A.T.'s Big Question: How can I apply my knowledge and interest in three unrelated fields to learn how people perceive the world around us?
A challenging liberal arts education. A curriculum that integrates all your interests. A close-knit community committed to our Honor Code. A beautiful, coastal arboretum campus. A vast network of alumni successful in many fields.
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Adjusting from home to school, from school to home can be challenging.In one of my very first parent-teacher conferences in elementary school, my teacher informed my mom that I had some trouble with transitions. This hasn’t been something that has changed much. From leaving the beach after a fun day to something more drastic like moving houses, I have never liked change.
Our curriculum allows us to try new things and explore our interests in a variety of subjects. I was excited to start my sophomore year, particularly academically. I thought I had it all figured out. I had begun to discover my passion for psychology and philosophy and planned on taking one philosophy course. But at the last minute, I decided to take two. I emailed Simon Feldman, my Introduction to Philosophy professor, and he encouraged me to join his Philosophy of Law course. I was excited, believing I was checking another box and that philosophy could become my minor.
Ever heard of The Glass House? It’s only about an hour away from Conn!The spring semester of my first year, I took a course called Building Culture. A course cross-listed in both the art history and architectural studies departments, it focused on the history of various art movements, how they were introduced by the social climate, and how they influenced architecture. One day in class we focused on modern architecture and Phillip Johnson, a renowned architect, for his Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. Last weekend, I got to travel to the Glass House with the Department of Architectural Studies for an in-depth tour. Here are some of best moments and features I was able to capture!