The most important day in many people’s lives is fast becoming the most complex, says sociologist Angela Thompson, with simple ceremony giving way to big, big business.
Since the doors of Robert Carr Chapel opened in 1953, former Herndon Professor of Music Emmet Smith has played the organ for more than 2,000 weddings. With the bliss are a few sights he would rather have missed.
For half of a century, John Justin ’41 put his own special shine on the boot and brick industries, and helped turn a cattle-drive town into a world-class Cowtown. Now he retires, but not before telling us a few of his favorite stories.
Weddings may be big business, but love still conquers all.
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The dreaded question “What are you doing after graduation?” finally has an answer.
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No matter the origin of the species, comedienne Bertice Berry said this spring, the destination is up to us.
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Swanee Hunt ’72 is now director of the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard’s Kennedy School. She shared the following thoughts during an informal question and answer forum on campus following Honors convocation April 15.
Despite an uninvited guest, this no-muss, no-fuss wedding perfectly suited the bride and groom’s personalities and launched a long and happy marriage.
Stuart and LeAnne broke up after their freshman year, but the Frogs found a second chance at love after reconnecting via the TCU alumni website.
Former U.S. Ambassador Swanee Hunt ’72 was there in 1994, brokering the peace talks in Bosnia. With trepidation, she watches the aggression in Kosovo today. She knows all too well what’s happening there.