Hendricks at The Frick
The late Professor Emeritus of Studio Art Barkley L. Hendricks gets a solo show at New York’s The Frick Collection.
Cambridge-based biotech startup Chroma Medicine boasts 70 employees—and five of them are Camels.
Summer Programs for HS Students
Connecticut College is launching a series of summer programs for high school students.
Class of 2026 Breaks Records
The campus welcomed the largest herd of new Camels in Conn history.
Putting Language Learning to Work
New classes are helping students build stronger connections between language learning and professional success.
Summer of Science
More than 50 students worked alongside 20 faculty members this summer as part of Conn’s Summer Science Research Institute.
‘One Book One Region’ brings disability rights activist Judith Heumann to Conn.
Riding for Home
Josh Nagy ’26 spent two months cross-country cycling to raise money for organizations tackling homelessness and housing insecurity.
Camels in the City
Conn offers the first downtown residence for students in its 111-year history at the storied Manwaring Building in New London.
No Secrets in Washington
At Conn, Alexander Vindman ties Trump’s 2019 impeachment to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.