What the Eyes Don’t See
A full slate of programs and activities awaited Camels of all ages on Friday including a photoshoot for National Coming Out Day, a career networking event, seminar experiences for parents and alumni, a keynote address with climate author David Wallace-Wells, and performances from the Connecticut College Theater Department, the College's a cappella groups, and PRISM.
Associate VP for Facilities Management and Campus Planning Trina Learned discusses the founding of the College, the creation of campus and its historical preservation during her First Year Seminar, "Past, Present, and Future of the Connecticut College Campus." #CCFallWeekend pic.twitter.com/EF8Ei4ICBz— Connecticut College (@ConnCollege) October 11, 2019
On day two of Fall Weekend, alumni, students, families and friends were invited to attend the State of the College with President Bergeron, visit The Hale Center for Career Development for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and cheer on the Connecticut College soccer teams.
During the afternoon, student clubs and organizations sold swag and goodies at Harvestfest, a Fall Weekend tradition, and enjoyed an afternoon of fun on the green. President Bergeron discussed the future of athletics, OnStage at Conn hosted a pre-concert talk with Kittel & Co., and the evening ended with the Fall Ball dance in Cro.