Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>March 2010
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College to celebrate 99th birthday April 5
Students are helping to plan the festivities. 
'Sundays with Alumni' attract career-minded students
Graduates offer job advice, contacts and inspirational stories 
Food for thought
Heard on campus: David Barber '88 challenges students to think about food, health, environment and the economy. 
Spring break takes students around the world
Some are headed to Japan, Italy, Bolivia and Uganda; others are building Habitat homes and reconstructing New Orleans' botanical gardens. 
Students make new friends at Dinner with 12 Strangers
About 55 undergraduates attended February dinners hosted by alumni, faculty and staff. 
How to make it in the world of law
A panel of two alumni and a parent shared their experiences with students. 
Dancer Nicholas Leichter '94 is a 'Whiz'
New York Times says he's one of the best. 
Hope for Haiti
The College community, led by the academic centers, is coming together to talk, learn, help. 
Media Bytes
  • The New York Times profiles Professor Barkley Hendricks.
  • Jeremy Tubb '91 remembers breaking a Guinness record at the College with John Fischer '91.
  • Professor Caroleen Sayej connects 'Avatar' to the Iraq War. 
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  • Your student and the 2010 Census
  • Making a gift in honor of your student
  • Check out the latest employment newsletter from the Office of Career-Enhancing Life Skills 
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