Christmas in the Ad Building
Liz Chavez Class of '70
In the 1960s the student population was growing but still small enough for many students to know each other and be on speaking terms, if not a first name basis, with the faculty. It was easy to get a crowd together for pre ballgame activities or other student centered events. A Christmas tree and "Sing-a-Long" was held outside the President's office (which was on the first floor) the week before the Christmas break. Stuart Churchill, chair of the music department and a famous musician in his own right, led the LC choir in a few numbers and the group "sing." Times have changed, as have some of our customs, but what remains is that feeling of being part of the "LC Family."