Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 1997


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


  • Features: Water, water, everywhere
  • The Reef - Dan Clem' 98
  • The Mystery of the Lakes - Robert Hamilton
  • Fast on the Water - Jenny Marchick '99


  • President's Page: Creativity embraces all the disciplines
  • Word for Word: Gotcha again; more on The Path to Unity
  • Campus View: On the waterfront: derelict ships, a neglected family graveyard and a lesson about perseverance, camels at sea, and more
  • Chapter and Verse: A biography of the woman behind Silent Spring
  • Verbatim: Robert Ballard on the vast, unexplored undersea world
  • Reunion'97: Camels return to their favorite watering hole
  • Portfolio: Seascapes from the Lyman Allyn Art Museum
  • A Time to Lead: Celebrating the Arts Initiative with a major gift
  • Class Notes
  • Peers: Getting an airport off the ground; medical news
  • Last Look: Sun-tanning 101 at Ocean Beach

These digital collections have been created from historical documents that reflect the sensibilities of creators in historical times and may contain opinions, language, images, or other content that modern readers may find offensive. The Lear Center and Connecticut College do not endorse the attitudes expressed therein. The Lear Center presents these documents as part of the historical record and recognizes the imperative not to alter it. In some cases, it may be possible to add notes or comments correcting verified errors, but these exceptions will not be applied in a way that changes the appearance of the authentic record.



The views expressed in this paper are solely those of the author.