Spring 2002
Vol. 19, No. 1

Seasons Staff

William Nunnelley
Editor
Mary Wimberley
Associate Editor
Jack Brymer
Contributing Writer
Sean Flynt
Contributing Writer
Scott Camp
Graphic Designer
Donna Fitch
Web Designer & Editor
Janica York
Editorial Assistant
Caroline Baird Summers
Photographer

Samford University Alumni Association Officers 2002-03

Bennie Bumpers '63
Sonya Bumpers '63
Co-Presidents

Tom Armstrong '73
Vice President

Brooke Dill Stewart '95
Secretary

 

You Can't Tell a Book By Its Edge
Dr. Thomas E. Corts

He Got Them Out
A rare swap of war prisoners resulted in freedom for 149 Allied soldiers during the latter stages of World War II. Fifty-seven years later, 12 survivors meet the man who gained their release: Samford alumnus Gerow Hodges '42.

Classics Coming of Age
Students studying the great themes of antiquity now do so in one of Samford's newest departments: classics. This spring, the department graduates its first majors.

A Critical Need
Samford's Critical Languages Program is not new, but its mission seems more important than ever in the aftermath of September 11.

The Bumpers Take Over
Bennie and Sonya Bumpers '63 have been a team since freshman days. Now, they're heading the Samford Alumni Association.

Campus News

About Faculty
Black Hawk Down Ranger Says Conflict Solidified Faith

Samford's James Gibson Named Truman Scholar
Samford Builds Habitat House
Divinity Chapel Pulpit

Sports
Alumni Features
Class Notes
Births
In Memoriam
Books & Giving

Spring 2002

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