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Winter 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.


  • COUNTDOWN TO THE CENTENNIAL You're invited to the celebration of the century
  • A CENTURY OF SONG Connecticut College students have been singing for 100 years
  • UNSUNG HEROES, UNTOLD STORIES Michael King '75 and André Lee '93 hope to inspire a new generation with their documentaries
  • CHINA CONNECTION When students travel halfway across the world for college, everyone wins
  • PROFESSORS ON THE MOVE When it comes to the mind-body connection, these faculty provide textbook examples: themselves
  • HONOR CODE 101 Philosophy Professor Simon Feldman issues a challenge to new students
  • SOUNDING OFF Alumni composers trace the evolution of their stylistic voices
  • NEW TOWNS: WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE? An excerpt from Professor Ann Devlin's new book on America's built environment
  • IF THESE GLASS WALLS COULD TALK John Sherman '11 takes a fresh look at the relationship between Mies Va Der Rohe and Edith Farnsworth
  • THE CAMPAIGN FOR CONNECTICUT COLLEGE A planned gift can help you plan for your future
  • NOTEBOOK A record crowd at Fall Weekend, students lend a helping hand in Haiti and Tanzania, and more
  • ASK A CAMEL Esty Wood-Satran '92 cooks up a College favorite
  • FIRST PERSON Justine Kelly '09 hopes the U.S. won't abandon cap-and-trade
  • LIVES Teacher of the Year Jennifer Lawson M'01; Mary Ann Allen Marcus '52's great discovery
  • INK
  • CLASS NOTES Tammie Clayton Reid '01 is in the Volunteer Spotlight; Camels in the Crowd; Alumni Connections

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