Made in Queens. Fit for a Queen.
Connecticut College is an All-Steinway School.
Award-winning author Hannah Tinti '94 visits campus for a roundtable discussion with students.
Distinguished Lecture Series
Eboo Patel comes to Conn.
Agnes Gund ’60 donates $100 million to create social justice organization
Gund sold Masterpiece, by Roy Lichtenstein, in order to establish the Art for Justice Fund.
Ice hockey record-breaker Rand Pecknold '90 makes his lifelong dreams come true.
Andrew Oedel '10 doesn't mind if the first thing you notice about his recording studio is the floor.
100 Years of Performing Arts
A history of performances at Conn.
Weaves His Own Story
Wali Hairan ’19 talks about the exhibit From Combat to Carpet: The Art of Afghan War Rugs.
Stephanie Jackvony ’18 was awarded the prestigious national Goldwater Scholarship for excellence in science, math and engineering.
Ibrahim Mohamed ’20 is in a state of limbo because of travel restrictions imposed on six Muslim-majority nations.
Hot Springs on Tap
The nation’s first brewery located in a national park. And the brewmaster is a tuba player.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Colson Whitehead talks to Professor of History Jim Downs about the novel The Underground Railroad.
Ten Years of LGBTQIA
Erin Duran helps design a vision for the LGBTQIA Center’s future.
Yibing Huang nominated for a 2017 Pushcart Prize for “Two Poems 27 Years after Tiananmen.”