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Spring 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.


  • Asking the Tough Questions: The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity is challenging the campus culture and changing the curriculum
  • In Character: Costume designer Sabrina Notarfrancisco brings College theater productions to life
  • Trading Places: An unofficial cultural exchange between the College and Vietnam has flourished over the past decade
  • Songs for the Dying: Playing her harp, Jennifer Hollis '95 brings comfort to the terminally ill
  • Of Dreams and D-Minuses: Aaron Maines '95 overcame his early struggles with Italian to become one of the foremost translators of Italian to English
  • The Right Stuff: You already know Molly Kidder '02 - as Dr. Megan Mostow of "Grey's Anatomy"
  • We Can Do It!: Connecticut College students supported WWII on the home front
  • Crossroad in Copenhagen: An eyewitness account of the 2009 Climate Change Conference - Jessica LeClair '08
  • The Campaign for Connecticut College: An anonymous alumna gives $1 million to support science education
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Web Exclusives
  • President's Page
  • News Roundup
  • Notebook: Professor Barkley Hendricks wins national art award, the College has a new look for the Centennial, alumni flock to the Peace Corps, and more...
  • First Person: His liberal arts education helps Kip Doble '07 navigate the field of finance
  • Ask a Camel: Bonnie Rockoff Marcus '70 knows how to stay marketable in a down economy
  • Lives: Computer whiz Alex Lanstein '07; IVUmed volunteer Ellen Feldman Thorp '74
  • Ink
  • Class Notes: Memories of a housefellow; Camels in the Crowd; obituaries; Alumni Connections



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