Connecticut College Magazine · Spring 2009


The Professor, the Goddess and the Tiger: Sufia Uddin studies the roots of a jungle cult

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CC: Online Exclusives Spring 2009

How two houses became one:Architectural studies student Blake McDonald ´09 reveals the hidden history of five buildings that predate the College

Slideshow: Photographer Milton Moore remembers Charles Chu

Hear the heavy metal tuba sounds of Gary Buttery

The Goddess and the Tiger

Story by Alex Barnett

A new faculty member GOES deep into the jungle to advance her theory of how global religious traditions evolve

In the glow of Alfred Nobel

by Marc Zimmer

His work with green fluorescent protein put Marc Zimmer, the Barbara Zaccheo Kohn ´72 Professor of Chemistry, among the luminaries of science at the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm in December.

The Search for Home

by Gabrielle Kaminsky ´09

Herbert Randolph Bennett Jr. ´09 first became homeless when he was 4 years old.

Giving back

by Barbara Nagy and Rachel Harrington

Annual Fund donors are giving where and when the need is greatest

Monument to Lincoln

by Alex Barnett

In 1997, Professor Michael Burlingame signed a contract to deliver a new biography of Abraham Lincoln in time for the bicentennial of Lincoln´s birth, Feb. 12, 2009. He just made it: Abraham Lincoln: A Life (Johns Hopkins University Press) was published in December.

A new setting for old treasures

by Susan Kietzman ´82

The Linda Lear Center for Special Collections and Archives opens the door on new opportunities for research

Cancer in the Crosshairs

by Leslie Rovetti

Ellen Vitetta ´64 is targeting cancer with new therapies

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