Since its founding in 1892, more than 140,000 students have received their degree from CMU. The university has a long-standing tradition of excellence and the department of Communication and Dramatic Arts is proud of its students and faculty.
Attendees at the Foolery Reunion, Aug. 7-9, 2009 in Mount Pleasant from left to right: John D'Agostini, Christine Holton, Tom Kesling, Doris Ramsey, Bill Valle, Clyde Sheets, John Gray, Steve Berglund, Matt Spence, April Watkins, Richard Van Syckle, Kathy Lichte, Jane Marlow, Pat Brooks, and Eric Hudson. Also in attendance, but not pictured were Ed and Eileen Stevens, Mark Morrison, Natalie Waterous and Jill Taft-Kaufman.
John Rutherford, CDA graduate, won the 22nd Annual Guvvy Arts Educator Award
Birmingham, Michigan - On an evening resplendent with red carpet arrivals, percussion fanfare and world-class art, Groves High School theatre arts teacher, and CMU graduate John W. Rutherford was awarded the Guvvy for Arts Education. The Guvvy is the nickname of the Governor's Award for Arts and Culture, awarded each year in 12 categories by ArtServe Michigan. The 22nd annual awards ceremony was held this year at the newly renovated Detroit Institute of Arts on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007.
Pictured: CDA graduates Steve Mitchell, Larry Joe Campbell,
and Robin Mitchell at the 2005 Homecoming Alumni Reception in
Moore Hall. Larry Joe served as the 2005 Homecoming Master of Ceremony.
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