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10/12/2011

New Facebook pages for hockey fans
Both the men's hockey team  and the women's hockey team have new Facebook pages for fans, including alumni. Catch up with what's happening at Dayton Arena, meet this year's players and even see how ice is made. Search Facebook for other Camel teams, too.

College Voice subscriptions
The student newspaper, The College Voice, offers subscriptions by mail for $30 a semester. To receive the weekly print edition, visit www.thecollegevoice.org/subscribe.

Visit Hillel online
The Connecticut College chapter of Hillel is seeking to build an email list of alumni interested in the chapter's activities. Email cchillel@gmail.com to get on the list, and visit www.conncollhillel.org to see their new website. Hillel is an international organization that seeks to foster Jewish activity, communities, and education among college-age students.

Discounts for alumni/parent pilots and aircraft owners flying into Groton-New London Airport
Flying to Connecticut for Centennial Fall Weekend? Consider parking your plane or chartering a flight to Groton-New London Airport, where Connecticut College alumni and parents will receive discounts on aircraft fuel, parking and ground services.

Avis is also offering discounts on car rentals at the airport. You'll enjoy hospitality services in the passenger terminals and a 15-minute drive to the College. For more information contact Cay/Catherine Young '75, airport manager, at 860-445-8549 or catherine.young@ct.gov. Check www.grotonnewlondonairport.com for details.

 

 

 

 

For media inquiries, please contact:
Matt Engelhardt (860) 439-2505, mengelha@conncoll.edu
Deborah MacDonnell (860) 439-2504, dmacdonn@conncoll.edu



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