Complications in Israel Progress

This week the United States took a strong opposing stance in response to Israel’s decision to appropriate approximately 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank. The U.S. State Department evaluated the decision as “deeply concerning,” immediately urging Israel to reverse the controversial territorial claim. It was reported that the Secretary General announced earlier this […]

Ears Open: Rock fan, Andrew Rich, dives head first into the world of album reviews. The catch: He has no idea who the band is.  No clue? No problem.

Ears Open: Rock fan, Andrew Rich, dives head first into the world of album reviews. The catch: He has no idea who the band is. No clue? No problem.

When I began thinking about writing this column, I realized that choosing to listen to a band that I had never heard of was going to be difficult. I like to consider myself a reasonably open-minded and diverse music fan. On the same iPod where there is Black Sabbath, Rush, Deep Purple, Metallica and AC/DC, […]

Conn Faculty Brings Community Action to the Stage

Conn Faculty Brings Community Action to the Stage

Professor Jeff Strabone can definitely be considered more than ordinary. Aside from teaching English, Strabone acts as both the chairman and a cofounder of the New Brooklyn Theater (NBT). The journey began for Strabone in 2012 when he first incorporated the company with Jonathan Solari. “One of my former students who is a theater prodigy […]

From Wolverine to Camel

This year there is a fresh presence on the pool deck down at Lott Natatorium. Matt Anderson, the men’s and women’s head water polo coach, begins his first season with the Camels.  Anderson arrives in New London after a prolific 12-year span at the University of Michigan, where he led the women’s water polo program […]

OnStage Returns for Ambitious New Season

The onStage at Connecticut College performance series is back for another season.  Throughout the year, many diverse and talented acts will come not only to perform for the school, but also to teach students at Conn and in the New London area through various education residency programs. Although the first official performing arts series held […]

Player Profile: Zach Punt ’15

Player Profile: Zach Punt ’15

Men’s soccer captain Zach Punt ’15 has led the Camels to a strong start this season. A tenacious defender, Punt is involved on and off the field and brings much experience to the team. Relied on for his consistent penalty kicks and known for his celebratory antics, here’s more about the senior captain: Years playing […]