• 2018 Olympics: A Chance for Peace

News

  • Sustainable Agriculture Comes to Conn

    In its initial form, the upcoming Community-Supported Sustainable Agriculture Symposium would only have lasted one day, but with speakers coming all the way from Missouri, Kira Kirk ’18 decided to expand it from Feb. 22 to 25. Kirk completed her career-funded internship at the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture in Columbia, Missouri and found the experience highly beneficial, claiming: “[CCUA] changed my life…It was the first time that I had a job that I liked.”

  • Students Rally Behind Dr. Baldwin

    Correction: An earlier version of this article identified Professor Danielle Egan as having begun her employment at Connecticut College in Spring 2018. This is inaccurate; […]

  • Title IX: Does It Take a Village, or Just Lack a Leader?

    As Spring 2018 begins, it remains unknown when Conn will get a permanent, full-time Title IX coordinator.

  • Before Time Was Up: Contextualizing #MeToo

    The phrase “Weinstein effect” connotes the recent wave of exposure from people who have come forward accusing famous and powerful men with claims of sexual harassment and assault.

  • Lending Library Expands Services, Goes Digital

    College students are well-versed in the woes of being strapped for cash. The cost of enrollment alone is enough to empty one’s wallet, but the myriad of extra expenses that come along with college throw more salt in the wound.

Opinons

  • Considering a First Look at Conn, Three Years in

    Have you ever wondered what prospective students see when they visit Connecticut College? Like most other Conn students, I’m often kept up at night by this question. Do they find out about the horrors of cilantro night? Are they warned about the legion of skunks? Are they shown how far away South Lot is from any conceivable location? So many questions.

  • Olympic Priorities: A Focus on Figure Skating

    Every four years, for roughly three weeks, American society is enthralled with figure skating. The costumes, artistry, drama and of course the sport, captivate American audiences during every Olympics. However, after the three magical weeks are over, life goes back to normal. For the American public, skating is put on the back burner for another four years.

  • Title IX Coordinator Debate Continues

    Within a week of the announcement of Associate Dean of Equity and Inclusion and acting Title IX coordinator B. Afeni McNeely Cobham’s departure, students gathered in Cro to discuss the shortcomings in Conn’s approach to upholding Title IX requirements.

  • 2018 Olympics: A Chance for Peace

    The world came together in anticipation of the 23rd Winter Olympics currently taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea

  • Aster Gilbert Challenges Conventional Notions about Porn

    Though social taboos about sexuality make us loathe to admit it, a majority of people consume pornography in one way or another.

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