Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - August 2008
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Rethinking residential education:
26 common rooms get makeovers
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Welcome to the Class of 2012!
This year's diverse group includes a sailor who traveled around the world -- and 17 Science Leaders. 
Camels find Beijing 'the hot spot to be'
Alumni at the Games include a meteorologist for the sailing team, an NBC Sports exec, a member of the International Olympic Committee, and Olympians. 
Katlyn Morris '02: helping the environment -- and the poor -- in developing countries
The Ph.D. candidate is doing research in a Salvadoran coffee-farming community. 
College partners with the Posse Foundation to increase diversity
Posse students will 'serve as a catalyst for social change and community growth.' 
Sharing his love for policy, politics and Connecticut College
UConn law student Jorge Colon '05 is inspired by Connecticut College Professor Alex Hybel. 
Students (and robots) learn in professor's lab
Robots are evolving and learning with help from student programmers. 
Media Bytes
  • Estelle Parsons '49 returns to Broadway and wins praise from a tough critic.
  • Professor Askins leads a zoologist to a rare crustacean discovery.
  • Beatrice Biira '08 of Uganda is featured in People
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