Alumni in the news
02/27/2014 - John Cohen ’83 is connecting the dots on terror plots
The College’s liberal arts education has served John Cohen ’83 well in his role with the Department of Homeland Security.
02/13/2014 - Rowing legend Anita DeFrantz ’74 leads U.S. delegation in Sochi
Olympic medalist Anita DeFrantz '74 is a member of the International Olympic Committee and the highest-ranked American official at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
01/28/2014 - Waiting for a whale to exhale: Justin Richard ’03 and his unique research
An involvement fair during his first year at Connecticut College was all it took for Justin Richard ’03 to turn his passion for marine biology into a path toward a career.
12/18/2013 - Foreign territory: Benjamin Lodmell ’93 takes a unique road to finance, charity and poetry
Benjamin Lodmell '93 moved from Alabama to Argentina to build his finance career, but instead found a place to practice all of his passions.
11/20/2013 - President Obama awards Presidential Medal of Freedom to Judge Patricia Wald '48
President Barack Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, considered the highest civilian honor, to Patricia McGowan Wald '48 in a White House ceremony today.
11/15/2013 - Obama nominates Debo Adegbile ’91 for top civil rights position
Trustee Debo Adegbile '91 has been nominated by President Obama for the U.S. Department of Justice's assistant attorney general of civil rights.
11/8/2013 - Molly Hayward ’10 empowering women at home and abroad through feminine health
Molly Hayward '10 has established Cora, a company that provides organic feminine products to support women in developing countries.
10/31/2013 - Fulbright alumni describe unforgettable experiences
Members of Connecticut College’s largest-ever class of nine Fulbright student scholars say they learned and accomplished much through their varied experiences — and had a great time as well.
10/24/2013 - Alex Brash ’81 named president of Connecticut Audubon Society
Alex Brash ’81 was recently named president of the Connecticut Audubon Society, moving from his previous post as senior director for the Northeast Region of the National Parks Conservation Association, where he had been since 2004.
10/16/2013 - Sally Susman '84 appointed to Library of Congress board
Trustee Emerita Sally Susman '84 was recently appointed by President Barack Obama to the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board.
10/4/2013 - Identical twins now visualizing online battles
They attended Connecticut College together, and now Oscar and Edgardo Monteon '09 are designing characters for an award-winning video game.
09/18/2013 - 'Work of beauty': Jessica Soffer '07 draws rave reviews for debut novel
"Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots," the debut novel from Jessica Soffer '07, has garnered glowing reviews from national publications such as TIME magazine and The Atlantic.
09/4/2013 - Adam Rogowin ’03 had premonition about wild Stanley Cup win
The Chicago Blackhawks' last-minute Stanley Cup victory in June stunned everyone in the hockey world — except for Adam Rogowin '03.
08/26/2013 - Former Camels captains preach leadership to student-athletes
Seven former Connecticut College captains returned to campus to speak with current Camels captains about the value of leadership in sports.
08/26/2013 - Patricia McGowan Wald '48 among this year’s winners of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
"One of the most respected appelate judges of her generation," Patricia McGowan Wald '48 has been named of the 16 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
08/26/2013 - Fritz Folts '82 participates in Obama roundtable
Fritz Folts '82 was one of more than two dozen individuals to participate in a roundtable discussion with President Barack Obama.
07/31/2013 - Zoe Madden '12 gets kids excited about veggies
A year after heading up Sprout!, the college’s student-run organic garden, Zoe Madden ’12 is fighting childhood obesity by, among other means, introducing kids to the joys of eating the vegetables they grow themselves.
07/17/2013 - New York Times features art grad who creates exhibits at the Bronx Zoo
A July 15 New York Times article gives readers an inside look at the work – and the art – that Carolyn Fuchs ’96, an exhibit specialist, puts into creating the “illusion of a naturalistic habitat” at the Bronx Zoo.
07/10/2013 - Jonathan McBride ’92 to direct White House personnel
Jonathan McBride ’92 has been named assistant to President Barack Obama and director of presidential personnel, the White House announced this week. McBride, who currently serves as the deputy assistant to the president, will assume his new role later this month.
06/20/2013 - MMUF Fellows pursue Ph.D.s and follow their dreams
Several of Connecticut College’s 2013 Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) program participants have been accepted into Ph.D. programs and are on their way to becoming professors in their chosen fields.
06/17/2013 - Nina Elgo '84 is breaking barriers
Connecticut’s first Asian-Pacific American Superior Court judge recognized for her commitment to advancing diversity in her field.
05/1/2013 - Nine students and young alumni earn awards
CC is on the Community Service Honor Roll for the 5th time since 2006.
05/1/2013 - Kimberly Senior '95 directs Pulitzer-winning drama
The play by Ayad Akhtar is about a successful attorney who's forced to come to terms with his Pakistani and Muslim heritage.
04/30/2013 - Arts Programming Director scouts talent in Pakistan for U.S. cultural exchange
Arts Programming Director Robert Richter '82, the man behind the popular onStage at Connecticut College performing artist series, recently spent two weeks in Pakistan scouting talent for a new U.S. cultural exchange program.
04/1/2013 - Looking for a career in finance?
Try some dance and art history classes, Ethan Powell '04 advises students.
03/6/2013 - Alumni talk with students about global justice careers
Three young alumni activists spoke to students last week at the second event in the “Striving for Global Justice” campus series.
03/1/2013 - Andrea Burt ’09 Hits the Red Carpet at the AMAs
Burt is the institutional relations coordinator for the Paraguayan nonprofit that created H2O, Sonidos de La Tierra (Sounds of the Land), and represented Sonidos in Los Angeles.
03/1/2013 - Two alumnae work to change gun culture
Nancy Lefkowitz '92 and Meg Felton Staunton '86 mobilize support to create change
02/25/2013 - Documentary filmmaker Sean Fine ’96 wins Oscar for ‘Inocente’
Sean Fine ’96 and his wife Andrea Nix Fine won an Oscar last night in the best documentary short film category for “Inocente.”
01/1/2013 - Cooking up career success
A CISLA internship in Paris and alumni networking help Jane Thompson ’11 land a job at New York City’s storied Gramercy Tavern.
09/14/2012 - From New London to London: Reliving the 2012 Olympics
Alumni, staff and friends journey to London for Olympic competition.
"Five Elements of Effective Thinking"
Edward Burger '85 inspires readers to change the way they think in new book .
New issue of CC: Magazine features alumni who work with assistance animals
The Fall 2012 issue has been mailed to more than 25,000 alumni. Many of the stories are also available online.
Reunion 2012 draws nearly 1,000 alumni and guests.
Alex Feinstein '07 and with Molly Goettsche Feinstein '07 say their liberal arts education contributes to the success of their frozen yogurt business
2012 List of Graduates
2012 List of Graduates
Four seniors selected to 'Teach for America'
Four graduating seniors have been asked to participate in Teach for America this year, placing the College among top Teach for America schools.
From Olympic athletes to a best-selling author, Spring issue of CC: Magazine highlights impressive alumni
Priyanka Gupta '06, Larry Bazer '85, Sloane Crosley '00, and Amanda Clark '05 and Bob Willis '09 are just a few of the impressive alumni highlighted in the Spring 2012 issue of CC: Magazine, the College's popular alumni magazine.
Students get career advice from alumni at Merrill Lynch, Monster.com
At two recent network events, alumni told students: Know what people can find online about you; put yourself in the shoes of a job interviewer; don't be afraid to take risks; and build your resume with activities that show who you are.
01/31/2012 - Powered by vegetables, fueled by a desire to do good
Three guys, one bus and a mission to raise awareness about the environment.
01/30/2012 - Hoops team that went to the Final Four in 1999 is inducted into Hall of Fame
Elizabeth Ashforth Bacon '78 P'07, Tracy Hayley Smith '97 and Coach Doug Roberts are also welcomed.
01/29/2012 - Don't miss fall events
Register for 'Meet the Faculty' receptions, Holiday Pops, the New York City Ballet's 'Nutcracker' and more.
01/27/2012 - Recalling the events of 9/11
Many in the College community felt the shockwaves of the attacks.
01/27/2012 - Rockwell painting earns Laurie Moffatt '78 a visit with President Obama
The painting honors 6-year-old Ruby Bridges for her role in integrating New Orleans' public schools. View White House video.
01/26/2012 - The New Yorker: dream job for an illustrator
Nick Vokey '04 is deputy art director at the iconic magazine.
01/25/2012 - Kristina Helb '04 is 'Selling New York'
She's one of the marketing experts who make the series come together.
01/24/2012 - View Centennial Reunion video.
A record 1,300 alumni and guests returned to campus.
Professor's dance company enjoys NYC limelight
Professor David Dorfman, a 1981 graduate of Connecticut College and chair of the dance department, has long been an influential figure in modern dance. And this week, his company, David Dorfman Dance, is enjoying the bright lights of New York City with performances of "Prophets of Funk" at the Joyce Theater.
01/23/2012 - Pixar's Tom Gately '91 talks -- and draws -- during campus visit
The art major's first film as was Disney's "The Lion King."
01/22/2012 - Alumni advise students to capitalize on their foreign language skills
Recent 'Sundays with Alumni' brought multilingual grads to campus to talk about their careers.
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