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Winter 2020


CC: Connecticut College Magazine is published by the Office of College Relations. 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.

  • Notebook Dance is Sprout Garden, 1619, polar art, Japanese paintings, shopping while black, distraction professor and urban renewable in New London
  • Athletic Updates Keeper of the Year
  • Class Notes
  • Full Stops Women's lacrosse, circa 1956
  • Honk Kong Spring Aim Sinpeng '05 sheds lights on Hong Kong's unrest.
  • The Wall David Patton, professor of government and international relations, writes about living in Berlin during the fall of the Wall
  • This Hard Land The Easter Pequots struggle to reclaim tribal territory.
  • The Q Initiative IBM's Fletcher Previn '00 talks about quantum computing
  • The Carnivore Conflict Andrew Stein '99 founded the CLAWS Conservancy, a nonprofit promoting human-wildlife coexistence

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