Document Type


Publication Date

Winter 2005


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.


  • NEW VOICES NEW FICTION Three young CC alumni have beaten the odds and published their first novels to critical acclaim
  • FINDING THE RIGHT FIT The record-breaking numbers behind Admission add up to a process that is still highly personal — finding the right students for CC
  • JUST ENOUGH Laura Nash '70 of Harvard Business School explores a new definition of success in a new book
  • THE ROAD FROM KISINGA It's been a long journey to Connecticut College for Beatrice Biira '08, but it all started with a simple gift
  • notebook
  • letters, etc.
  • first column
  • fall weekend 2004
  • multicultural faculty award
  • convocation honors
  • summer music
  • Red Sox win
  • camel bytes
  • commencement speaker
  • getting out the vote
  • boundless playground
  • campus scrapbook
  • hall of fame
  • lacrosse commissioner
  • olympic spirit
  • ink
  • lives
  • advancement
  • class notes

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