Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>April 2008
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Women's Center off to a strong start
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News Stories section
Jay Lauf '86 takes on a new challenge at The Atlantic
Lauf, known for reviving Wired magazine after the dot-com crash, wants 'to revitalize a brand that I have long loved.' 
Connecticut College finishes in RecycleMania's top 10
Connecticut College recycled 44.83 pounds per person during the 10-week national competition. 
Kim-Toy Reynolds Huh '77 helps arrest an America's Most Wanted fugitive
Huh, a Chicago police lieutenant, used the Mandarin Chinese she learned in college to make the arrest. 
Go Camels!
Coed sailing qualifies for the national championship and men's lacrosse prepares for a post-season run. 
Collins Anderson '04: 'Food done right always makes people happy'
San Francisco sous chef loves to experiment. 
$1 million gift will endow scholarships in literature and writing
The gift honors Louise Rosenstiel Frank '44, who appreciated literary talent. 
CISLA scholarships help four students further their research
Students study the Gitano in Spain, street children in Peru, AIDS education in China and alternative energy in Italy. 
Job prospects for seniors remain relatively strong
Two seniors are featured in an article in The Day about the effects of the slowing economy. 
Class of '08 celebrates with President Higdon
So far 57 percent of the class has given through the Senior Giving Program. View photos from the Senior Soir´┐Że. 
Media Bytes
  • Jeff Idelson '86 is president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Paul Maroni explains the investment philosophy for the College's endowment.
  • Michael King '75 debuts two films at this year's Palm Beach International Film Festival. 
  • Announcements
    Attend the Race, Space, and Memory symposium this weekend, or view the latest employment newsletter from CELS. 
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    April 2008
    Noteworthy Section
    Dean of admission scheduled to appear on NBC's Today
    Tune in Monday, April 21, at 10:30 a.m. to hear Martha Merrill speak about college admissions.
    33rd Annual Eclipse Weekend
    Faculty, staff, students and alumni of color took part in the multicultural celebration.  >>
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