Joshua Green ’94 Covers the Rise of Nationalism in American Politics

October 28, 2017 Hannah Johnston 0

According to Connecticut College president Katherine Bergeron, “Joshua Green ‘94 is arguably one of the most influential long-form journalists in America today.” For the 20th annual Sound Lab Foundation lecture, Green spoke and engaged in a Q&A with the audience in Evans Hall regarding his recent book, Devil’s Bargain, and his other work in journalism and politics. Devil’s Bargain has reached number one on The New York Times bestseller chart, and has provided many readers with extraordinary insight into the 2016 election season, the Steve Bannon/Donald Trump relationship, and their success in gaining the highest office in the United States of America.

Title IX Takeback?

October 10, 2017 Katey Vesta 0

There are some things that every college student should know, regardless of what institution they attend: stay on top of reading assignments, don’t trust drinks mixed in buckets, and know how to utilize Title IX. This last point came under the spotlight when the Obama administration enacted several changes on the federal level as to how the policy would be implemented on college campuses.

Protecting Soil in the Arbo

September 20, 2016 Isabelle Smith 0

The Arboretum is one of the primary elements that sets Connecticut College apart from its NESCAC (New England Small College Athletic Conference) competitors. Its beautiful 770 acres is divided into three different categories: plant collections, managed areas, and conservation plots. […]