• Writer Profile: Hanna Bobrowicz

    Meet our next writer, Hanna! A sophomore at Conn who loves all things British. Learn about her plans to go abroad, the Peace and Conflict...

  • Writer Profile: Viangely Asencio

    Viangely Asencio (better known as Vivi on campus) is a Dominican girl with lots of flare. She is super determined and hilarious (as some of...

  • Writer Profile: Carolyn Cross

    Meet this semester's Campus Correspondent, Carolyn Cross! Read on to find out what she does on campus and where she's headed next! Class...

  • Writer Profile: Hannah Sawyer

    Hannah Sawyer is a junior from Cape Elizabeth, Maine and has been a member of Her Campus for the past two years. She is a Sociology major...

  • Writer Profile: Francesca Ferrante

    Meet our next writer, Francesca Ferrante! You can frequently find this camel studying in the library or New London Hall, or perhaps roaming...

  • Writer Profile: Ana Reyes-Rosado

    Ana Reyes-Rosado is a member of the class of 2020 from Chicago, Illinois. Even though she has yet to declare a major, she plans on double...

  • Writer Profile: Ann Monk

    This camel is involved, well-traveled, and ready to make the world a better place! Read on to find out what Ann does on campus and how she...

  • Dear Demi

    Dear Demi, Thank you for making an accessible and honest documentary about your life thus far. I finally got to watch Simply Complicated...

  • My Gap Year

    Last year, before starting at Connecticut College, I took a gap year with a program called WorldStamp and spent nine months teaching and...

  • Back to School Survival Kit 2017

    With midterms wrapping up and final project, tests, and essays on the horizon, this year’s Back to School Survival Kit has everything you...

  • To: My Former Best Friend

    Ending long-time friendships is never easy and should not be. When you are best friends with someone for almost a decade , you certainly...

  • La Voz Latinx Comments on DACA

    A photo of La Voz Latinx members Cecilia Estevez (on the left) and Naomi Quelal in the DACA New York City protest On September 5th,...

  • Post-Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico Will Rise

    This year on the 20th of September, Hurricane Maria hit the island, Puerto Rico. Now almost a month later, the island is still almost entirely without power, gas, medicine, and clean water. Buildings have been leveled to the ground, possessions have been lost, hospitals are running on the last of their emergency electricity and medical resources, and schools are not in session. Vegetation and livestock on the island have been wiped out, which limits the amount of natural resources the people have access to. People are dying of thirst, starvation, and, most recently, leptospirosis, a bacterial disease spread through infected animal's’ urine.

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