Connecticut College Magazine · Fall 2003

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Wilderness, the Wild and the Leave No Trace Ethic

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Forever Green

by Leslie Limon

Dozens of Connecticut College alumni have earned the distinction of being “forever green” by virtue of the work they do.

In recent years, the College’s Goodwin-Niering Center for Conservation Biology and Environmental Studies created the CCBES Environmental Achievement Award to recognize and celebrate CC alumni.


Seeing the Forest and the Trees

When David Foster ´77, recipient of the Goodwin-Niering Center Alumni Environmental Achievement Award in 2002, puts a human face on the landscape. He has served as director of Harvard forest since 1990.


A Natural Biographer

Linda Lear ’62, recipient of the Goodwin-Niering Center Alumni Environmental Achievement Award in 1999, illuminates the lives of environmental activists.


Shooting on the Fly

Filmmaker Judith H. Irving ’68, recipient of the Goodwin-Niering Center Alumni Environmental Achievement Award in 2000, strives to capture the beat of life.


Re-greening the Big Apple

Restoration and preservation are long-term propositions for Alexander Brash ’81, recipient of the 2003 Goodwin-Niering Center Alumni Environmental Achievement Award.


Finding the right fit

by David Treadwell

Thousands of travel miles, thousands of applications and thousands of decisions all add up to the fact that college admissions is more than a numbers game. It´s intensely personal.

Thousands of travel miles, thousands of applications and thousands of decisions all add up to the fact that college admissions is more than a numbers game. It´s intensely personal.

 
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