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NEWS FROM CONNECTICUT COLLEGE January 2013

Announcements

Join us for upcoming alumni events

Connecticut College is coming to a city near you. Upcoming events include College for a Day, in Denver, Colo. and several receptions in southwest Florida. To find out more view the full calendar.

Reunion 2013: Revisit and Rediscover

Join us May 31 – June 2 for Reunion 2013. Reunion is about revisiting and rediscovering what you love about Connecticut College. You can catch up with friends, walk around campus and see first-hand the many exciting changes made possible by the Campaign. The weekend features several traditions, including the lobsterbake on Tempel Green, Parade of Classes, class dinners and the Sykes Society Luncheon that honors alumnae celebrating their 50th Reunion. Alumni whose class years end in '3 or '8 will celebrate Reunion this year, though all are welcome to attend. For more information, visit http://reunion.conncoll.edu.

Celebrating Athletic Achievement

The Connecticut College Athletic Hall of Fame will induct four individuals in a special ceremony held on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013 in New London. The Class of 2013 inductees are: Meghan G. Barry '97 (rowing), Beth Offenhartz Carlson '81 (volleyball), Judith E. Fontaine-Higgins '79 (track and field) and Thomas J. Hudner III '95 (soccer, lacrosse). The event honors individuals who have brought distinction to themselves and the College through achievement, sportsmanship, leadership, commitment, and in athletics. For more information, contact the athletic department at 860.439.2541.

Camel Athletics Sports Live Streaming Video

The Department of Athletics launched a new website this fall that sports a popular new interactive features— live streaming video of athletic events. Whether you’re a fan who wishes to experience a game in real time or is interested in catching up and reliving the action at a later date, the capacity is now available at your fingertips.

Media Bytes

Visit The College in the News to find out more.
• Anthony Graesch, assistant professor of anthropology, says winter gift-giving
holidays can bring clutter and stress. 
• The director of New London’s Homeless Hospitality Center thanks
Connecticut College students for getting involved in the community.