Connecticut College Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>January 2012
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Bob Willis '09 & Amanda Clark '05
qualify for Olympics.
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College receives $400,000 grant for arts and humanities research
New program will connect students to careers in those fields - with help from alumni professionals. 
Arts bring alumni and parents together in NYC
New group is planning events from Broadway to Governors Island starting this spring. 
Students launch College’s first fashion magazine
It was a project almost eight years in the making. 
Professor Canton wins W.E.B. du Bois Book Prize
Canton chronicles the significant -- and largely unheralded -- anti-segregation work of a Philadelphia lawyer from the 1920s through '60s. Hear audio of an NPR interview. 
Janet Tso ’12 raises awareness about human trafficking
Her work is highlighted by Hartford's CBS affiliate. 
Media Bytes
  • CBS This Morning interviews Professor Vyse about Friday the 13th.
  • Becky Tisherman '13 bikes through China to promote health awareness and is profiled in China Daily.
  • President Obama has nominated Judge Patricia Wald '48 to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. 
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