Learning Through Creation

On May 3 2018, a year ago, I performed a one-woman show called Walking In Their Shoes at Principia College. Leading up to this day I worked from January through April at Principia to create the show. When I was younger and as I journeyed through my college career I felt like I needed a […]

Alumni Spotlight: Ginny Tonkin

Hi CLC Family! This month I was featured on “Women Really Mean Business” a podcast presented by ATHENA International. How fun is that? I love podcasts, and this was a really fun opportunity to share my story. I chat with host Jeff Biletnikoff about my career: from building an international career in Vietnam & China […]

Music, Music, Music!

Hi Friends! This week’s blog comes from CLC Alumnus, Will Buchanan! We asked him what he was up to these days, and he shared a bit about his band, the Bonbon Plot: “Many of my favorite musical memories are from camp.  I remember jamming to “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Stairway to Heaven” with the School […]

Even though the summer fun is over, we know you are all having a wonderful year full of adventures and projects in school or your extracurricular activities. We would love to hear about them! If you have any big projects you’ve been working on, or your sports team is on its way to winning the […]

Alumni Weekend 2017

Thank you to all who came out and supported our annual Alumni Weekend event! We had a wonderful weekend full of fun, inspiration, and sharing memories. Pumpkin carving, the talent show, archery, and our Long House project were just a few highlights from the weekend. We also had a great CLC History talk, where Todd […]

Pond to Table Cooking at Alumni Weekend, 2016

by Holly Buchanan   During Alumni Weekend we found a bumper crop of wild cranberries surrounding Hidden Pond! Several groups went picking, and then Betsy Huffman and I made cranberry bread for dessert on Saturday night in Alford Hall after a robust meal of spaghetti and meatballs, broccoli, garlic bread, and a fully-loaded salad bar. […]

Musical Discoveries at Camp

by Tory Silver From the moment I was born into this world, I knew I was a drummer. I can remember drumming along to songs in the car as little kid, breaking out some pots from the kitchen, and daydreaming about the wicked drum solo I’d do on stage of a huge concert. My heart […]