Torch, Summer 1991

------------------------- I CAMPUS NEWS Coriell To Become Chaplain at GRACO R onald J. Coriell has been Director of Public Relations at Cedarville College and managing editor of the Cedarville TORCH for 12 years. He has brought professionalism and devotion to his tasks that have resulted in significant recognition for the College, innumerable people blessed and challenged through the TORCH, and several national awards for design excellence. With the publication of this issue, Ron leaves Cedarville College to become chaplain to the GRACO Corporation in Elverson, Pennsylvania. He has served the Lord and the College with distinction and creativity, and we trust God 's best will be his experience in all future endeavors. Martin Clark, editor -:p~C:::C:::I:; l _-.. . . . . . New Engineering/Nursing Center On Schedule S cheduled for completion in the summer of 1992, the Engineering/Nursing Center is under construction and on schedule. The $7 million facility includes $800,000 for necessary changes in the current Science Center. The new three-floor, 68 ,000 square-foot laboratory, classroom, and office building is being erected adjacent and connected to the current 27 ,000 square-foot Science Center, giving Cedarville students one of the largest and best equipped facilities of its kind among comparable colleges.