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CC: Magazine takes readers inside the new science center


The Winter 2013 issue of CC: Magazine takes readers inside the new science center at New London Hall, explores the College’s collection of artist’s books and traces the history of the human development major. The issue will land in the mailboxes of thousands of alumni, parents and prospective members of the Class of 2017 this week. 

The expanded, 88-page issue profiles activist and informal economy expert Martha Alter Chen ’65, international missionary Barbara Beach Alter ’42 and lawyer-turned-Realtor/community leader Carlos Garcia ’88. A full 39 pages are dedicated to class notes, with updates, photos and announcements from alumni from the 1940s through the Class of 2012.

Feature stories, profiles and online exclusives, including updates on the College’s nine 2012 Fulbright winners, are available at CC: Online.

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