Student Government Association '79-'80 Back row L - R Marianne Baxter, Craig Barnard, Kimberly, McClelland, Judy Swiatowy, Gary Whitney, Mark Arlaushas Front - Gary Timothy, Gene Ashe, Sue Quick, Chris Resig
Government Association, Gary Timothy, Association 79 80, Arlaushas Front, Craig Barnard, Gene Ashe, Judy Swiatowy, Chris Resig, Gary Whitney
Congrats to Stephen C. Tarbell ’78 and Lawrence M. Saupe ’89 on their induction to the Alumni Hall of Fame!
Tarbell 78, Saupe 89, Fame Induction
Heidi and Mike were both GCC Scholarship winners in high school, and Heidi insists they met at the luncheon, but Mike argues that they never met until a mutual friend introduced the two! #metmymate
Scholarship Winners, Friend Introduced, Heidi Insists, Gcc Scholarship, Mike Argues, Mutual Friend, High Schools
#lookingback The Board of Supervisors voted on March 15, 1967, to purchase an existing commercial building on West Main Road, Batavia and the County began renovation of the building on June 12 as a temporary home for the college. The college opened its doors to its first students on September 28, 1967.
County Began, College Opened, September 28, Existing Commercial, Commercial Building, June 12, Began Renovation
#lookingback Construction begins in 2000 on the Conable Technology Building designed to house critically needed computer labs, media facilities and instructional space for students and area businesses and industries.
Computer Labs, Needed Computer, Student, Instructional Space, Area Businesses
#lookingback Genesee’s new Center for the Arts opened its doors in 1991. At the heart of the Arts Center is the Stuart Steiner Theatre, a beautiful 328-seat facility that is accessible for special needs audiences and host to a wide array of performances throughout the year.
Wide Array, Art Centers, Stuart Steiner, Steiner Theatre, Arts Opened, Lookingback Genesee S, 328 Seat Facility, Beautiful 328 Seat
#lookingback In 1989, construction began on a new Center for the Arts. The Center was not only designed to accommodate dramatic productions, concerts and lectures, but was also designed to house the Digital Art, Drafting and Theatre Arts programs.
Accommodate Dramatic, Digital Art, Arts Programs, Dramatic Productions, Construction Began
#lookingback Over the years, Genesee Community College has become known throughout the nation as a leader in technology… and it all began with the first computer class offered to students in 1985.
Student, Community College, Class Offered, Genesee Community
#lookingback In 1970, construction began to build a new college campus located at One College Road. The new campus was almost seven times the size of the old campus and contained many features, such as a swimming pool and gymnasium, that were lacking on the temporary West Main St. site. The new campus was dedicated in April 1972.