '82
  • Round & About
  • Letters
  • In Memoriam
  • Class Notes

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