Connecticut College Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>December 2011
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ABC's Alice Maggin '91 talks
with students about her 'Great Beginning.'
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News Stories section
Women's basketball (8-1) is off to its best start since 1991
Cheer for the Camels at upcoming games in Hartford, New London, Amherst, New Haven and Middletown. 
Historian Linda Lear '62, Prof. Alex Hybel will speak at Reunion 2012
Hybel's topic is the Arab Spring and Lear will speak on women who've made a difference. 
For green-building consultant Sarah Nugent '10, her latest project is personal
She's part of the team advising the College on green construction materials for the new Science Center. 
Alumni from Google, VH1 and share career advice
Don't be afraid to take chances, they tell students at a 'Sundays with Alumni' discussion. 
Students help build nesting boxes for endangered birds
They'll replace boxes destroyed by Tropical Storm Irene. 
U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom will be 2012 Commencement speaker
Louis B. Susman P'84, an attorney and former investment banker, has spoken often on the important role of young people in social change. 
Media Bytes
  • W. Va. high school raises $3,000 for CC dance scholarship honoring Cyan Maroney '08; you can help too.
  • Author Sloane Crosley '00 is forging new ground with a story about her recent adventure in Ecuador.
  • Sharis Pozen '86, acting head of the Justice Department's antitrust unit, is making headlines with an investigation into ebook pricing.  
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  • From Florida to Denver to Seattle, Connecticut College is on the road. View the complete schedule.
  • Snowbirds, update your contact info. 
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