Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - March 2009
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College mourns Elizabeth Durante '10
After tragedy, friends continue her work in Uganda. 
Camel Pride
Alex Samma '10 is the College's first national track and field champion, and women's hockey gets to the Final Four. 
Tim Armstrong '93 named chair and CEO of AOL
Time Warner taps Google VP to revive AOL. 
Campus wins Senator Paul Simon Award
College ranked in top five for internationalization. 
Applications near a record
Strong enrollment is critical in financial downturn. 
Join the online community
College offers new ways for alumni to connect. 
Chris Louis Sardella '93 tagged for Milken teaching award
Top teacher channels Bill Niering and Nancy Rash. 
A million dollars for scholarships
Deborah Dearborn '67 wants to give students the opportunities she had. 
'Shine on you crazy diamond'
MVP hockey cup honors the style and tenacity of John Brayton '82. 
Found money
254 alumni are due refunds for healthcare overpayments between 2001 and 2008. 
Media Bytes
  • Kathy Tollerton '58 looks back on working for John F. Kennedy.
  • Sports Illustrated features NESCAC Rookie of the Year, Antonio Diaz-Gonzalez Salas '12.
  • Professor John Gordon discusses "The Elements of Style," which recently reached its 50th anniversary. 
  • Announcements
  • Attend G.O.L.D. Happy Hours from Coast-to-Coast in April.
  • Sign up for Relay for Life at Connecticut College.
  • Check out the latest employment newsletter from CELS. 
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