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Breaking Ground in Claremont

Hi all! I’m back this week, hopping forward in time to our move to Claremont in 1957. From my time reading through all of the correspondence that was saved from the 1950s, I learned all about the politics and personalities behind the move to Claremont (but trust me, it’s a lot less exciting than [...]

2019-08-16T19:38:34+00:00August 16th, 2019|CST Archive blog|0 Comments

CST Alumnus Dr. José Franciso Morales Named Acting President of DSF

The Disciples Seminary Foundation has named CST alumnus, the Rev. Dr. José Francisco Morales, Jr., as its acting president, replacing the Rev. Dr. Jon Berquist. CST President Kuan affirms that Claremont School of Theology highly values its sixty-year relationship with Disciples Seminary Foundation, saying, “Over the decades we have partnered in educating hundreds of religious [...]

2019-08-09T23:06:21+00:00August 9th, 2019|News|0 Comments

Back to Our Roots, Before CST Became CST

Hi all!  This week I thought I would share a few finds from our very beginnings. You might have seen one or two of these on our social media in the last few months, that's because one of my favorite things to come across in the archives has been photos of our first graduating [...]

2019-08-09T20:30:18+00:00August 9th, 2019|CST Archive blog|0 Comments

Meeting Rev. Dr. F. Thomas Trotter in the Archives

Hi all,  This week I am deviating from my schedule a bit. When I checked my email at the beginning of the week I had an archival request for photos of Rev. Dr. F. Thomas Trotter, a former faculty member, dean, and interim president of CST. Dr. Trotter passed away on Friday July 26th at [...]

2019-08-05T23:12:17+00:00August 2nd, 2019|CST Archive blog|2 Comments

Welcome to the CST Archives

Hi all!  My name is Keziah and I’m heading into my second year of a masters program in interreligious studies here at CST. In addition to attending classes, writing my thesis, and digging around in the community garden on campus, I also spend 20-30 hours a week sorting through the CST archives. I started [...]

2019-07-19T17:13:22+00:00July 12th, 2019|CST Archive blog|0 Comments