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Publication Date

Summer 2001


CC: 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.


  • By Unanimous Choice: Norman Fainstein is named the ninth president of Connecticut College - Lisa Brownell
  • We Came to Tell the Truth: A scholar of Asian history helps the victims of war crimes define their past - Alexis Dudden, assistant professor of history
  • A Husband's Story: An alumna's husband shares her battle with breast cancer - David Treadwell
  • Commencement 2001: Jazz great Wynton Marsalis inspires the graduating class
  • Reunion 2001: A celebration of the College at 90 and the achievements of a former president
  • Transformations: Giving opportunities for the College's Strategic Plan
  • President's page
  • CC: letters
  • CC: notebook
  • Reflections on an execution
  • For whom the bells toll
  • Switching on renewable energy
  • O'Neill's landmarks
  • Venus and the Lute Player
  • Science on summer vacation
  • Being with belugas
  • Environmental justice
  • Summer Reading
  • CC: class notes
  • CC: ink
  • CC: people
  • CC: scene

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