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  •  The May 11 edition of the New England Board of Higher Education newsletter reported on Governor Dannel Malloy as Eastern's 121st Commencement speaker.
  • The May 4 edition of the Danbury News Times reported on Christina Cammisa winning Yale University's prestigious Harris Fellowship in Child Development and Early Childhood Education.
  • The May 10 edition of the Norwich Bulletin reported on Eastern's student chapter of Habitat for Humanity helping the Willimantic Lions Club paint several areas in the home of an elderly person in Willimantic.
  • The May 10 edition of The Reminder News reported on the contributions of 10 Eastern students who helped to spruce up Pachaug State Forest on May 7.
  • The May 7 edition of the Norwich Bulletin cited Eastern's role in a partnership with a before- and after-school program at Natchaug Elementary School.
  • The May 13 edition of the Hartford Inquirer ran a story on Dwight Bachman's presentation at the Annual Luncheon of the Adah Chapter 22 at the Chowder Pot Restaurant in Hartford. The story also appeared in the May 8 edition of the Hartford Courant's i-towns section. 
  • The April 27 edition of the Greenwich Times reported on Eastern students Laura Wooley of Monroe and Gary Andrews of Newtown being members of the American Marketing Association Chapter that won six awards at the International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans.
  • The May 4 edition of the MontvillePatch.Com reported on Kevin Chen, a freshman biology major, being named recipient of the 2010 CRC (Chemical Rubber Company) Press Chemistry Achievement Award.
  • On May 3, Wayne Norman talked with Eastern Performing Arts Professor J.J. Cobb and Eastern theatre students Amanda Ardel, Paul Lietz, Craig Harlow, Sarah Dillon and Hilary Osborn about their performance in the play, "Echoes: Voices from the Church Farm," at the Church Farm Center for the Arts and Sciences in Ashford.
  • The Farmer Rick Band's performance at Eastern's Child and Family Development Resource Center was aired on April 27 on WFSB-TV/CBS afternoon show, "Better Connecticut."  (Two band members work in Eastern's Financial Aid Office.) The performance can be viewed by visiting www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMLNtHU5Kns.
  • The April 27 edition of the Norwich Bulletin reported on The Windham Area and Eastern's chapter of Habitat for Humanity helping to present the Second Annual Parade of Homes Walkathon in Willimantic.


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