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Homecoming 2015

Celebrating our reunion classes:

1955  |  1960 | 1965 | 1970 | 1975  |  1980  |  1985 

1990   1995 | 2000 | 2005  | 2010 |  Special Celebrations

Each fall the scene is set. Leaves change color; the air is cooler; the sun feels a bit more precious; the sweaters come out of the closet; and alumni return to CC in anticipation of Homecoming. Whether you’ve attended all of your reunions or this is your very first one, we know it’s all about the people with whom you shared this very special common experience.

People get better with age. We might have more battle scars, but we have stories to tell about them. We become wiser, more appreciative, and we take less for granted. We discover deeper and deeper meaning in our relationships. At CC, people make friends for life. Years may pass, but coming together on our lovely campus sets the stage for picking up where you left off…with classmates, their acquired spouses, teammates, professors, special people who have made a difference.

This year we welcome the classes of fives and zeros, as well as CC veterans, members of the Debate Team, LGBTQI+, and alumni of color. Great conversation and great celebrations will be had. Help us to honor Professors Tim Fuller and Owen Cramer on their 50 years of teaching. Professor Bill Hochman, at age 93, eagerly awaits class discussion at the legendary Freedom & Authority event. For one weekend you get to live it over again but in fast-forward time. Time does seem to go by faster as we get older. Don’t miss the chance to reconnect with the people and the place that has made a profound effect on your life.

Join us October 8-11.

Looking forward to seeing you,

Anita Pariseau
Director of Alumni Relations and Assistant Vice President for Advancement

P.S. If you haven’t yet accessed the CC Network by downloading EverTrue for your smartphone, you can get a head start on reconnecting with classmates and friends in advance of Homecoming.