University of Mary Washington
This interview airs beginning February 16.
During an exhibit of his work in the duPont Gallery at the University of Mary Washington, Joe DiBella talked about art, his love of teaching, and the 25 years reflected in the exhibition.
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This interview airs beginning February 9.
President Hurley is personable and already popular at the University and in the Fredericksburg community. He brings to his new position considerable local experience and lofty goals for the future of the institution. Debby Klein had the privilege of interviewing the ninth president of the University of Mary Washington, in his office, on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
This interview airs beginning November 17.
As Chairman of the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Mary Washington, Gregg Stull has measurably enhanced the program and opportunities for students. A recent major renovation of the Klein Theatre motivated us to visit with Professor Stull to see the results and discuss his many interests and accomplishments. Debby Klein talks with him on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
Wanted: local leaders in education, medicine, civil rights, government, good works, patriotism, historic preservation, and other fields.
Jake Bales has been so widely interviewed that when I sat down with him, I hardly knew where to begin. He is not merely a favorite librarian at the Simpson Library, at the University of Mary Washington; he is also the author of more than five different biographies, including such renowned authors as Horatio Alger, Kenneth Roberts and Willie Morris, as well as two biographical essays on Peter Jenkins and Homer Hickam.
It was late afternoon when I sat down to talk with the author of the recent publication, My Chaos Theory. Steve Watkins is an English professor at the University of Mary Washington.
When Dr. Edward Alvey, Jr., died at the age of 97 on July 11, 1999, generations of Mary Washington College students remembered him as their beloved Dean.
They -- and generations of Fredericksburgers -- also remembered him as a writer and historian who illuminated the life and times of our area.