Reunion is coming — see who’s planning to attend
Let your classmates know what your plans are for Reunion 2014 — May 30-June 1— and find out who’s planning on being there. Click here to fill out the questionnaire.
Come to a Camels hockey game and reception near Boston
Join Athletic Director Fran Shields and men’s ice hockey coach Jim Ward for a reception before the Camels take on Tufts on Friday, Feb. 7. The reception will be 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Dockside Restaurant, 229 Centre Street, in Malden, Mass. Appetizers will be provided. The game will start at 7 at the Malden Forum, 50 Holden Street in Malden. If you plan to attend the reception, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 5.
Floridians, meet President Bergeron in February
FirstFridays expand to more cities — yours?
Join other Camels at a FirstFriday gathering in your area. New programs have been added in Pittsburgh, Minneapolis and San Francisco to the list of cities where alumni come together the first Friday of each month to network, socialize and connect. Other cities with FirstFridays scheduled include Boston, New York, D.C., Chicago and L.A. Keep a look out for an email with more details on locations and times.
Singer, activist Kathy Mattea coming to campus
Activist and Grammy-winning country and bluegrass performer Kathy Mattea will speak on campus and perform a concert at the end of the month.
Mattea’s talk, “My Coal Journey,” referencing her native West Virginia, will be at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in Evans Hall. She’ll perform her Calling Me Home concert at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 in Palmer Auditorium. Tickets for the concert are $28; $25 for seniors; $14 for students. For tickets or more information, call 860-439-2787 or visit onstage.conncoll.edu.
In the News
- Philosophy professor’s book on philosophers’ wildest ideas named an Outstanding Academic Title of 2013
- Watching Victoria’s Secret fashion shows can be harmful to one’s self-esteem, psychology professor’s Twitter study suggests
- Theater company co-founded by Jeff Strabone, assistant professor of English, performs play at Brooklyn medical center to raise awareness about the center’s possible closure
- Retired math lecturer Ann Robertson and Anthropology Professor John Burton pass away. A memorial website has been established for Professor Burton at which friends can share memories and send messages to the family privately.