Connecticut College Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>August 2012
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Women's Rights
In her 10th book, Professor Joan C. Chrisler, the 2012 winner of the Margaret Floy Washburn Award, spotlights reproductive justice and women's health on a global scale.  
Too Much Junk?
Professor Anthony Graesch's anthropological study of middle-class possessions is making headlines in the L.A. Times, The New Yorker and other major media outlets. 
Made for Sound
The Vineyard Sound a cappella group, involving several Connecticut College alumni, celebrated their 20th anniversary in July. 
Tim Richards ā€™85 Pā€™14 New Head of Pomfret School
Tim Richards '85 P'14 new appointment is the culmination of a distinguished teaching career. 
  • Mark your calendars for Fall Weekend 2012!
  • Stay up-to-date on upcoming alumni events
  • Annual Fund results are in
  • Celebrate Father Larry LaPointe's re-appointment
  • Join us for the College's Convocation, featuring speaker Debo Adegbile '91
Media Bytes
  • President Lee Higdon lauds value of liberal arts in LEADERS Magazine
  • Sailor Maggie Shea '11 draws inspiration from accomplishments and disappointments
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August 2012
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