Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - May 2011 -- Parent Newsletter
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Congratulations to the Centennial Class!
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Connections -- to history, to others and to the world -- is Commencement theme
452 seniors graduate on a joyous (and rain-free) Sunday. 
College breaks ground for new Science Center at the campus' most historic building
'New London Hall doesn't just embody our history. It embodies our future.' 
Eight recent alumni win NSF fellowships, Fulbrights
They'll do research and teach around the world. 
Camel volunteers show their stuff
Alumni and parents clean beaches, paint and sort donations during national day of service. View photos and give us your ideas for next year. 
Alumni advise students to capitalize on their foreign language skills
Recent 'Sundays with Alumni' brought multilingual grads to campus to talk about their careers. 
180 students honored for academic excellence
Annual celebration highlights achievements. View list of winners. 
John Andras Molnar ’09 is helping to rebuild Japan
Molnar is a teacher in tsunami-ravaged Miyagi Prefecture. 
Media Bytes
  • CEO Tim Armstrong '93 chats with the Associated Press about the Huffington Post acquisition.
  • View a Centennial supplement published by The Day.
  • The LA Times talks with Professor Graesch about stress and housework. 
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