Provisions for Programs

In our super competitive world, it becomes increasingly important to stand out. This is evident on websites, resumes and college profiles. Connecticut College prides itself on its 55 areas of study, which is fantastic for the undecided high school senior applying to school. It has the best of both worlds: a liberal arts environment with...

Keep Health in Mind

It’s difficult to balance everything while staying physically healthy, not to mention mentally healthy. Most of the time we put our mental health on the backburner, thinking it is nonessential and we are too busy to worry about it. Between practice, club meetings, homework and class, we barely have time to eat and sleep. However,...

Suze Clues

Editor’s note: The College Voice is bringing back the classic advice column in a big way! Ask Suze, our in-house relationship and lifestyle guru, all the questions you’ve been mulling over. Send Suze your questions anonymously at www.sayat.me/CCCollegeVoiceAdvice. Am I a terrible person if I want my friend from home to break up with her...

Examining Demographics in New Hampshire

Overall, this year’s democratic race has been very surprising. In New Hampshire’s primary, Hillary Clinton suffered an unprecedented loss. Though polls had predicted Sanders leading in New Hampshire for quite some time, the margin by which he won shows instability in Clinton’s campaign. When Sanders launched his campaign last spring, he was considered an outsider....

Alumni Spotlight: Phoebe Bakanas ’10 – Thriving in Technology and Data Virtualization

Editor’s Note: To further connect alumni to current students, The College Voice is working to create a consistent Alumni Spotlight column, featuring alumni from all walks of life. If you are a Connecticut College graduate and are interested in being interviewed by one of our writers, please email contact@thecollegevoice.org.  “I wanted a school where I...

Checkup with the Health Center

The Health Center at Connecticut College has an infamous reputation for both delaying student appointments and its policy of being closed on weekends. The lack of accessibility last semester, which students ascribe to poor organization, was actually a result of understaffing. Laura O’Connell, one of the nurses, told The College Voice that it was an...

Women’s Empowerment Initiative to Present “Coming from the Beast” this Saturday

On Feb. 20, the Women’s Empowerment Initiative will be performing their first annual monologue-based production, this year titled “Coming from the Beast.” Seniors Rachel Maddox and Juliette Verrengia spoke to the Voice about the recent history and changes in the show, and their goals for this year’s performance. Maddox is the artistic director for the...