Document Type


Publication Date

Spring 2000


Connecticut College Magazine is published by Connecticut College. The magazine's mission is to maintain ties between the college, its alumni and all other constituents, and to report on issues of importance to these groups.


  • Letters, etc
  • The President's Page
  • "Seize the real future": Commencement 2000
  • Truman Scholar is a leader
  • This Watson winner is going places
  • New Latin American studies major offers world of possibilities
  • Art shots
  • In love with Shakespeare
  • Giant mosaic on loan from Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Fine dining
  • Spring sports highlights
  • Eugene O'Neill: up close and personal
  • Why canyons curve
  • Scholar wins Guggenheim Fellowship
  • Teamwork earns award for "Plex" construction
  • Visiting her father's house
  • New scholarship
  • VERBATIM: Four "senior" citizens offer advice to future students - and to all of us
  • CHAPTER & VERSE: Women and the military; a new biography of O'Neill; sanctuary gardening
  • THE BIGHEARTED MILLIONAIRE: Morton F. Plant just wanted to "go out to the ball game" on a June evening in 1911, but the second meeting of Connecticut College's first trustees seemed as if it would never end. "Would it help you any if I just gave you a million dollars?" he asked. - Catherine Phinizy '71
  • INTO THE RAINFOREST: Up in the trees or under the seas, spring break in Belize is an eye-opener
  • A MATTER OF HONOR: The enduring legacy of CC's honor code. Should the honor code be changed after nearly 80 years? - Okey Ndibe
  • RESTORING NORTH AMERICA'S BIRDS: Understanding the ancient landscapes of North America and how humans have changed them is essential for protecting bird populations - Robert A. Askins
  • TRANSFORMATIONS: Giving opportunities for Connecticut College's new Strategic Plan
  • CLASS NOTES: Class Correspondents' reports
  • PEER PROFILES: Amy Greenberg Poster '68, curator and chairman of Asian art, Brooklyn Museum of Art; Jacqueline Buza-Galica '75, rheumatologist, Gaylord Hospital, Wallingford, Conn.; Leland Orser '82, film and television actor; Carter Wood '93, singer/songwriter



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