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02/26/2024 - ‘Grief Is For People’: Author Sloane Crosley ’00 tells the story of how she endured a particularly harrowing year
In her new book, Grief Is For People, Crosley explores the kinds of blows the Greatest City in the World—and life itself—can deal you. In a painful pileup, she lost a close friend, the book publicist Russell Perreault, to suicide and had her apartment burgled. Then, she had to watch as the world just outside her window sunk into a pandemic.

02/21/2024 - Camels lead the nation with 26 NFHCA National Academic Squad honorees
Twenty-six Connecticut College scholar-athletes have been named to the 2023 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Squad, the highest number of honorees from any institution in the country.

02/21/2024 - Conn participates in Douglass Day Transcribe-a-thon
The Connecticut College community joined a nationwide crowdsourcing effort to transcribe letters written to and by Frederick Douglass, a Black activist who was born into slavery in Maryland in 1818, escaped to New York City at age 20, and went on to become an internationally renowned antislavery lecturer and writer.

02/18/2024 - Chess Champs: Conn takes first place in the small college category at Pan-American Intercollegiate Team Chess Championship
The Connecticut College Chess Team did it again at the Pan-American Intercollegiate Team Chess Championship, taking home first place in the Top Four-Year Small College category, which includes schools with fewer than 5,000 students, for the second year in a row.

02/15/2024 - Exploring dance’s African roots
‘Igniting Emancipatory Possibilities through African Diaspora Dance’ summit brings experts and new perspective to campus.

02/15/2024 - Men’s Basketball to host NESCAC Championship quarterfinal game
The No. 3-seeded Connecticut College Men’s Basketball team will host a NESCAC Championship tournament quarterfinal matchup against No. 6-seeded Amherst College on Saturday, Feb. 17, at 1 p.m. in Luce Field House.

02/13/2024 - Connecticut College named a top producer of Fulbrights
Connecticut College has been named a top producer of Fulbright students for 2023-2024, according to the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

02/9/2024 - January in Pictures
Dancing into a new year and a new semester

02/7/2024 - Connecticut College Notice of Data Security Incident
Connecticut College is undertaking a thorough forensic investigation that includes leading cybersecurity experts to address a data security incident in which an unauthorized party accessed and/or acquired certain files maintained on the College’s computer systems.

02/6/2024 - Men’s Basketball on five-game win streak
The Connecticut College Men’s Basketball team extended its winning streak to five games with a 94-77 victory over Hamilton College on Sunday afternoon in a NESCAC match-up at Luce Field House.

01/29/2024 - Interim President Wong pens chapter for new book on Chinese American leaders in higher education
Interim President Leslie E. Wong has contributed a chapter to a new book, The Rise of Chinese American Leaders in U.S. Higher Education: Stories and Roadmaps.

01/18/2024 - ‘Founders Day,’ a satirical political slasher by filmmaker Carson Bloomquist ’18, hits theaters everywhere
In the film, a small town finds its already contentious mayoral election turned up to 11 when a teenager is murdered. Soon, a figure in a black judge’s robe wearing a two-faced blood-red mask stalks the town. Wielding a gavel with a knife hidden in its hilt, the killer starts taking down targets on both sides of the political divide.

01/11/2024 - Olympian Anita DeFrantz ’74 wins 2024 NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award
Connecticut College’s most honored athlete adds one of the NCAA’s top honors to her collection.

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