Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>June 2009
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Higdon: the College is moving forward
President cites 13 Fulbrights in three years, national recognition for academic program and investment in the campus. 
Obamas spend 'date night' at alum's restaurant
Blue Hill in Manhattan, co-owned by David Barber '88, champions locally grown produce. 
Admission Dean Martha Merrill '84 featured in The New York Times
She offers tips on how to write a winning college essay. 
Summer renovations shift into high gear
The new fitness center is on track to be completed by mid-July. 
Boston Celtics 'recruit' Brian Adams '06
But don't call him lucky - unless you're Paul Pierce. 
Let the games begin
New coaches named for the women's basketball and men's soccer teams. 
WebMD and Tylenol rely on Jennifer Bilotti Chamberlain '96
17.1 million people see her graphic designs each month. 
Media Bytes
  • Academy Award-winning actor Estelle Parsons '49 is taking August: Osage County on tour.
  • The New York Times interviews Professor Candace Howes.
  • Professor Andrew Pessin talks to Oprah Radio about making philosophy fun and accessible. 
  • Announcements
  • Connecticut College is hiring!
  • Check out the latest employment newsletter from CELS.
  • Fall Weekend is Oct. 23-25 -- mark your calendar. 
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