Connecticut College Magazine · Winter 2014

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Katherine Bergeron, Connecticut College's 11th president. Photo by Harold Shapiro

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A New Voice

The College's musically accomplished new president, Katherine Bergeron, has struck a chord with people everywhere she's been. Her new challenge: orchestrating the future of a beloved institution.


A Gavel Through a Glass Ceiling

By Liam Farrell

Breaking a judicial gender barrier was only one accomplishment in the legal career of Patricia M. Wald '48, recently awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.


A Most Beautiful Campus

Photos by Matt Cashore

In 2012 the former weekly news magazine Newsweek (now online only) and the college rankings website College Prowler placed Connecticut College at No. 10 on their list of the “Top 25 Most Beautiful Schools” in the country. View a slideshow of shots that didn't make into print.


Never Out of Characters

by Chris Nashawaty '91

The sister-in-law of Clyde in “Bonnie & Clyde” in the '60s and the mother of “Roseanne” in the '90s, Oscar-winning actress Estelle Parsons '49 is still winning roles and ovations at age 86


The Horror Upstairs

By Elizabeth Dias with Jim Downs

The largest known massacre of gay people in U.S. history remains unsolved and little understood


Lives

Wallis Nicita '67, Dorothy Roberts '50, Anita L. DeFrantz '74, Jeff Berman '93, John D. Cohen '83 P'17 and Molly Hayward '10


Ink

by Eileen Jenkins

The downside of trout fishing, and seven other alumni and faculty titles


5 Things You Probably Don't Know About… the Brontë Sisters

by Janet Gezari


Five years out

by Ed Cohen

A look at the whereabouts of the Class of 2008


Letters to the Editor

Unabridged letters from the Winter 2014 issue

 
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