“There’s so much talk in this country right now of accessibility and disability rights,” said Julia Kaback ’18, who is an ally of the Student Accessibility Services office, which oversaw “The Ability Exhibit” in the 1962 room last Wednesday.
Halloweekend: Black Panthers, Ninja (Turtles), Witches & Rosie Photos by Sophia Angele-Kuehn
The 18th Daniel Klagsbrun Symposium on Creative Arts and Moral Vision took place on Nov. 3rd in Crozier-Williams. The Symposium started in 1989, and although not annual, it has allowed the College to bring in important literary figures. Past speakers include Elie Wiesel and Michael Cunningham. This year, it was the famed author of The Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood.
Students might be surprised to learn about Connecticut College’s “second” library. Tucked into the lower level of Cummings with only a paper sign designating the spot, the Greer Music Library is a hidden gem.