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Spring 2011


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  • THINKING AHEAD Honors theses put students on a path to success
  • SADDLE UP College equestrians learn what it takes to be winners
  • RETIREMENT OF THE COOL After 38 years of teaching, Professor Barkley Hendricks leaves behind a retrospective of alumni portraits
  • A CENTURY OF GREAT VISITORS Countless notables have graced the College's hilltop campus over the past 100 years
  • IN AND OUT OF 'THE OFFICE' Screenwriter and producer Lee Eisenberg '99 is on the rise in Hollywood
  • THOSE EXTRAORDINARY HAMILTON SISTERS Hamilton House is dedicated to two of the most distinguished women of the 20th century
  • STAKING THEIR CLAIM Alumnae ruggers in Beantown still ruck, scrum, and maul
  • THE CAMPAIGN FOR CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 100 years, hundreds of reasons: Supporters tell why they give
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Web Exclusives
  • President's Page
  • News Roundup
  • Notebook: A Founders Day to remember, bright idea gets patented, film director stars as professor, and more ...
  • Ask a Camel: Margarett Jones '85 keeps kids connected to nature
  • First Person: Julie Grey Pollock '78 connects with a classmate to save her family homestead
  • Lives: Craig Rowin '06 doesn't get $1 million; Peggy Sperling Galanty RTC '99 gets new plays on stage; Brett Goldstein '96 predicts crime
  • Ink
  • Class Notes: Camels in the Crowd; obituaries; Centennial Reunion honorees; Alumni Connections

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