Connecticut College community to honor veterans Nov. 11

The Connecticut College campus community will celebrate Veterans Day, Nov. 11, with a series of events that bring the community together to honor veterans, especially those among the faculty, staff and students.

The following events are open to the campus community and will honor those who have served their country:

The day will begin with an 8 a.m. flag-raising ceremony by the flagpole at the main College entrance off Route 32, Mohegan Avenue.

At noon, a meditation hour, “Come into the Quiet,” will be held in Harkness Chapel, led by The Rev. Carolyn Patierno, a College chaplain.

The College community will honor staff, faculty and students who are veterans with a reception at 3 p.m. in the Charles E. Shain Library Living Room.

At 4:30 p.m., Catherine Stock, the Kohn Professor of History and director of the American studies program, will be joined by floor governors Lindsey Nelson ’17 and Steve Grinsztein ’18, Health Services Physician Ken Larsen, and Sam Santiago ’17 for a REF (Residential Education Fellows) Program discussion, “Do We Really ‘Support’ the Troops? Exploring Veterans Issues on Veterans Day.” This event will be held in the Coffee Grounds.

November 6, 2015