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President's Page

New CC President Richard Celeste gives his thoughts after 100 days as president. Go to the President's Page.

Click here to read the story, "CC Inaugurates 12th President." Also, see photos and more from the inauguration of President Richard Celeste in October 2002.


A Day in the Life of CC's New President
By Anne Christensen
Get to know Richard F. Celeste. Follow the college's 12th president through a typical day on campus and "sit in" on his office hours in Worner Center. Click here to read more.

In Search of Hidden History in Peru
By Scott Smith '76
Gary Ziegler '64, adventure specialist, archaeologist, explorer, rancher, and entrepreneur literally puts Cota Coca, a new Inca site in Peru, on the map. Click here to read why Ziegler calls the site, located about 25 miles away from Machu Picchu, one of the missing pieces in the puzzle of the area.

Symbol of Pearl Harbor
By Edward Goldstein '79
Navy chaplain Thomas Leroy Kirkpatrick, class of 1909, and father Mychal Judge, the New York City Fire Department chaplain killedon 9/11, are linked in two days that will forever be remembered in American history. Click here to read more.

Award-Winning Chiefs
By Jennifer Kulier
Less than a year ago, Daniel Junge '92 and Henry Ansbacher '92 were questioning their careers as filmmakers. Click here to read about how their documentary, "Chiefs," was honored at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Read a special web-only feature by Bill Hochman, professor emeritus of history, who discusses the CC symposium tradition.

Alumni Profiles

Click here to read profiles of:
Jane Lubchenco 69
Sara S. Villarreal Bishop 00
Ryan Paul Haygood 97
Jacob A.J. Marks 97
Elizabeth DiGregorio 72

CC Freshman Class Profile

Click here to read more about the Class of 2006.


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Cover Photographs: Courtesy of Gary Ziegler '64. (A larger cover is available.)

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