Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - December 2010 -- Parents Newsletter
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Happy 100th birthday, Connecticut College!
Centennial year kicks off in January with full schedule of events -- including teas in Boston and Philadelphia. 
From campus activist to national environmental leader
After co-founding the Energy Action Coalition, Kassie Rohrbach '03's latest venture is in Oakland, Calif. 
Professor Watanabe talks tea on CBS Sunday Morning
"We can all use a little moment for tea in our fast-paced lives," he says. 
14 seniors earn College's highest academic honor
The distinguished group includes a Marshall finalist, Goldwater Scholarship honorees, student leaders and athletes. 
Professor featured in Yankees commercial
David Canton is enjoying his five minutes of fame -- and still has 10 left. 
Wondering how you'll afford retirement?
Hang ten with Ken Dolbashian. 
Media Bytes
  • Paul Abramson MA'73 and his band were profiled recently by LA Weekly. Abramson, a professor at UCLA, is the lead singer of the "mythopoetic punk" group.
  • Elly Berke '09 is playing the role of a Jewish immigrant at the Tenement Museum in New York.
  • The New Yorker asks: Will AOL CEO Tim Armstrong '93 succeed in his effort to remake local news? 
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  • View photos from Vespers -- Lessons & Carols. 
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