Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - August 2009
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News Stories section
Annual Fund sees third-best year ever in 2008-09
Fundraising results are strong despite the recession. See who supported the College. 
Introducing the Class of 2013
Incoming freshmen have competed in NASCAR, taught computers to prison inmates and volunteered as firefighters. 
Triple the training, triple the dedication
Lynne Tapper '88 has trained more than 300 women. 
Connecticut College goes Hollywood - and New York
Attendance at alumni events has jumped 50 percent during the past year. Be a part of the fun. 
Mellon grant transforms language study
$375,000 grant will integrate languages across the curriculum and in the residence halls. 
Retired math professor helps others with Parkinson's
Brings free dance class to campus this summer. 
Junior produces popular travel radio show
Lands internship with travel editor extraordinaire Peter Greenberg. 
Media Bytes
  • Connecticut College makes Forbes 'Best' list.
  • Chris Kehoe '12 plays basketball in Europe.
  • Professor Andrew Pessin argues that rain, rain needn't go away. 
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