Thomas McIntyre talks about visiting CCAC as a highschool student in the 60s. He remembers the campus as a touchstone from which to explore the Bay Area in what he calls "The morning after the Summer of Love".
Ellen Paisley talks about CCAC in the 80s. She shares memories about dorm life, her student colleagues, and the work she made during that era.
James Murphy talks about getting his education at CCAC in the early 70s as a beneficiary of the G.I. Bill. He remembers his struggles with funding his education, some of his mentors at CCAC, and the 40 year career in graphic design that he went on to.
Jay Ward talks about his time at CCAC in the late 80s and early 90s: his student worker jobs, student housing, and the vibe of the campus. He recounts his experience of the 1989 earthquake on campus.