Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - August 2007
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495 freshmen - activists, artists, athletes and scholars with extraordinary aspirations - arrive Aug. 25.
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News Stories section
College has standout year
An impressive rise in alumni participation helped make 2006-07 a record year for the Annual Fund. 
For the love of horses
Marjorie Staton '60, who took the College´s equestrian team to national championships, died July 27. 
Questioning the value of the U.S. News college rankings
CC will no longer publicize the "highly flawed" and increasingly controversial rankings; this year´s are scheduled to be released Friday. 
Understanding the peace process
Brent Never '99 wins Fulbright to do research in Northern Ireland. 
Media bytes
Members of CoCo Beaux are hailed for helping to create "The Vineyard Sound," Peter Brown '76 talks with The New York Times on global threats to technology security, and Jim McFarland contemplates the passing of Ingmar Bergman. 
If you´ve won a Fulbright we want to hear from you. Check out the latest alumni employment newsletters and have a look at the Fall Weekend schedule. 
 August 2007
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Four senior internship blogs
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