Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>December 2008
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Terror attacks in Mumbai hit home for Americans
The attacks destabilize the world, not just India, two professors say. 
Obama's inauguration is 'an important moment'
Going to DC for the celebration on Jan. 20? Connect with others who are attending. 
Honoring 'Little Frog'
Send us your stories about Professor Chu and lend us your artwork for memorials in the spring; watch online video. 
Rachel Perry Welty '84: inspired by the everyday
Rising artist is featured in the Boston Globe
'Coolness personified:' Professor Hendricks' portraits make national headlines
New York Times calls him "one of the state's most gifted but least-known artists;" his exhibition is traveling nationally. 
Doug Schwartz '88 predicts the future -- accurately
Schwartz and his team at the Quinnipiac Poll predicted the 2009 presidential results in swing states. 
Forbes president will chair the College's Board of Trustees
Trustee James S. Berrien '74 begins a three-year term July 1. Kevon Copeland '76, Prescott W. Hafner '80 and Thembumenzi Lukhele '08 are new to the Board. 
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  • Professor Nina Martin reflects on the film Mystic Pizza, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.
  • Connecticut College is one of the top producers of Fulbright Awards for U.S. students.
  • Professor Stuart Vyse discusses the superstitions of Red Sox players. 
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