Record number of students commit to Conn in Early Decision
Connecticut College received a record number of applications from students applying to the first phase of our Early Decision program (ED I) for the Class of 2023.
Don’t be shocked by the North Carolina fraud allegations. Absentee ballots are much less secure than polling places.
Suttmann-Lea (@Mara_Suttmann) is an assistant professor in the department of government and international relations at Connecticut College.Read more
Conn College students create proposals for New London time capsule
Conn College students create proposals for New London time capsuleRead more
Worcester Living: Worcester native and podcast host Sam Seder takes life with a laugh - and thanks
1984 alum of Doherty Memorial High School, Seder graduated from Connecticut College and enrolled at Boston University School of Law, poisedRead more
The AIDS Memorial Quilt comes to Connecticut College
Students and staff at Connecticut College talk about the sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt on display in the Tansill Theater and itsRead more
How “Ban the Box” has helped (and hurt) the job prospects of people with criminal records
, and therefore less likely to be job-ready.” However, Connecticut College economics professor Terry-Ann Craigie, who studies justice reformRead more
The Rainbow Wave of 2018Read more
Massive early voting totals create election-night X-factor
/Siena polling models. Mara Suttmann, a professor of government at Connecticut College, noted that it’s hard to predict which party willRead more
Beware Of Household Overflow: All That Stuff Causes Stress And Waste
," says co-author Anthony Graesch, an assistant professor of anthropology at Connecticut College. "But we're really bad at ridding our homesRead more
Republicans would love to see Melania Trump on the campaign trail. She’s not going to do it.
scarce resources,” said MaryAnne Borrelli, a government professor at Connecticut College and the author of “The Politics of the President’sRead more
At Connecticut College, astronaut Mae Jemison encourages people to 'look up'
At Connecticut College, astronaut Mae Jemison encourages people to 'look up'Read more