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Graduating Late? CISLA Scholar Navigates Studies During Pandemic

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Charley Nyzio ‘22 is a Toor Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts (CISLA) scholar, with a double major in...

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India Intensifies Islamophobic State Repression Amid Pandemic

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In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, which devastated the global economy and left millions impoverished, then President-Elect Barack...

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Spring 2020 SGA Class Council Election Results

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The past few weeks have been jam-packed with campaigns and elections for our student body. In fact, this year marks one of the most crowded...

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Good News Spotlight: Climate Change

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People are noticing fish swimming in the canals of Venice....

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A Perspective on Remote Learning From a Department Head

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Since the College moved to distant learning, a plethora of challenges have been faced by students, faculty, and staff. I spoke over Google...

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An Update on the Democratic Primaries

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With more than twenty possible Democratic candidates in the running of the 2020 Presidential Election, there are now just two candidates...

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Connecticut College and COVID-19: a Timeline

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Editors’ Note: This information is gathered primarily from emails sent to the student body Study Abroad in China January 23-27: The...

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Coronavirus in Italy Sends Home Study Abroad Students

Camels Abroad, News, World News

Three months ago I woke up, slipped on my running sneakers, and put in my earbuds to listen to that day’s NPR: Up First podcast. Hosts...

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