Syracuse, N.Y., retired after 25 years as the education program
supervisor for the Onondaga County Department of Correction. He
continues to help incarcerated youth as a member of the New York
State Association of Incarcerated Education Programs.
Randy Bartlett ('80
M.P.A), Keller, was appointed director of visual and performing
arts in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD. Bartlett, who began his teaching
career in 1969, started band programs in the Princeton and Allen
ISDs and directed bands at Richland, South Grand Prairie and South
Garland high schools. He most recently was director of fine arts
in the Round Rock ISD.
('81 M.S.), Trussville, Ala., is an associate professor of
theatre at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He recently
worked in Young King Arthur at the Birmingham Children's
Theatre and Misery at the Hippodrome State Theatre of Florida
and directed for the Utah Shakespearean Festival. He has appeared
in the films Hero and What Simon Says and did
pre-production and casting for an episode of The Mummy Roadshow
for the National Geographic Channel.
McKinney, completed 25 years with Campus Crusade for Christ this
summer. He has served as a campus minister at the University of
Mississippi and currently serves as international director of operations
for the Josh McDowell Ministry.
Lufkin, is serving in the newly created post of marketing services
manager for the Lufkin Daily News. He worked at newspapers
in Denton, Waco, Diboll and Nacogdoches before joining the Daily
News as managing editor in 1997.
Orange, is the new editor of the Orange Leader. Toal worked
on the North Texas Daily while at UNT and later worked
for newspapers in Lufkin, Sherman, Beaumont and Nederland. She has
served as a freelance correspondent for the New York Times