Connecticut College Magazine · Fall 2005

Features:

Mach Arom ´89: Rebuilding hope for Thai tsunami victims

Kathryn Bard ´68: Somewhere in Egypt

Who cares about Haiti?

Venturing into Iran: Beyond the warning

Gloria Hollister Anable ’24: Into the deep

Gaida Ozols Fuller ´74: Six months in Uganda

Sarah Trapido ´08: Going 13,000 miles on veggie oil

Yoko Shimada ´99: Fighting the war on AIDS in East Africa



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The extra mile: Journeys that make a difference

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Going the extra mile

When CC alumni pack their bags, it’s not for a pleasure trip. They travel for a reason: to help others, to search for answers or to lobby for a cause. From high in the Himalayas to deep in the ocean, they’ve taken risks to go the extra mile. Read here about Daryl Hawk ´79 and look for other CC alumni under the Features column at left.


On traveling, teaching and storytelling

by Lindsey Harlan, professor of religious studies

Some thoughts on research - and marauding monkeys.

Professor Harlan presented these remarks in Palmer Auditorium at Convocation, September 1.


Ask him anything

by Mary Howard

Readers of Cosmopolitan magazine´s "Ask Him Anything" column receive answers from Jonathan Small ´89.


Impressions of Berlin: Memory and the Holocaust

by Matthew Magida ´07

When junior Matt Magida ´07 traveled to Berlin last semester with his history class, it was an emotional visit to the city his family fled just before the Holocaust.


Poetry

by Yibing Huang

"Mistaken Love," a poem from assistant professor of Chinese Yibing Huang´s latest work Stone Turtle Poems

 
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