During a weekend where professional golf returned to its birthplace at the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews for the British Open, golf received quite the makeover at Chautauqua Golf Club.
Tony Campolo is striving to be a Christian. This might come as a surprise to those who know Campolo as…
The highest point in the Leadville Trail 100 — a 100-mile-long ultramarathon held every August throughout the mountainous terrain of Colorado — is 12,620 feet in Hope Pass. Nearly 1,600 miles away and more than 11,000 feet lower, Jon Nassif ran Chautauqua Institution’s iconic Old First Night loop on Wednesday.
Boys’ and Girls’ Club has fostered the youth of Chautauqua Institution for generations, priding itself as being regarded the oldest day camp in the United States. Aside from camp staples like swimming, sailing, soccer and tennis, games like Ga-ga, Prisoner, and Nuke Em are the buzz of the morning schedule when campers arrive at 9 a.m.
Since the dawn of Chautauqua Institution, the lake has been a place of relaxation and spirituality, where Chautauquans can find respite from the intellectual, intensive studies of the day.
If they weren’t playing for anything, they wouldn’t be keeping score.
Dave Wedzik had his cup of coffee on the PGA Tour, and like many before and after him, it left a bittersweet taste in his mouth.
Megan Yip can be hard on herself. For one, she insists she sweats too much. After spending hours playing her cello, a thin layer of rosin builds up beneath the strings and her fingerprints leave a greasy glow on the fingerboard and neck. She hopes to keep her modern Italian cello, which she purchased three days before arriving at Chautauqua Institution, in pristine shape so she wipes off any grime after she plays.
The British are coming, but they’re waiting until after July Fourth to storm the Amphitheater. Brian Stevens and the Brass…
With a career in politics that spanned four decades, former Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison knows a few things about how Washington operates, especially the importance of a functioning — or lack thereof — democratic government.