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The World of All 8 O'clock Classes and No Cuts

Texas12 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 3:48 PM
Great tribute to a fine professor. May his Tribe ever increase. I woud also note the Major General George Mabry was a 1940 graduate of Presbyterian College. George Mabry was the second most decorated soldier in World War II in terms of span of awards, having earned all valor awards at that time including the Medal of Honor. Presbyterian College sounds like a great place to receive an education worth having.

My undergraduate studies took place at Presbyterian College, a liberal arts school of about 1,000 students in Clinton, S.C. The town was so small that you had to leave it to find a McDonald's or go to a movie.

The campus was picturesque. Old, tall oak trees, brick buildings, a lawn where students played Frisbee and football, a girls' freshman dorm that had shared bathrooms in the hall and no air conditioning. When I started, I knew only one other student (the previous year's valedictorian from my high school), but I gained many lifelong friends along the way.

While the...