• Community Responds to DACA Announcement

News

  • Surveillance Ramps Up in the Village

    Since the student body returned to Connecticut College for the Fall semester, significant change has occurred in the strategies used by Campus Safety and the REAL Office to monitor the activity in the independent living areas on campus, otherwise known as the Village.

  • Community Responds to DACA Announcement

    After failed attempts at health-care reform, border-wall construction, and so-called ‘swamp drainage’ have left once-zealous voters wanting, President Donald Trump’s Sep. 5 announcement of DACA’s end offered his supporters much-needed reassurance. For others, the decision’s unclear implementation and rumors of bipartisan compromise further reveal the uncertain position of this ever-changing administration. But to nearly 800,000 Americans, the issue is not one of political bargaining or reputation; it is a promise of condemnation.

  • Catching up with Truth Hunter, New Director of Unity House

    During the 1960s and 1970s, Oakland, California was an epicenter for rising social justice groups. In Oakland 1966, the Black Panther Party was created as a militant defense group for minority communities in the United States. After the death of a young Chicano youth by Oakland Police in 1968, the Latinos United for Justice Association organized to combat police brutality.

  • Freedom of Expression Task Force Presents New Policies

    The Freedom of Expression Task Force stood before SGA on April 26th to present their tentative policies and direction. The task force has met throughout […]

  • Students Fight for Gender-Inclusive Bathrooms

    A majority of bathrooms in Conn’s residence halls are labeled only with their purpose, their plaques absent of the typical stick-figure that dictates the gender […]

Opinons

  • The Food We Feed: A Visit to Secchiaroli Piggery

    Upon entering Secchiaroli’s gravel driveway, the first thing that struck me was the smell. It turns out that rotting food, flies, and mud are all part of a healthy atmosphere for the 300-400 pigs that call the farm home. For the past 60 years, Connecticut College has maintained a food waste partnership with Secchiaroli Piggery on 62 Miner Lane in Waterford.

  • Harvey and U.S. Hurricane History

    I was too young to truly understand what had happened when Hurricane Katrina decimated the Gulf Coast. Most people attempted to explain to me that a huge thunderstorm had happened in the South, in states with names too long for me to spell, and that it made the moms and dads and even the kids like me who lived there very sad. They told me that since we weren’t affected, we had to help out as much as we could.

  • Pathways to Nowhere? Critical Reflections on the New GE

    The revised GE (Connections) has not found enough space in the pages of our newspaper or even in conversations around the College that students are […]

  • Reflections on Hybristophilia: Investigating Dangerous Affinities

    When I first heard of  “people attracted to serial killers,” I thought the idea to be preposterous. “Sexual attraction to murderers,” I thought to myself, […]

  • Examining Mental Health Services Abroad

    For many years, the siren song of the College’s Study Away program has drawn in students looking to expand their educational experiences beyond “the bubble.” […]

Arts

  • Wig & Candle Opens with Plays in a Day

    Wig & Candle, Connecticut College’s student-run theater community, began its Fall 2017 season on Saturday, Sep. 9, with the traditional opening of Plays in a Day, an event that presents plays written, rehearsed and produced within 24 hours.

  • Never Mind

    Never Mind Never mind the mounds of unprotected bodies toiling underneath you..plodding through under the hope that fleetingly endured and that dissipated into ashes the […]

  • Julio Salgado Is “Undocumented and Unafraid”

    The LGBTQIA center hosted Julio Salgado for a talk and poster-making workshop on Wednesday, Sep. 6. A self-described “artivist,” Salgado creates bold cartoons and visual art which depict moments from the DREAM Act’s implementation and the migrant rights movement.

  • Senior Dance Majors Conclude with “Proximity”

    The Dance Department’s Senior Capstone Performance, “Proximity,” swept students, families, faculty and staff into Palmer last weekend. The show featured choreography by senior dance majors […]

  • Eclipse Impresses for the 42nd Time

    There are memorable performances every year at Conn. Recitals, dances, capstones, bands, films and more. And then there is Eclipse. Profound is an understatement for […]