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The Web Magazine focuses on alumni news and campus events from Gardner-Webb College; now Gardner-Webb University. When this issue begins, it memorializes Dr. Charles S. Andrews who served for 34 years on the faculty. This issue also heavily highlights the new Dean of the Business School, Mr. Jim Crawley. Homecoming was another success, and this issue features pictures from the weekend. Tracy Curry was named the new police chief, as the previous one resigned and took a job at the hospital. Some students took a trip to the Holy Land. There was also a positive outlook on both basketball teams. In tragic news, the university lost one of its on, Ms. Patty Bennett in a car accident involving four other Gardner-Webb students.
Boiling Springs, NC
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Burton, Robin T., "The Web Magazine 1994, Winter" (1994). The Web Magazine. 44.