Connecticut College Magazine · Fall 2009


Physicist Mohamed Diagne ´97 follows in the footsteps of retiring Professor Arlan Mantz. Photo by Ron Cowie

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Tradition or Cliché? Forward or Backward?

Reflections on teaching by Hisae Kobayashi, senior lecturer in Japanese

New York Illuminated: Prints from the Fanny Wetmore Collection at Connecticut College

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Oriental Bittersweet and Other Invasive Species: Americans in North America

Honors thesis by Myles Green ´09, winner of this year´s Oakes and Louise Ames Award.

Laser Focus

By David Holahan

A favorite son returns to the College as a physics professor, filling the post of his retiring mentor

New $8 Million Fitness Center Debuts

By Barbara Nagy

Gifts through the Campaign for Connecticut College funded 10,000-square-foot facility

Reunion 2009

By Barbara Nagy, Rachel Harrington and Phoebe Hall

Alumni return to the College for a weekend of friends, fun and sun View a slideshow of Reunion 2009

Measuring What Our Students Learn

Edited by Lisa Brownell. Illustration by Brad Yeo.

Dean Roger Brooks talks about how the College assesses student learning and outcomes

The 60-Second Philosopher

By Amy Martin

Professor Andrew Pessin is on a mission to make philosophy fun


By Rachel Harrington

Debo Adegbile ´91 argued before the Supreme Court to preserve the Voting Rights Act

Beyond Black & White

By Phoebe Hall

Mike Tauber ´94 and Pamela Singh ´95 cross the color lines in their new book on mixed-race America

Cheese Wiz

By Beth Brosnan

Allison Reisner Hooper ´81 has been making cheese since studying abroad in France

First Person

By Daniella DeFilippo Garran ´94

Daniella DeFilippo Garran ´94 finds inspiration in her students

Ask a Camel

By Joanna Gillia ´07

Yoga instructor Jennifer Schelter ´88 offers tips to reduce stress

Tradition or Cliché? Forward or Backward?

by Hisae Kobayashi

Reflections on teaching by Hisae Kobayashi, senior lecturer in Japanese

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