Connecticut College Magazine · Summer 2011

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Seth Stulen '07 served as a Peace Corps volunteer after graduation and is now a regional coordinator for the organization in Panama.

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Summer 2011 Online Exclusives

READ: More Peace Corps experiences from Connecticut College alums

READ: CC alums reflect on Maureen McCabe's lasting influence and inspiration

VIEW: A slide show from Centennial Commencement and see the list of graduates

LISTEN: Hear our new Centennial Song!


A Shared History of Global Service

By Elizabeth Hamilton

The Peace Corps & Connecticut College mark a 50 year partnership


Making Waves

by Whit Richardson '02

Jay Lauf '86 charts a new course for the Atlantic


Teaching Outside the Box

by Lisa Brownell

After four decades at the College, Prof. Maureen McCabe sings her swan song


A Quiet Hero: Carl Kimmons '73

by Charles Levandoski '73

Now 91 years old, this former history teacher made history himself as one of the first African-American naval officers and a WWII hero


Science Centered

by Barbara Nagy

A $25 million-plus Campaign project will transform New London Hall into a state-of-the-art center for the life sciences


'Art will help you get through life'

Connecticut College alums reflect on Maureen McCabe's lasting influence and inspiration


More stories from Peace Corps alums

By Elizabeth Hamilton

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