Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - January 2011 -- Parents Newsletter
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Ralph Delouis '06: helping Haiti recover
Delouis, an attorney and the son of Haitian immigrants, is helping farmers get low-interest loans. 
Alumni headline Centennial events
Screenwriter Lee Eisenberg '99, best known for his work on NBC's 'The Office,' will launch the year with a talk on campus Jan. 28. 
Second $1 million gift honors alumna's mother-in-law
Helen O'Brien '37 and Louise Rosenstiel '44 probably never knew each other as students. But thanks to Cathy Frank Halstead '69 and her husband Peter, both now have scholarships named in their honor. 
Step inside a campus icon: the greenhouse
Built with a Rockefeller Foundation grant in 1935, the greenhouse will get a full makeover during the science center renovation. View the video. 
Students explore falling and flying -- for real
A visit to a trapeze school capped a semester-long study for dance, neuroscience, filmmaking and creative writing classes. View the video. 
Best emerging NYC performer? Vote for a CC band today.
Shake the Baron (with Andrew Oedel '10, Max Currier '10 and Matt Addison '10) is recognized by The Deli magazine as one of NYC's best emerging bands. Who's THE best? You can help decide. 
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  • Paul Abramson MA'73 and his band were profiled recently by LA Weekly. Abramson, a professor at UCLA, is the lead singer of the "mythopoetic punk" group.
  • Elly Berke '09 is playing the role of a Jewish immigrant at the Tenement Museum in New York.
  • The New Yorker asks: Will AOL CEO Tim Armstrong '93 succeed in his effort to remake local news? 
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