Document Type


Publication Date

Summer 1995


Official publication of the Connecticut College Alumni Association and Connecticut College.


  • President's Page: Possible solutions to some of our society's entrenched problems
  • Word for Word: Readers react to Democracy and Diversity
  • Campus View: A dean who listens; pro ball in our backyard; more outdoor art
  • Chapter and Verse: Two new books about family ties - one fiction, one not
  • Verbatim: Russell Baker to graduates: "Do not go forth!"
  • 77th Commencement
  • Reunion '95
  • Why Waco? - Eugene Gallagher and James Tabor
  • In Search of Mascots - Catherine A. Phinizy '71
  • What's Love Got to Do With It? - Bernard I. Murstein
  • Class Notes: Camel peers who love Scotland, gardens and Walt Disney Studios
  • Alumni Newsmakers: Fireballs: Three alumni who are fighting for better cities
  • Last Look: Sometimes you've gotta wonder: Is there such thing as an original idea?

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