Human services is a vast sector that includes a broad range of disciplines, knowledge and skills focused toward enhancing human well-being, both individually and collectively. Just as there are many causes within the human services sector, so too are there a wide variety of organizations whose aim is to accomplish these goals.
The WCNI Radio Club serves College and community interests through locally-produced public affairs programming to educate College and local residents about issues of particular importance in their communities. It broadcasts on Their motto is "For the love of music.
Airtime is shared by a mix of students, community members and faculty. Performing arts The College's only all-male a cappella group, they perform a mixture of modern pop songs and old classics and travels throughout the Northeast to perform at other colleges, high schools and events.
The group rehearses six hours a week and perform at other colleges, schools, nursing homes, private parties, and school functions. This student club puts on two fully produced dance concerts each year in Myers Studio. Students play the roles of dancers, choreographers, producers and stagehands.
Dance Team Dancers interested in jazz and hip-hop have the opportunity to learn and perform dances at athletic and other events and participate in competitions at both the regional and national levels.
Eclipse This diverse student club organizes a popular spring weekend with dinners, dances and a standing-room-only talent show. Miss Conduct Miss Connduct is the brainchild of Candace Taylor, Class ofwho went out in search of young women on the Connecticut College campus in the Fall of to form the college's newest a cappella group.
Miss Connduct is unique, inventive, and loves to showcase the fun and excitement that art, especially music can bring to life. Want to network with other musicians on campus? For a small fee, members can utilize the storage and practice space located in The Barn behind the College Center.
N2O Improv Comedy N2O is the College's only short-form improv comedy group, with typically members at any given time. During rehearsals, they practice games and various improv strategies to prepare for shows, typically per semester, during which the group performs a variety of games.
RefleXion A group that focuses on writing, performing and teaching the crafts of poetry, rap and other verbal arts with a special emphasis on the spoken word art form.
The Shwiffs The College's very first a cappella singing group, this all-female group, established inhas been singing strong ever since. Throughout the school year they perform at numerous events on and off campus. They even sang the national anthem at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass. Vox Cameli A co-ed a cappella group that performs at school functions, outside charity events, at other universities and twice a year at their own shows.
Wig and Candle Wig and Candle is Conn's student-run theater group, designed and determined to bring student written, directed, designed, and produced theater to our campus.
We sing a variety of music from classic oldies and rock to pop and ensemble pieces. Religious and spiritual Conn Catholics Conn Catholics is a community of believers, students, faculty, staff and alumni, growing together in faith. All are welcome to join, regardless of faith background, whether interested in liturgy, have questions or just want to talk.
Mass and gatherings are held at Harkness Chapel. Hillel Hillel is an organization that promotes Jewish life on campus. Once a month, Hillel hosts a bagel and lox brunch and some academic events. This non-denominational group of Christians seeks to find truth in the Bible and explore God and how he is relevant in their lives and the community around them.
They work to engage the entire campus and are open to, and encourage, questions. Special interest Active Minds Active Minds is the only organization working to utilize the student voice to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses by developing and supporting chapters of student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy.
Best Buddies Best Buddies International is the largest nonprofit organization established to promote friendships and employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The chapter's goal is to raise awareness on campus and the surrounding New London area. Coffee Closets Located near the first-floor entrance of Cummings Arts Center, the Coffee Closet offers a variety of coffee and tea beverages and a smaller, more intimate study space.
The Walk-in Coffee Closet at Ruane's Den is a second venue, located in Harkness House, offering sandwiches, entrees, baked goods, coffee, tea, cappuccinos, hot chocolate and their famous Nutella latte.
Coffee Grounds A student-run, organic, fair trade coffee shop located across from the College Center on the first floor of KB Katharine Blunt residence hall offering baked goods, delicious drinks and fair trade coffee, Coffee Grounds hosts club events, performances and department-sponsored events and displays student art.
Connecticut College EMS Club Connecticut College Emergency Medical Service seeks to provide expert pre-hospital care to respond quickly and safely to any emergencies that occur on campus. CCEMS currently operates at all club sporting events and in conjunction with campus safety.
ConnSider TEDxConnecticutCollege Promotes political, cultural and social awareness through talks, colloquia and events, focusing on variety of fields of interest, in order to foster academic dialogue outside the classroom. The Club also seeks to offer a different perspective to political, social, economic, and cultural issues to create and maintain an intellectually stimulating academic climate on campus.
Connecticut College Democrats A political organization dedicated to raising political awareness of both local and national issues, ranging from health care to local elections to supreme court nominations and just about everything in between.
The organization works closely with New London Democrats, involving themselves more with the community so as to play a more active role in improving both the campus and New London.
Gaming Club The club is committed to supporting gaming in all its forms and bringing special gaming events to the campus at large, including, but not limited to, video games, board games, paper-and-pencil RPGs and card games.
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