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Fall 10-2023


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  • How He Got to Sesame Street: With an ‘insane level of optimism,’ Jordan Geary ’04 creates children’s programming for the streaming generation
  • Bearing Witness: Professor Kate Rushin’s poetry brings to life the stories of Connecticut residents born into slavery in the 1700s
  • Echoes of Devotion: Tom Hudner ’95 reflects on lessons from his war hero father and the remarkable man he tried to save in North Korea
  • The Florida Effect: Political moves impacting college curricula are a grave threat to academic freedom
  • Notebook: Shakespeare in the Arbo, In the Round, president emerita, Summer@Conn, One Book One Region, 50 Years of Unity, Ice Cream Social, Victory on Ice, Hollywood on the Picket Lines, Ink & Tracks
  • Defy Boundaries: Connecticut College raises $317.5 million in record-breaking campaign
  • Class Notes
  • Full Stop: Viewfinder

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