Connecticut College Magazine · Spring 2010

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students try belly dancing at an international lunch last semester. Photo by Bob Handelman.

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A Waning National Symbol

Joanna Gillia ´07 explores Argentine beef´s past, present and future. View the story and slide show here

Fellini´s Diary

In spring 2007, Aaron Maines ´95 had the good fortune to be asked to translate filmmaker Federico Fellini´s personal diary. See a slideshow of Fellini´s diary here

Dress Rehearsal

Photographer A. Vincent Scarano documented an evening dress rehearsal on the stage of Palmer Auditorium as students prepared for a two-night dance concert. View the slide show here

Of Dreams and D-Minuses

By Aaron Maines ´95

An alumnus overcomes his early struggles with Italian to become one of the foremost translators of Italian to English


Asking the Tough Questions

By Mary Howard

The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity is challenging the campus culture and changing the curriculum


Trading Places

By Stan DeCoster

An unofficial cultural exchange between Connecticut College and Vietnam has flourished over the last decade


Songs for the Dying

By Rachel Harrington

Jennifer Hollis ´95 brings comfort to the terminally ill with her harp


The Right Stuff

By Rachel Harrington

You already know Molly Kidder ´02 — as Dr. Megan Mostow of “Grey´s Anatomy”


In the Company of Royalty

By Lisa Brownell

Nguyen Quynh Trang ´03, the College´s first Vietnamese graduate, launches her diplomatic career


Crossroad in Copenhagen

By Jessica LeClair ´08

An alumna joins the struggle for real change at the 2009 Climate Change Conference


In Character

By Caroline Gransee ´09

Costume designer Sabrina Notarfrancisco brings College theater productions to life


A Waning National Symbol

By Joanna Gillia ´07

The politics of beef in Argentina

 
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