Alumna wins Connecticut Bar Association’s 2019 Ladder Award
The Connecticut Bar Association is honoring retired Connecticut Superior Court judge Lynda Batter Munro ’76 P’08 with the 2019 Ladder Award.
Blanche McCrary Boyd a finalist for PEN/Faulkner fiction award
is inspired by her Southern roots. Her works deal with race and politics and much more. Currently, Boyd teaches at Connecticut College.Read more
Why do rich men pay for sex when they can get it free?
on many levels, might feel so good at the moment.” Connecticut College professor Ariella Rotramel, who has done extensive research on sexRead more
Wenham's Segal starts successful Learn to Skate program
much larger than he ever envisioned. Cam Segal, a junior at Connecticut College who grew up in Marblehead and now lives in Wenham, started aRead more
How Broadway performer Khadija Tariyan helps bring 'King Kong' to life
feel alone or question my worth.” A few months after graduating from Connecticut College, with a major in dance, she landed a role in theRead more
Conn College students compose songs for new musical by professor that takes inspiration from ‘Peer Gynt’ and Madonna
Conn College students compose songs for new musical by professor that takes inspiration from ‘Peer Gynt’ and MadonnaRead more
The Trailblazing Black Female Doctor That American History Forgot
The Civil War, says James Downs, a professor of history at Connecticut College, “was the largest biological catastrophe of the 19th century.Read more
Eight local women honored at Black History Month event
the opportunity.” Now, Dunlap is a professor of human development at Connecticut College. She was one of eight black women to be honored atRead more
Diversifying the ice: Conn students teach immigrant middle schoolers to skate
Connecticut College junior Cam Segal created the program as part of his "Cities and Schools" pathway.Read more
Oakes Ames, Conn president emeritus, dies
department at SUNY Stony Brook before being named president of Connecticut College. At Conn, Ames oversaw the construction ofRead more
A College Lost Its Languages One by One. Can 3 Professors Save Spanish?
Madison's French program has followed suit. Other institutions, like Connecticut College and Iowa State University, use add-on courses andRead more