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Fall 10-2022


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  • The 'Cornivore' on TV: With a new show on the Magnolia Network, culinary anthropologist Casey Corn '10 helps families recreate lost heirloom recipes.
  • Guardian of the Frogs: A deadly fungus is killing the world's amphibians. Professor Taegan McMahon is determined to save them.
  • Race Across Generations: A faculty-led initiative pairs young and old residents of New London to document their stories of struggle and triumph.
  • Mission Possible: Under Secretary of the Navy Erik Raven '96 is addressing some of the most pressing issues facing today's military
  • Notebook: Hendricks at The Frick, Class of 2026 breaks records, Summer of Science, Being Heumann, Conn opens first downtown residence for students, Alexander Vindman speaks on campus
  • Defy Boundaries: Donors make a collective impact through the annual fund and endow greatness with gifts that keep on giving
  • Class Notes
  • Full Stop: A Great Sign

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