Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - June 2010
CamelTracks Newsletter
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Reunion 2010: good memories, a great place
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Reunion 2010 sets a record
1,150 return to celebrate, reconnect and enjoy a place where 'friendships last forever.' View photos. 
Higdon: Connecticut College is thriving
'We would not be in the position we are today without the Campaign -- without you.' 
Alumni share tips on putting sustainable convictions into action
Their advice: start small, but start. 
Four Camels win Fulbrights, including two highly competitive research grants
These recent grads will work in Italy, Vietnam, Germany and Indonesia. 
Students give back to the community
'Spring Give 'n' Go' makes use of left-behind furniture, tables, printers. 
Ben Tyrrell �95 leads a retirement home�s health care services division
He is responsible for more than 1,000 residents in the Massachusetts facility. 
College honors an alumna whose leadership 'brings us to where we are today'
The College´s most iconic space - the Green with the long view to Long Island Sound - is dedicated to Jean C. Tempel '65. 
Announcements
  • Order reunion class photos.
  • Check out the new CELS employment newsletter.
  • Read the spring newsletter of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment. 
  • Media Bytes
  • Real Simple says you won't be able to put down Sloane Crosley '00's latest book, "How Did You Get This Number?".
  • Jim Downs argues in the Huffington Post that President Obama missed an opportunity by nominating Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court.
  • A store owned by Kim Kellogg '90 in Chester, Conn., is a green haven (with video). 
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