Document Type


Publication Date

Summer 2003


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.


  • LEAP OF FAITH: COMMENCEMENT 2003: The class of 2003 made a spirited exit from their campus home as thousands cheered them on. Author Wally Lamb offered insights for his son Jared's classmates.
  • REUNION: Hundreds of alumni created new memories during a stellar celebration
  • LEARNING FROM LAKE LAKAMAGA: Architectural historian Abby Van Slyck, the Dayton Associate Professor of Art History, explores the hidden cultural messages in America's summer camps
  • LESSONS FROM THE NAVAJO: A young alumnus discovers something greater than what he was seeking - Tim Host '02
  • REHEARSAL: THE DANCER AND THE DANCE: A photo essay by Evans Ward of dance majors Frank Stansky '03 and Nile Russell '04
  • CC REMEMBERS CHARLES SHAIN: When President Charles Shain died last spring, he brought to life countless memories for the alumni, faculty and friends who will always remember him
  • notebook
  • letters, etc
  • first column
  • dayton retires
  • new alumni director
  • professor wins Fulbright
  • summer reading
  • Parsons' Salome
  • Shakespeare kickoff
  • eye music
  • voices we heard
  • Watson winner
  • Sept. 11 memorial garden
  • College medal
  • conference in Cuba
  • women and militarism
  • perspective on Jessica Lynch
  • faculty retirees
  • ink
  • lives
  • advancement
  • class notes
  • scene

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