Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 1987


Official publication of the Connecticut College Alumni Association.


  • Telling the Story in a Memoir - Laura Sheerin Gaus '50
  • A Tale in "Oh! What a Beautiful Morning" - Theodore S. Chapin '72
  • Puppetry and Bart Roccoberton - Steven R. Tunnell '87
  • Conn College and the Rebirth of Storytelling - Kristi Vaughan '75
  • Minority Weekend '87 - Robin L. Wilson '82
  • Round and About
  • Directions - Martha E. Gifford '73
  • Class Notes
  • In Memorium
  • Rachel Burrell and a Center for Grieving - Jill Whitney '84
  • Forestry Amid the Masses - Gregg Hartvigsen '84, MA '87
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Alumni Council

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