Chances are, if you’ve ever received a dollar from Dr. C. Moody Alexander, it’s never been spent. Maybe the bill is tucked into a wallet, or a drawer, or in the case of this writer, posted on a corkboard in your office. And why? Because you’re going to do the right thing.
Returning to the place where you gained the skills necessary to forge a career can evoke a wellspring of memories — some humorous, some eyebrow-raising, and others downright inspirational. Just ask the Caruth Class of 1967.