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Bruce Lee Runberg

November 22, 2000

Massey Award winner Runberg: Anchored to the task Most boys dream of what they want to be when they grow up. Policeman. Fireman. Maybe even president. Most boys end up letting go of their dream somewhere along the way. But … Continued

Martha Crocker Johnson

September 27, 2000

A nature to nurture “How you doing?” Martha Crocker Johnson says as a student passes her outside Graham Residence Hall on a rainy day morning in late August. The student has been here for barely a week, and already Johnson … Continued

Elizabeth Carolyne Snipes

September 13, 2000

Massey Award winner: Working the trenches There’s a lot about Elizabeth C. “Betsi” Snipes you don’t know, which is exactly the way she has tried to keep it during the 31 years she has worked in the University’s Payroll Services. … Continued

Ronald Wesley Hyatt

August 16, 2000

Massey Award winner profile: Homemade goodness “OK brother,” Ronald Wesley Hyatt said as he swung open the door to his office in Woollen Gym and pointed at the donkey’s head hung above his desk. Then he gestured toward his chair. … Continued

Richard Judson Richardson

June 14, 2000

A class act takes his final bow Dick Richardson will never forget the day in 1967 when his 3-year-old daughter Anna looked at him in his flowing black graduation robe and in her big, little-girl imagination saw Batman. “What do … Continued