Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - October 2009
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Men's soccer off to best start in 16 years
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'Staying Connected:' Fall Weekend to draw over 1,000 to campus
Highlights include Saturday Seminars and lots of music, food and fun. 
First Soderberg Scholarship goes to an Indiana freshman
'This is something I never thought would happen.' 
13 alumni exhibit their art with Professor Smalley
New London show celebrates their connections. 
Networking receptions draw enthusiastic Camels
What events are coming to your area? 
No car, no gas, no problem
Lauren Matison '06 has green getaways for Manhattanites. 
Ever wonder why there were no gay characters on Star Trek?
Professor Greven explores Star Trek sexuality and Hollywood masculinity. 
Thomas Winstanley '10 is a 'model' student
The English major - and the College - are featured in a new clothing ad. 
Students show solidarity before a reading of 'The Laramie Project' this week
College was one of 150 global venues to stage the sequel to Matthew Shepard story on Oct. 12. 
Professors Queen and Kane win NEH fellowships for special research
Topics: the influence of Islam on Russian imperialism and translation of a 2nd century Chinese text. 
Economist Jeffrey Sachs to speak at Commencement 2010
He was twice named one of Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World." 
Media Bytes
  • President Leo I. Higdon, Jr. gives advice on how to determine a college's value in The Providence Journal.
  • Mike Tauber '94 and Pamela Singh '95 discuss their new book on 'The Today Show.'
  • MSNBC lists the Arboretum as one of the top ten places to enjoy in autumn.
  • Professor Andrew Pessin shows how Western philosophy would look on Twitter. 
  • Announcements
  • When publicizing your achievements, don't forget to mention Connecticut College.
  • Connecticut College will be in Naples Nov. 12.
  • Founding member of Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays to speak Fall Weekend. 
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