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Benjamin Rand (1997) recently accepted a position at Tarrant County College District located in Fort Worth, Texas as Associate Vice Chancellor. Benjamin recently was employed at The City University of New York as Director of Strategic Planning & Partnership Dev.Submitted on Feb 23, 2016
Nancy Churnin (Journalism, 1981) writes, "I am the theater critic for the Dallas Morning News and will have my debut picture book, The William Hoy Story: How a Deaf Baseball Player Changed the Game, published by Albert Whitman and Company March 1. It's the true story of William Ellsworth Hoy, who was born when Abraham Lincoln was president (and died when JFK was president). He loved baseball but was discouraged from playing because he was deaf. He taught umpires signs so he could play -- the same signs we use today. His baseball career lasted from 1886-1902. He's in several Halls of Fame, including the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame."Submitted on Feb 23, 2016
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