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Summer 7-2022


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.


  • What you can't see: To document Arctic climate change, Susana Hancock '07 joins an expedition across Svalbord, an archipelago located north of the Arctic Circle
  • The War in Ukraine: Eugene B. Kogan '03, who recently concluded a five-year term as the inaugural research and executive director of Harvard's American Secretaries of State Project, talks about Russia's war in Ukraine
  • Existence is an Oddball Thing: Astrophysicist Samuel Harvey Moseley Jr. '72 worked on a key component of the James Webb Space Telescope, the largest, most powerful and most complex space science telescope ever built
  • Practice. And Craft: Composer Brian Field '90, whose work includes music for television and the stage, returns to Conn
  • Notebook: Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley '00, Earth Day, Fulbrights & Watson, Conn students star in the Netflix film Don't Look Up, 'Twas the Night Before Pride, Rosanne Cash, and Senior Speaker Emma Gould '22
  • Defy Boundaries: Conn announces the campaign and celebrates the Athey Center
  • Class Notes
  • Full Stop: In Memoriam, Helen Reeve

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