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Publication Date

Summer 2010


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.


  • Knowledge is Power: Speakers challenge Class of 2010 to live life to the fullest
  • Building 'A Doll's House': Directing adds a little drama to the final semester of Julia Berman '10
  • Mission: Possible: Alumni and students seek humanitarian solutions around the world
  • Striking: The 1970 strike left a lasting impression on those who experienced it
  • Inbred Jed: The strenuous life of a B-movie zombie The Campaign for Connecticut College: A diary magnate's unusual gift honors his daughter's 50th Reunion Letters to the Editor
  • President's Page News Roundup
  • Notebook: Founders Day celebration, science and writing standouts, best lacrosse season ever, and more...
  • First Person: Sondra Gelb Myers '55 draws comparisons between Rwanda and Haiti
  • Ask a Camel: Natalie Hildt '97 can help you save energy at home
  • Lives: Dancer Nicholas Leichter '94; illustrator Anna Raff '88; humanitarian Adam Boros '02
  • Ink
  • Class Notes: Volunteering spotlight on Jennifer Scott '94; Camels in the Crowd; obituaries; Alumni Connections



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