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Centennial Reunion brings NPR's Nina Totenberg to campus
Her scoops have included Anita Hill's allegations about Clarence Thomas and Douglas Ginsburg's occasional marijuana use. 
Campaign passes an important milestone: $150 million
President Higdon: 'We have so much to celebrate and so much to be proud of.' 
College earns B+ on Green Report Card
Green building policy, Zipcars, shuttle service and the student-run bike program boost the grade. 
New science center will change how students and faculty researchers work
Chair of the biology department: 'It really gives us what we want." 
Student-athletes collect NESCAC and ESPN honors
Athletes in four sports are recognized for their athletic and academic contributions. 
Sara Paulshock '11 wins skateboard marathon
Even with a broken wrist and a nasty cold, she's the best of the best of women longboarders. 
Jared Lamb '03 is helping rebuild the school system in post-Katrina New Orleans
Lamb, an award winning math teacher, heads an open-enrollment charter school in the Ninth Ward. 
Alumni educators share career advice with students
'Sundays with Alumni' features five graduates with decades of combined experience in education. 
Media Bytes
  • A WNPR reporter visits Connecticut College Democrats on election night.
  • Hike of the Week: Mamacoke Island.
  • David Haussler '75 talks with The New York Times about the future of genomics research. 
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