Abolish slavery but deny citizenship? According to Carroll Smith-Rosenberg ’57, one 19th century author proposed this radical idea.
This weekend brings another event in the "Sundays with Alumni" series, in which former students return to Connecticut College to share their professional experiences and advice about their chosen fields.
On Sunday, Dec., 4, three alumni will discuss their careers in the fast-paced worlds of entertainment and social media. They are:
- Richard Kappler '04, program planning manager at VH1 in New York (film studies major)
- Lauren Matison '06, co-founder and editor of offManhattan.com and writer/blogger for Grist.org, Cosmopolitan Magazine and The Huffington Post (English major)
- Kathryn Whitney '07, YouTube specialist for online media sales at Google, Inc. in Boston (religious studies major)
This "Sundays with Alumni" panel will convene on at 4 p.m. on Dec. 4 in Cro's Nest, located in the College Center at Crozier-Williams. The event - co-sponsored by the Office of Advancement and the SGA Advancement Committee - will be moderated by Jazmine Hughes '12, editor in chief of The College Voice.
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 860-439-2300 or email@example.com.
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Amy Martin (860) 439-2526, firstname.lastname@example.org