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Deb Wright ’75

Director of Admission Coordinator of Transfer Admission

Our students are: Independent thinkers, active learners, social justice activists, and global- and civic-minded citizens. In short, Connecticut College students are doers.

Holly Bogo

Assistant Director of Admission

Favorite campus location: The arboretum. It’s great to explore and walk around. Our students are: Involved, passionate, and curious. Outside of the classroom we offer students: Infinite opportunities to not only dive into their passions, but to explore and develop new areas of interests. Favorite activity or place in Southeastern Connecticut: Bluff Point State Park in Groton, Conn. I enjoy hiking there.

Ben Brown

Assistant Director of Admission

Favorite activity or place in Southeastern Connecticut: As a history enthusiast, I recommend checking out some of the historical spots in greater New London. The school house of Connecticut s state hero, Nathan Hale, is in downtown New London. Fort Griswold, just across the Thames River from campus, was used by the patriots during the American Revolution.

Emily Fry

Associate Director of Admission

Favorite campus location: My favorite campus location is right outside Blaustein Humanities building, where on a clear day you can see Long Island Sound.

Victoria Macridis

Assistant Director of Admission

Our students are: Engaged. One of the things I like most about the community is that students are involved in every aspect of Conn. You will have the opportunity to shape your community in unique and interesting ways. A Conn education prepares students for their futures by: Integrating academics with career and professional development. Research, internships, and your academic experience will come together to help you formulate a plan for your future, along with excellent advising, of course.

Tom Marlitt

Cynthia A. White ’46 Director of West Coast Admission

Favorite activity or place in Southeastern Connecticut: I first came to the area in 1978 to pursue maritime studies at Mystic Seaport. Having the country s premier maritime museum in our backyard is an amazing resource for students at Conn.

Corbin Maynard ’17

Assistant Director of Admission

Leaving my nerves on the 777 plane: A reflection on my semester abroad

The Experience: Julia Kaback ’18

On the morning of Feb. 10, I awoke with nerves the size of the Boeing 777 plane I was about to board. My fears might have been large enough to hold me back, but now I see that my plane-sized anxiety came from fearing the unknown. That day, I left for a four-month semester abroad in Haifa, Israel. It did not occur to me then that spending time away from Conn would be an opportunity to grow in ways I had not imagined.

Museums On Campus

The Experience: Daniella Maney ’20

I recently completed an art history ConnCourse called Mona Lisa to Instagram, taught by Professor Karen Gonzalez-Rice, which focused on historical artists such as Leonardo da Vinci to contemporary artists like Kara Walker. In the final weeks of class, we studied Impressionism and Postimpressionism, and instead of viewing the examples on a projector, which can alter the coloration and size of art, Professor Gonzalez-Rice took us to view The Lyman Allyn Art Museum s permanent collection of 18th through 20th century art.

The Study of Latin

Guest Blogger Anne Holly ’17

Editor s Note: Anne Holly 17 of York, Pennsylvania, graduated in May with a bachelor s degree in economics and a minors in mathematics. She was a captain of the Connecticut College women s squash team, which is ranked No. 28 in the country. At Conn, she was also a member of the Peggotty Investment Club, Outdoors Club, Tennis Club, and is Green Dot-trained. She thinks Conn has a great mascot and loves being a Camel. She was a guest blogger for The Experience this spring.

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Distinguished Alumni Video Series

Connecticut College alumni are putting the world together in new ways. This first installment of the Distinguished Alumni Video Series takes you behind the scenes with Conn’s most accomplished innovators.

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