Document Type


Publication Date

Winter 2006


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.


  • THE BATTLE OF EMINENT DOMAIN: A 2005 Supreme Court ruling continues to spark debate on and off campus - Stan DeCoster
  • WALKING THE BEAUTY PATH: Joan Lacouture Brink '67 finds inspiration in nature and takes basketry to new levels - Mary Howard
  • FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC: WCNI radio builds a bridge berween the College and New London communities - Ben Johnson '04
  • THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY: Freelance writer Crai Bower '84 looks back on his CC Romance
  • BEARING WITNESS: Activist, CC professor and self-proclaimed "race traitor" Mab Segrest devotes her life to ending hate crimes - Steven Stosberg
  • Notebook
  • Letters, etc
  • First column
  • Bioluminescence in the Caribbean
  • Environmentally friendly printmaking
  • New art faculty
  • Fainstein speaks in community
  • Photography and the Printed Page
  • Admission open house
  • Diwali dinner
  • What do guidebooks say about CC?
  • Gordon wins NEH grant
  • Berat Remak '07
  • Saving Thailand's elephants
  • Fall sports roundup
  • Coach Kline retires
  • Volleyball
  • Ink
  • Lives
  • Advancement
  • Class Notes

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