Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter -- October 2010
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Oprah clip features Connecticut College freshman
Mayra Valle ´14 of Texas attended one of six groundbreaking charter schools highlighted on the show last month. 
College launches Centennial song contest
The alma mater will have some company. 
The Atlantic -- and publisher Jay Lauf '86 -- win praise from Advertising Age
The Atlantic makes their list of the top-performing magazines in the country. 
Veteran NBC journalist Ned Colt '79: 'Learn why people think the way they do.'
Study another culture and you'll help others understand yours, too, he says during Fall Weekend keynote. 
First Sundays with Alumni of 2010-11 gives students advice on law careers
Suggestions: Pursue your passion. Use your CC connections. Think about art history. 
New cafe planned for Harkness Dining Room
The neighborhood-style cafe will give students another option for studying, relaxing. 
Student clubs unite to form new environmental coalition
Six clubs join forces to 'bring the student environmental voice to the forefront.' 
Alumnae welcome Katie Lynch '13 to horse country
Lee Archambeault '66 and Marguerite Waddell '75 help the captain of the equestrian team get to the World Games in Lexington. 
Media Bytes
  • Black cats, broken mirrors, the number 13. With Halloween a week away, Prof. Vyse talks with MSNBC about superstitions.
  • New York Times education blog features Dean Martha Merrill '84 -- again.
  • Prof. Woodhouse, the first woman to represent this area in Congress, died 26 years ago but is still swaying voters in the 2010 election. 
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