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Winter 2-2023


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


  • LFG: Oscar-winning filmmakers Sean Fine ’96 and Andrea Nix Fine take viewers inside the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s fight for equal pay
  • The War on Schools: As America debates the future of public K-12 education, Professor Daniel Moak answers the question: How did we get here?
  • Race Across Generations: A faculty-led initiative pairs young and old residents of New London to document their stories of struggle and triumph
  • After Afghanistan: Humanitarian Dana Hartman Freyer ’65 reflects on the plight and resilience of the Afghan people
  • Making Contact: Artists from around the world gathered on Conn’s campus to challenge perspectives on what it means to engage, assemble and participate
  • Notebook: The Moors, addressing housing equity, fourth annual All-College Symposium, chess champions, helping Ukrainians abroad, the AIDS Quilt returns to campus, Professor Jefferson Singer expounds on what haunts our young people, Conn celebrates its spectacular revitalized waterfront
  • Defy Boundaries: The Heart of Campus: A transformed Cro will become a dynamic new space to ignite student life
  • Class Notes
  • Full Stop: Taking Her Shot

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