‘Open Door’ book includes orange stripe tale, other little-known stories

OD dust jkt (IMG_6741)Did you know that Language Arts instructor Keith Longberg once painted a bright orange stripe from the sixth-floor elevator down 200 feet of hallway and around a corner where it became an arrow pointing to his office? He did it in protest of the drab confines of the GRJC West Building. Though Longberg was billed for the removal of the arrow, Language Arts colleagues, in the name of aesthetics, took up a collection in his support.

Read about this and more in Open Door, the 100 year history of GRJC/GRCC, available at Schuler Books, the GRCC Library, or online here.

 

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