Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - January 2008
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$800,000 grant will bring new PhDs to campus
Five postdoctoral fellows will focus on interdisciplinary learning in the academic centers. 
Go Camels!
Fans have plenty to cheer about: the basketball teams are 18-6 and women's hockey is 3-1-2 in NESCAC play. Winter sports are in full swing. 
Jon Krawczyk '92 transforms steel into muscle
His 20-foot high sculpture will be the icon for the new Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. 
New Women's Center opens in Smith-Burdick Jan. 28
It will provide a safe, welcoming environment for women and men to discuss gender issues. 
Maggie Turner '05 profiles 33 Belizean artists in a new book
Turner's work is helping the artists develop a sense of community. 
Annual giving up 13 percent as of Dec. 31
Supporters are giving generously but much remains to be done. 
Fourteen seniors become Winthrop Scholars
All have also been chosen for membership in Phi Beta Kappa, and will be initiated officially in May. 
Telling the story of the first African-American opera company
Free to Sing, a new concert production by Shelley Brown ´88 and Michael Rosenberg ´86, debuts Feb. 16 in North Bethesda, Md. 
Media Bytes
  • Sid Evans '91 leaves an iconic job in Manhattan for an adventure in Charleston.
  • "Mr. Brownstone" finds there is life after Connecticut College.
  • Volunteering at the New London homeless shelter opens the eyes of three students.
  • Claire Gaudiani talks to The New York Times about philanthropy. 
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