Winter 2021 Share/Discuss Previous Story Next Story Share/Discuss Print More from Winter 2021 More in Features, Mem’ries Sweet Topics: Feature, Mem'ries Sweet Your comments are welcome 3 Comments Bob on November 30, 2021 at 10:39 am I remember the students’ insults when I wore my Army uniform on campus. Reply Valerie Neal on December 10, 2021 at 2:41 pm Bob, it was so inappropriate of students to scorn servicemen and women. I’m sure the insults were not truly directed against you as a person but were an expression of opposition to government policy. I hope that wound to you has long since healed. Perhaps we are all wiser now about that era. Reply Valerie Neal on December 10, 2021 at 2:55 pm The feature issue on 1971 (Winter 2021) was quite a trip down memory lane. It was good to see Jennifer Giddings again, recap Charlie Varner’s artwork, and “hear” Ted Coonfield’s still-principled voice. We had a fine class and cherish many memories of coming of age during a time of social change. I was saddened to see Dr. Ron Flowers noted among those we will miss. He was among the last of my professors still alive. I remember Dr. Moudy, Dr. Sadler, and Dr. Newcomer well–all so instrumental in growing TCU and elevating its standards–when they were still vital forces on campus. Thank you for the stories and photos from 50 years ago. I hope that younger alumni see some links between their time and ours. We all share a TCU legacy. Reply Leave a comment Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name * Email * Website Δ Related reading: Features 1971: The Times, They Were A-Changin’ As a divisive war in Vietnam wound down, a tech revolution and a new academic era at TCU were dawning in 1971. Features, Mem’ries Sweet How TCU Won a Phi Beta Kappa Chapter For 50 years, the honor society has signified academic excellence at the university. Alumni, Features Microprocessors Transformed Technology Fifty years ago, John Roach saw huge potential in the tiny microprocessorchip.