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Antiques and Alma Mater

Last year, antiques appraiser Lark Mason (’77) came home to UT to film an episode of Antiques Roadshow at the McClung Museum, which will air on PBS in October. See Mason talk about his continuing work with the museum and his love of UT. Continue reading

Traveling Pants

Randy Lawson (’82) got quite a surprise recently when a pair of pants he wore in a Clarence Brown Theatre production turned up in a play he was working on in New York. Continue reading

Healing through Helping

David and Brittany Spence faced every parent’s worst fear when their son, Forrest, passed away at just fifty-five days old. To honor him, they created the Forrest Spence Fund to help families struggling with the non-medical needs of a critically or chronically ill child. Continue reading

The Philanthropist

A bow tie can say a lot about a man, and in Harrison Collins’s case it says he’s passionate about water. Specifically, clean water. Continue reading

Prisons or Education?

Did you know that in the state of California it costs roughly seven times more to house one prisoner for a year than it does to send just one child to a college or university? Continue reading