The HSU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 14, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 19, 2005 Page: 1 of 12
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VOLUME 92 ISSUE 14
NEWS PAGE 1-3
IN FOCUS PAGE 4-5
STUDY BREAK 6
RELIGION PAGE 7
OP-ED PAGE 8-9
SPORTS PAGE 10
THE VIEW PAGE 11-12
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Charles Richardson To Retire From HSU
Local Au thor Touched
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By Brad Bagby
Charles Richardson will be retir-
ing in May from his position of
Director of Media Relations after a in North Carolina both of which are
30 year career at Hardin-Simmons statewide publications.
Richardson's media career began
in his undergraduate years at Howard
Payne University and expanded
afterwards as he went to work for
The Brownwood Bulletin and enlist-
ed in the Army. While being in the
Army Richardson sharpened his
photography skills. "I learned that a
journalist that can do both journalism
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explained Richardson. In the Army
Richardson was a managing editor
for the 7th Infantry Division's
"Bayonet" a newsletter for the divi-
sion. Richardson's long and expansive
journalism career included working
for the Abilene Reporter News The Richardson was named Director
Brownwood Bulletin and serving as of Media Relations for the University
an assistant editor of The Baptist in 1 990 the position he is now retir-
Standard and The Biblical Recorder ing from.
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held several media-related news
titles. "The names of the titles
changed a bit throughout the years"
"There's mixed emotions going
into my retirement" said Richardson.
"The most rewarding part was the
people I interacted with the students
the student-workers students and all
the faculty and staff; I've been hon-
ored to have that connection."
Despite his retirement Richardson
is not exactly hanging up his camera
and notepad just yet. "I'm going to
keep on going" exclaims Richardson
. "I've been working with and will
be working with Howard Payne as a
member of the board of directors I'll
still be doing media related stuff
there." Richardson is also staying
explains Richardson adding "Some active in the bi-yearly publication of
of the offices were more narrow as "The Hourglass" which is the publi-
the earlier titles were a little more cation of the 7th Infantry Division
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Western Heritage Day Attracts Stampede Of Eager Children
A stampede of eager school chil- The annual event is an entertaining singers theatre performances camp-
dren arrived to the 40 acres last and educational experience that fires and up close encounters with
Thursday to participate in the annual attracts several area elementary stu- livestoc. The 40 acres gave the excit-
on-campus Western Heritage Day dents and usually draws a large ed children a taste of the wild west
festival. crowd. The activities range from folk
Does Amityville Horror
Students Austin Evers and David Julian
(far back) work the pumps at Western
Photo: David Lewis
White Horse team rider Starla Bailiff overlooks
as eager children get up close to one of the hors-
es at last week's Western Heritage Day. Photo:
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The HSU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 14, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 19, 2005, newspaper, April 19, 2005; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth104710/m1/1/: accessed July 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.