Skyler Volpe ’13 stars in Rent
Volpe plays Mimi in the 20th anniversary tour of the play.
A new memoir by Anitia DeFrantz '74 recounts her career as an athlete and activist.
Art for Immigration
“Intersections: A Benefit Exhibition for the Immigration Advocacy and Support Center” was on display this fall at Conn.
Agnes Gund ’60 donates $100 million
Gund sold Masterpiece, by Roy Lichtenstein, in order to establish the Art for Justice Fund.
Connecticut College is launching a new center for global study and engagement.
To Broadway and Back
Kimberly Senior ’95 is an award-winning director who returned to Conn to direct a play inspired by the late artist Robert Rauschenberg.
Biology professor Deborah Eastman and her students are discovering what an obscure Mexican salamander can teach us about cancer and other diseases.
Do No Harm
Andy Halsey ’77 started a nonprofit organization in Tanzania with one goal in mind: Do good without doing harm.
Red Cross Hero
Roode received the American Red Cross Emergency Services Hero Award for saving a colleague's life.
Tipping the Scales
Doctors are some of the biggest offenders in terms of making patients feel ashamed of their weight.