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The Founders Day festivities on April 5 -- including a historical talk, birthday cake and tea, and the first public performance of the new Centennial song -- will mark the 100th anniversary of the day the College was chartered in 1911.
The Harkness Chapel bell will ring 100 times and everyone will meet on Tempel Green for an all-campus photo.
The celebration begins at 1:15 p.m. and you're welcome to join us. More about Founders Day.
Can't be here April 5? Follow the festivities on our Facebook page that day.
Other April Centennial events
Diversity Conference: The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity is sponsoring a day-long conference on the history and future of diversity at Connecticut College on April 2. Former dean Robert Hampton is the keynote speaker. Register online now.
1911: A Transnational Perspective: Six professors will look back at 1911 through the eyes of different disciplines. April 14, 4 p.m. Ernst Common Room, Blaustein.
Centennial Lecture on Gender: "Ida B. Wells, 1911 and the Quest for Immortality," by Paula J. Giddings, professor of Afro-American studies at Smith College. April 14 at 7 p.m. Ernst Common Room, Blaustein.