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The Web Magazine focuses on alumni news and campus events from Gardner-Webb College; now Gardner-Webb University. Much of the beginning of this issue discusses the importance of character and how Gardner-Webb plans to continue to develop character within its students; having been named a "character-building institution", GW had a lot to live up to. Following are articles recognizing several faculty members for their accomplishments and legacies at Gardner-Webb. Students and alumni alike are recognized in this issue for both their work abroad and within the United States, the Broyhill Adventure course receives a special article providing details about it, recipients of the African-American Scholarship are recognized, and the recipient of the newly endowed chair of the Divinity School is recognized.
Boiling Springs, NC
The Web Magazine, Gardner-Webb College, Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, NC, Alumni News, Character, Anne Henderson, Arlen Honts, Retirees, Melissa Brown, Julie Moffitt, Millard Fuller, Broyhill Adventure Course, Athletics, African-American Scholarship, Divinity Chair, Eva Whittington Self
Webber, Matt, "The Web Magazine 1999, Spring" (1999). The Web Magazine. 28.