Document Type


Publication Date

Spring 1998


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


  • The President's Page
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Nationwide searches yield new professors
  • New programs offer connections to community
  • "Harry Chapin" web site
  • Hall of Fame honors four
  • Composing Ruth Seeger's history
  • The Plex gets buff
  • CONNotations: News in Brief
  • CHAPTER AND VERSE: Joan Stevens Bingham '57 revives Grovel Atlantic Press with the bestselling novel Cold Mountain; Author Gayl Jones '71 explores new territory in her novel The Healing; Professor J. Alan Winter shares insight on Jewish Choices: American Jewish Denominationalism

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