Cult Classic, the new novel by Sloane Crosley ’00, is out in bookstores, both digital and brick-and-mortar.
Critical Language Scholarships
Two Conn students received Critical Language Scholarships from the United States Department of State
President Bergeron announces College’s commitment to zeroing out its carbon footprint.
Six Conn students were recognized with an award at DataFest, an American Statistical Association competition.
Professor Joyce Bennett helps Maya weavers in Guatemala protect their intellectual property rights.
’Twas the Night Before Pride
Joanna McClintick ’07, a licensed clinical social worker, has authored ’Twas the Night Before Pride, a children’s book.
Music 201, Volume 3
Third “Music 201: On Songs and Songwriting" course co-taught by President Katherine Bergeron and her husband, Butch Rovan.
Choreography of care
Stuart Pimsler ’78 is using his creative skills in the arts to help caregivers stay healthy.
Cash at Conn
Rosanne Cash spoke at Conn’s President’s Distinguished Lecture Series event in April.
Dont Look Up
Economics major Robert Radochia ’23 talks about his star turn in the Oscar-nominated film Don’t Look Up.
Soon Wiley ’09 writes his first novel, When We Fell Apart, a crime thriller released in April.