Way to Go HSU!

In July, my alma mater Hardin-Simmons University received two well deserved honors.  Yes, that is my unbiased opinion. The Chronicle for Higher Education named HSU one of the top ten colleges to work for in the small school division (under 3,000). The results were based upon a nationwide survey of  about 41,000 employees on 247 … Continue reading Way to Go HSU!

My World Tuesday: White Horse Center

For the past several weeks I have been featuring scenes from my alma mater, Hardin-Simmons University. Located in Abilene, Texas HSU proudly embraces its western heritage. One of the iconic groups on campus is the Six White Horses.  Each rider caries one of the six flags that have flown over Texas. The Six White Horses … Continue reading My World Tuesday: White Horse Center

H is for Hardin-Simmons University

Today I have decided to feature my Alma Mater Hardin-Simmons University.  Founded in 1891 near Abilene, Texas Hardin-Simmons. Affiliated with the Baptist General Convention, HSU has been dedicated to an education enlightened by faith since its earliest days. At a cap of  2,500 students HSU is able to provide a quality education and focus on … Continue reading H is for Hardin-Simmons University

Remembering Miss Cul

My alma-mater, Hardin-Simmons University has lost a legend and one of its most loyal alumna and supporters. Miss Aileen Culpepper or Miss Cul as she was known to generations of students served as dorm director for more than 40 years. Miss Cul graduated from HSU in 1938 and returned to the 40 Acres in the … Continue reading Remembering Miss Cul