Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - June 2007
CamelTracks Alumni Newsletter
CC Snapshot section

Time capsule discovered by construction crew yields "relics" from 1957
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News Stories section
Paving the way: Conn is investing $9 million in the campus this summer.
More than 100 projects will be completed. 
Four professors retire this year
Professors Sheridan, Kirmmse, Silverberg and Warren (pictured) are leaving; five others have earned tenure and five have been hired. 
'Island time' gives Lanna Semel '05 a new view in Micronesia
Peace Corps opens Semel to seeing where the road takes her 
Director of Unity House named Dean of Multicultural Affairs
Elizabeth Garcia will coordinate the College´s programs supporting a pluralistic student experience. 
Theater major graduates, wins Obie award in the same week
Evan True ´07 is honored for his off-Broadway performance in The Brig. 
Smithsonian festival shines a spotlight on Connecticut College
Folklife festival on the National Mall begins June 27 in Washington, D.C. 
Media Bytes
President Bush jokes about cadets sneaking out to see friends at Conn, Pat Dadonna ´83 remembers Bill Meredith, Alyse LaLiberte ´07 rises above an ACL injury, and more. 
 June 2007
Noteworthy Section
Curious about the Camel?

How did the ship of the desert become the Conn mascot? There are two stories: one about an energetic basketball coach and one about some spirited players.

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