Monthly Archives: July 2018

Grandpa, What Was Print Media?

July 29, 2018 – A few years ago my oldest grandson asked what I had done in the Air Force and his father told him I had used a typewriter. “What’s a typewriter?” he asked. Now before my youngest grandson … Continue reading

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An Unplanned Conversation with Julian Bond

Among the decaying newsprint clippings I discovered in the attic this weekend was a February 20, 1970 issue of The Spotlight, the student newspaper of Eastern Baptist College. Headlining the issue was an exclusive interview with Georgia legislator Julian Bond … Continue reading

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Odyssey of a Would-Be Cartoonist, Part 6

Eastern Baptist College, Part 4 As is the case with most institutions, the faculty is the heart and core of the student experience.

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Odyssey of a Would-Be Cartoonist, Part 5

Eastern Baptist College, Part 3 Either despite or because of the tenor of the times, the spiritual dimension of life at Eastern was never lost.   And the theological discourse was rarely tame.  

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Odyssey of a Would-Be Cartoonist, Part 4

Eastern Baptist College, Part 2

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Odyssey of a Would-Be Cartoonist, Part 3

Eastern Baptist College July 23, 2018 – I spent barely six months at McConnell AFB, Kansas, from February to August 1968. It was the briefest and, in some ways, the most educational period of my Air Force experience. As a … Continue reading

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Odyssey of a Would-Be Cartoonist, Part 2.

McConnell AFB, Kansas July 23, 2018 – Looking through my attic this weekend for a folder of letters I had written home from my Air Force assignment in England from 1965-1968, I discovered instead a box of fifty-year-old publications. I … Continue reading

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