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Observer, Spring 2002

Hawk Pride!Hawk Pride!

Much more than a championship trophy came from Hartford’s America East women’s basketball title. The impact the league tournament had on school spirit, campus pride, and the Hartford community will be felt well into the future.

Celebrating a Rich History, Preparing for a Changing World.

In 1877 a group of visionary, socially prominent Hartford women established a decorative art society with the goal of providing cultural enrichment by offering art classes of the highest quality. They started small, with basic classes in drawing and painting, and hoped that there would be enough public interest for the organization to survive.

Whatever Happened to…

Those who came of age between 1975 and 1985 were left to deal with the aftershocks of Vietnam and Watergate. The electorate did so by choosing first Jimmy Carter and then Ronald Reagan, presidents with contrasting, if not downright antithetical, visions of governing.

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For the Love of Dance

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Every morning, Hartt dance students leave the comfort of their dorm rooms before the University Commons even opens for breakfast to take the shuttle bus to Dance Connecticut’s quarters on Farmington Avenue in Hartford.  Read more