Player Profile: Chad Sawyer ’15

Chad Sawyer is a chief contributor to the Connecticut College Men’s Lacrosse team. A junior Economics major and Sociology minor, he strives to represent the team at the top of the NESCAC and on the NCAA Division III level. Sawyer has excelled in the Division III athletic environment. “The NESCAC is the most competitive conference […]

Anything but Convention

Anything but Convention

This past weekend, you might have heard rich sounds of salsa music flooding South campus. The source? Mayra Valle’s senior thesis, which kicked off three beautiful Palmer performances with an interactive Salsa Casino dance in Castle Court. Ticket holders and passers-by could wander through a sea of vibrantly dressed dancers and become a part of […]

$1 Sushi? Not as Scary as it Sounds

$1 Sushi? Not as Scary as it Sounds

There are some meals for which I expect to pay more, and others for which I expect to pay less. A breakfast sandwich and a drink from McDonalds on an early morning drive back home from college doesn’t break the bank, but too many fancy dinners in downtown Mystic just might. All students occasionally feel […]

Working At Home, Abroad: International student center provides community space for students from outside the country

Following the opening of the Zachs Hillel House as the center for Jewish life on campus, the international students’ organization ATLAS has officially opened their own International Student Center in the basement of Harkness Chapel. Just as Zachs Hillel House is truly a community center open for all members of the Connecticut College campus, the […]

Lacking Leadership: Seymour Hersh on U.S. Foreign Policy and the Role of the Press

“I think we are a lost country,” renowned investigative journalist Seymour Hersh said during a recent talk at Connecticut College. “At least in Washington…we lack the leadership.” Hersh’s lecture, titled “This Day in History: Reflections on U.S. Foreign Policy and Human Rights Practices,” marked the end of a two-year Human Rights Lecture Series and quickly […]

Shooting Back from Our “Gilded Enclave”: A Response to David Collins’ “Shame on Connecticut College”

Shooting Back from Our “Gilded Enclave”: A Response to David Collins’ “Shame on Connecticut College”

Last time I checked, my dorm room walls were not coated with gold but rather with peeling paint, off-white and revealing a sickly shade of yellow underneath. But according to columnist David Collins, I must be mistaken, because apparently the College I attend, Connecticut College, is a “gilded enclave of arrogance.” The quote comes from […]

On Endorsements

Some readers may have noticed that, over the weekend, The College Voice released endorsements for select candidates running in the SGA elections. Though the article originally presented the recommendations as unanimous choices made by the editorial board, it was quickly amended to make clear that the candidates named were selected by our Managing Editor, based […]