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Homecoming and the 2008 election, as well as thoughts on the financial upheaval are covered in the February 2009 issue.
We sample the assortment of events at CC this past spring in the September 2008 Bulletin, including a Powwow, our first large-scale solar project and the completion of the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center.
The Spring 2008 Bulletin went to press as the state-of-the-art Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center neared completion.
Read more about it as well as articles about the Block Plan and the Ahlberg Outdoor Education Program.
Sustaining the Unique Intellectual Adventure is the main subject of the December 2007 Bulletin, which announces the Achieving the Vision Campaign.
The Summer 2007 Bulletin focuses
on food and wine. Two students organize a fair-trade start-up; CC’s soup
kitchen may be the oldest campus-based one in the U.S.; alumni recall their favorite
eateries; current students reveal their food preferences; and 1874 Society members
revel Harry-Potter style amid alumni-produced vintages. In “You
Want Fries with That?”,
alumni who’ve chosen careers in the hospitality field reveal how their
liberal arts education serves them while they serve others. Also available, web
extras to this issue.
2007 Bulletin investigates various "firsts" of
CC grads, whether in the form of first generation college students, first books,
or first jobs.
The December 2006 Bulletin celebrates
the student projects made possible by venture grants, including the cover story
about the CC Farm.
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