Multiple Student Government Association Members Resign, Cite Issues Within the Assembly and Executive Board

  Editor’s Note: This story was originally featured on our website, thecollegevoice.org, and was updated with more information and included in our final issue of the 2016 fall semester. This is the same version that was included in print. On Thursday, Dec. 3, just a few hours before their weekly Assembly meeting, six SGA representatives resigned from their...

Looking Back on Last Semester: Professor Richard Landes Lectures on the Spring of 2015

On Nov. 12 at 4:30 p.m., Boston University Associate Professor of History Richard Landes visited Connecticut College to deliver a lecture in Blaustein 210 titled “Threats to Academic Freedom in the Early 21st Century: Case Study of Connecticut College, Spring 2015.” Professor Landes spoke on the events last semester, in which a Facebook post concerning...

Jewish Rhythms of India

Most people do not associate India with Judaism. The Indian subcontinent, however, has hosted various Jewish communities for centuries, each with its unique historical and cultural traditions. Some South Asian Jews trace their presence in the region back almost two thousand years while others immigrated less than two hundred years ago. On Wednesday, Nov. 18...

Slavic Studies and Music Departments Organize Three-Part Russian Arts Festival

As the winter rolls in, the Slavic Studies Department has jumped into action, putting together a three-part Russian Arts and Music Festival. Tony Lin, a C3 Post-Doctoral Fellow, teaches Russian language and literature. He also has a passion for music, having received an undergraduate degree in piano performance. He teamed up with Wendy Moy, Director...