Connecticut College Magazine · Winter 2010

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Countdown to the Centennial! Photo of Blaustein Humanities Center by Harold Shapiro.

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• SLIDE SHOW: Students fly through the air with the greatest of ease at a trapeze school in New York City - View here

• SLIDE SHOW: Penney Jade Beaubrun '11, and Christina Burrell '11, cared for children at an orphanage in Les Cayes, Haiti, in the wake of the 2010 earthquake - View here

• SLIDE SHOW: Alex Roberto Hybel, a native of Argentina, the Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government at Connecticut College, decided to take the measure of all of Latin America last summer, one mile at a time - View here

• VIDEO: Brigid O'Gorman '11 reports on a living tribute to the late Elizabeth Durante '10 in Uganda - View here

• VIDEO: A time-lapse video by Andrew Nathanson '13 shows Connecticut College art students taking part in an all-day charcoal-drawing marathon led by visiting artist Clive King. View here

• AUDIO: Hear some of our alumni composers 'sounding off' - Listen here


Sounding Off

By David A. Brensilver

Alumni composers trace the evolution of their stylistic voices


A Century of Song

By Susan B. Kietzman '82


Honor Code 101

Philosophy Professor Simon Feldman issues a challenge to incoming freshmen at convocation


Unsung Heroes, Untold Stories

By Franz Ritt

As they shed light on struggles large and small, two alumni filmmakers hope to inspire a new generation


Countdown to the Centennial

By Lisa Brownell

You're invited to the celebration of the century


China Connection

By Elizabeth Hamilton

When students travel halfway across the world for college, everyone wins


The Campaign for Connecticut College

By Barbara Nagy

This gift can help you plan your future


Head of the class

By Beth Brosnan

Jennifer Lawson MAT'03 is Vermont's 2011 Teacher of the Year


On the origin of a windfall

By Whit Richardson '02

A first edition of Darwin's seminal work, hiding in plain sight


If these glass walls could talk

By John Sherman '11

John Sherman '11, an art history major, writes about the relationship between architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and his client Edith Farnsworth


Restless Lives

Alex Roberto Hybel, a native of Argentina, the Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government at Connecticut College, decided to take the measure of all of Latin America last summer, one mile at a time.

 
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