Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - November 2009
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Fall Weekend highlights alumni-student connections
Close to 1,500 alumni, parents and friends were on campus. 
Duncan Dayton '81 wins the American Le Mans Series
He uses Derek Jeter to inspire his racing team. 
Senior lands an MTV internship by networking with alumni
Nicole Reiff '10 found Tara Mullins '04 through the Alumni Online Community. 
Camels connect at receptions, book talk and Head of the Charles
Sign up now for the holiday parties in Boston and New York City. 
71 nations, one College
International students share culture, music at the coffeehouse in KB. 
Connecticut College is a top Fulbright producer for third year in a row
Three students and one alum won the award this year. 
Jennifer Hollis '95 eases pain through music
Professor Frederick Paxton inspired her vocation. 
Media Bytes
  • Lauren Wise '10 becomes the second volleyball player in college history to have 1,000 career kills and digs.
  • Professor Barkley Hendricks featured at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
  • David Foster '77 battles invasive longhorn beetles in New England forests. 
  • Announcements
  • Celebrate the holiday season with Connecticut College.
  • The next Alumni Sons and Daughters Program is Feb.14-15.
  • See the latest employment newsletters from CELS. 
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