Document Type


Publication Date

Winter 2002


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.


  • Inside the Mind of a Terrorist: An interview with Bruce Hoffman '76, senior terrorism expert at the RAND Corporation
  • Techno-Cats: Graduates of the college's Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology are thinking out-of-the-box in their careers - Mary Howard
  • Alien Beings, Alien Worlds: A glimpse inside the classroom of sci-fi and fantasy expert, Philip Ray - Lisa Brownell
  • Sharing Sacred Spaces: Senior Matthew Ayers '02 focuses his camera on New Londoners at worship
  • Stroke of Genius: The Chu-Griffis Collection of Asian Art has a new home - Brian Rogers
  • Transformations: Giving opportunities at the college
  • CC: letters
  • CC: first column
  • CC: notebook
  • Life under an honor code
  • Commencement speaker announced
  • Inauguration plans
  • Alumna named dean of admission
  • David Dorfman '81 dances back
  • Remembering Ocean Beach
  • CC: sports
  • Camels in winter
  • Search for Understanding: Reflections by Marian Doro
  • CC: class notes
  • CC: ink
  • CC: people
  • CC: scene

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