Connecticut College Newsletter - Alumni Newsletter<br>June 2012
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Coming home
Reunion 2012 draws nearly 1,000 alumni and guests.  
Open letter from President Higdon
President Lee Higdon addresses college cost issue. 
Campus renewal continues
From Castle Court to the Plex, campus gets another round of upgrades. 
Entrepreneurial success
Alex Feinstein '07 and with Molly Goettsche Feinstein '07 say their liberal arts education contributes to the success of their frozen yogurt business  
New York Times features professor’s Civil War book
'Sick from Freedom' reveals tragic post-war deaths of former slaves 
'New ideas and new perspectives'
Nathalie Etoke, assistant professor of French and Africana studies, explores the cultural identity of black French citizens in a new documentary. 
Media Bytes
  • Trustee Debo Adegbile '91, head of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, reflects on the passing of Louis H. Pollak, civil rights advocate and federal judge.
  • Lindsey Harlan, professor of religious studies, comments on arranged marriages in 21st-century Indian-American culture.  
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    June 2012
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    Alumni celebrate Reunion 2012
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    Higdon Gives ‘State of the College' Address
    Fulbrights, science building, fundraising and more are fueling the College's upward trajectory.   >>
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