November 2010 IssueAbout the cover:
Sarah Sanditen '14 paints with a child in the after-school program at La Puente Home in Alamosa, Colo., while participating in the 2010 Priddy Experience, part of CC's New Student Orientation. La Puente has been part of CC's Priddy Experience trips since the inception of the program. See story here.
Photo by Christian Murdock
CC's New Student Orientation trips are a massive undertaking that reap great rewards for the students and the college.
The college is celebrating the accomplishments of the Vision 2010 campaign and thanking donors for their support. Learn about recent developments in the campaign that will shape the college for years to come.
In 2007, the Mellon Foundation awarded CC a self-study grant to learn about best practices at comparable institutions. The grant has enabled CC to highlight its mission, unique academic system, and commitment to building community across the campus.
On Oct. 17, 1930, eight-year-old Bob Funk '54 attended the cornerstone dedication at Shove Memorial Chapel. Almost exactly 80 years later, on Sept. 10, 2010, Funk returned to CC and presented the original dedication programs to Chaplain Bruce Coriell.