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Teamwork covers all the bases.
During his tenure as baseball coach and athletic director of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps athletic department, Bill Arce developed the program, facilities, and staff into one of the top NCAA Division III private college programs in the country. More
A Lifetime of Giving In—and Out—of the Classroom
Bob Boies '63 had earned a degree in American political theory and was a year into law studies at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall when a teaching internship for the Tustin, Calif., school system unexpectedly sidetracked him into a job—"a calling"—as a teacher, coach, and administrator for more than 34 years. More
Mi casa es su casa.
In the Spanish language, it's just a simple expression of hospitality. But to Rich Strock '69 P'03, it's a life philosophy. More
"CMC's return on investment was due."
That, in a nutshell, is why Philip W. Marshall Sr. '50 gave back to CMC, through the College's Planned Giving program. "I like risk—you had to be a risk-taker to become one of the first students here," remarked the pacesetter and now-retired trust officer. More
"When you give, you receive something back."
Giving is simple, says John Devereux '57. "You don't have to be the most financially successful person in your class to give back to CMC. That's certainly the case with me—I just give what I can." More
Rewarding success by giving back
"CMC is about creating leaders, and the College has a phenomenal success record," says Geof Gordon '60. It was that record of success that motivated Gordon and his wife, Nancy, to establish a charitable trust benefiting CMC. More
"It's a Win-Win Combination."—Bob Arnett '53
Gaining admittance to Claremont Men's College in 1949 provided Bob Arnett '53 a wonderful opportunity, one he has not forgotten. Although his Claremont career was shortened by the Korean War, he has continued to show his loyalty to CMC and now payback time has arrived. More
"That's the bottom line..."
It's not surprising that Bob Nichols '50 chooses these words to explain why he named Claremont McKenna College the beneficiary of a fund that will provide scholarships to graduates of Upland High School and Chaffey High School, his alma mater. For Nichols, a Res Publica member, giving back to CMC allows him to balance the books on a lifetime of opportunity. More
When Paul chose CMC, his grandparents followed suit
When Paul Van Deventer '07 narrowed his college choices to CMC and Pomona, his grandparents, Phyllis and Robert, made a promise: whichever college he chose, they'd choose. And so the Van Deventer Family Scholarship was born at CMC. More
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