- Conn’s Own Coagulate Releases Debut Album February 16, 2018
- Mastermind Releases Debut Album after 20 Years in Music February 16, 2018
- The Greatest Showman Proves Itself Great February 15, 2018
- A Reflection on Fall Arboretum Events and a Preview of Spring Programming February 15, 2018
- A Disappointing Revelation from Dave Chappelle February 15, 2018
- onStage Presents BalletX, an Imaginative Intervention in Modern Dance February 15, 2018
- Aster Gilbert Challenges Conventional Notions about Porn February 12, 2018
- Title IX: Does It Take a Village, or Just Lack a Leader? February 12, 2018
- 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.
- Student Handbook Gets a Mid-Year Update
Although the Connecticut College Student Handbook is updated frequently, Jan. 22 saw a “rare reissue” in College policy, as Senior Associate Dean of Student Life Sarah Cardwell put it.
- The FAFSA and the Furious: Financial Aid Now and Beyond
Numbers stretching past $60,000 are becoming the new standard for annual tuition expenses at private, four-year liberal arts institutions, Connecticut College included. This sum makes […]
- 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.
- The Mysterious Ways of the Walter Commons
Its look is bold yet minimalistic; its name, the opposite. Although the Otto and Fran Walter Commons for Global Study and Engagement may be a mouthful, the space’s ergonomic aesthetic brings to mind the language of efficiency.
- New Medicaid Work Requirements and Lockouts Threaten Lives of Thousands
In July of 1965, Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Social Security Amendments, establishing Medicare and Medicaid, health insurance programs for the elderly and the poor.
- Unequal Suffering: The Trial of Lawrence Nassar
“You do realize now that we, this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time, are now a force, and you are nothing,” Aly Raisman, six-time Olympic medalist in gymnastics, told Dr. Lawrence Nassar, a former doctor for the women’s Olympic gymnastics team.
- Mastermind Releases Debut Album after 20 Years in Music
Let’s talk about the masters behind the sound. What happens when producers come out from behind the scenes to show us, the listeners, what it […]
- A Reflection on Fall Arboretum Events and a Preview of Spring Programming
If one had walked into 33 Gallows Lane on the morning of Dec. 2, under a weakly shining winter sun, they would have been greeted […]