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Publication Date

Fall 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.


  • CAMERA READY Anna Reno Geddes '93, captures hundreds of alumni on film at Reunion
  • TREE KEEPER Grounds Supervisor Jim Luce bans topiary, goes native and revolutionizes the campus landscape
  • ALL THE WRITE REASONS Craig Timberg '92 wants to change Western preconceptions with his book on AIDS in Africa
  • LESSONS LEARNED Alumni remember their favorite professors and the words that still guide them today
  • BIRD'S EYE VIEW The Great Depression was a time of tremendous physical growth on campus
  • FOOD FOR THOUGHT Through education and activism, Michelle Moon '93 plants the seeds for a sustainable future
  • THE NEW NEW LONDON HALL The College will invest more than $20 million in a new state-of-the-art science center
  • THE CAMPAIGN FOR CONNECTICUT COLLEGE With three years left and $58 million to go, four priorities shape the Campaign - and the College
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Web Exclusives
  • President's Page
  • News Roundup
  • Notebook:Get ready for the Centennial, Vietnamese diplomats visit campus where roommates come from, and more ...
  • First Person: Med student Jeremy Whyman '04 finds much to admire in Britain's health care system
  • Ask a Camel: Ann Reno Geddes '93 can help you take better photos
  • Lives:The Rev. Joanna Hollis '97; education entrepreneur Dana Curran Mortensen '97
  • Ink
  • Class Notes:Reunion 2010 recap; Camels in the Crowd; obituaries; Alumni Connections

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