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The Web Magazine focuses on alumni news and campus events from Gardner-Webb College; now Gardner-Webb University. This issue announces the speaker for spring commencement to be Dr. Roberta van der Voort, praises students for setting another enrollment record, pays tribute to three GWC professors (Michael Harrelson, John Rast, and James Henson) who were killed in a car accident that January, and writes about the new B.E. Morris Academy. It also explains what the Gardner Society is, recognizes several individuals for being appointed to new positions at GWC and elsewhere, announces Douglas J. Culver to be the speaker at the Broyhill Academy sponsored banquet, announces the Summer Enrichment Experience, introduces the program that will be initiated for the blind/visually impaired, and discusses a seminar that local authors/columnists attended. It also provides an update on football, recognizes Bill Miller for having tackled the task of writing a community history, recognizes James W. Ray for donating a mineral collection to Gardner-Webb, and provides a schedule for alumni day.

Publication Date

Winter 1983


Gardner-Webb University


Boiling Springs, NC


The Web Magazine, Gardner-Webb College, Boiling Springs, NC, Alumni News, Spring Commencement, Enrollment, Michael Harrelson, John Rast, James Henson, B.E. Morris Academy, Gardner Society, Annual College Fund, Diane Ledbetter, Libby Alexander, Promotions, Douglas J. Culver, Marjorie Hoyle Rogers, Summer Enrichment Experience, Program for Blind/Visually Impaired, Seminar, David W. Cribb, C.A. Hasty, Football, Bill Miller, Mineral Collection, Alumni Day

The Web Magazine 1982/1983, Winter