President Emeritus Oakes Ames dies at 87
Ames served as the College’s president from 1974 to 1988.
A College Lost Its Languages One by One. Can 3 Professors Save Spanish?
Madison's French program has followed suit. Other institutions, like Connecticut College and Iowa State University, use add-on courses andRead more
The Iranian Revolution Forty Years Later
Ostby - Assistant Professor of English and Global Islamic Studies at Connecticut College; her forthcoming book is Genres without Borders:Read more
Inventory completed of New London's trees
A former Connecticut College student has studied all 1,887 trees along city streets and on school grounds as part of an urban forestryRead more
‘Be a man’: What does that mean in modern America?
.. what is healthy masculinity?” says Prof. Ariella Rotramel at Connecticut College. “And I don’t think that has often been the conversationRead more
Hamden Panel Calls For Teacher, Curriculum DiversityRead more
The Changing Face of Family Caregiving
Medicare,” said López-Anuarbe, an economics professor at Connecticut College. Statistically, family caregivers are most likely to be middleRead more
Connecticut College kicks off MLK events with discussion on sermon against Vietnam War
Connecticut College kicks off MLK events with discussion on sermon against Vietnam WarRead more
Born in a “war zone,” activist Binalakshmi Nepram waits for change in India
International Education in New York found her an academic home at Connecticut College through the IIE’s Scholar Rescue Fund. She joined theRead more
Here's what you need to know about the lunar eclipse on Sunday
Because of its size, color and occurence in January, it's colloquially being called a "super blood wolf moon."Read more
America's love-hate relationship with Marie Kondo and our clutter
" ourselves, said Dana Logan, a visiting professor of religious studies at Connecticut College. Think of all the most common New Year'sRead more