Connecticut College Magazine · Fall 2012

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Jennifer Evans '06 trains Dillon, a capuchin monkey, how to be an assistant and companion to individuals with disabilities. Photo courtesy of Helping Hands.

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Fall 2012
Online Exclusives

Relive Reunion 2012. Travel to London with Connecticut College Olympians. Meet new faculty and top student-athletes. Watch monkeys learn to help people and the alumna who trains them.

All this and MUCH MORE in this issue's Online Exclusives.


Above and Beyond

by Patricia M. Carey

A new academic resource center in the heart of Shain Library will bring new dimensions to student learning


Animal Helpers

by Bailey Bennett '14

For these alumni, working with dogs, horses or monkeys to help and heal humans is more than just a job. It's a passion.


Barbie Overload

by Phoebe Hall

An anthropologist dissects middle-class clutter


Reunion 2012

By Melissa Bennett, Barb Nagy and Phoebe Hall

A little rain can't dampen alumni spirits


Welcome Back

by Leo I. Higdon, Jr.

A message from the President


Ink

by Phoebe Hall

The latest reads from Connecticut College faculty and alumni


First Person: The French Connection

By Betsey Nodler Pinkert '67

A professor's international vision sparks a lifelong friendship


Inside the designer's studio

by Mary Howard

At Connecticut College, Joe Lucas '95 set the stage for an unexpected career


Joe Lucas's Tips for Decorating
Your House Like a Pro

by Joe Lucas '95

(Even When You Can't Afford A Designer)


Sounding off

by Andrew Clark

Radio host Sam Seder '88 offers a counterpoint to right-wing talk shows


Olympics Social Media

Good wishes for Camel Olympians lit up social media during the Summer Olympics


Tapping the Power of the Network

by Patricia Carey

What LinkedIn can do for your career

 
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