The iconic dean of the Henry Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia, John Drewry, had a very unique way of making points that he wanted us never to forget.
His method was to make his point, dismiss his class, have discussion regarding the point the following day, and then require an essay about the point as part of the final.
Looking back at my seven year sojourn through undergraduate study the only things I remember were the three times he did this, and the three years I got to sit in the senior section at football games.
I thought it would be fun to make some points to honor dean Drewry and I might even recognize the best “essay.”
Here we go.
1. It is decidedly easier to do more than less.
2. Improvement is a team sport.
3. Today children can hold computers in their hand, but computers cannot hold the hand of a child.
4. Knowledge and ignorance have one thing in common. No boundaries.
5. “We Are the World.”
We’ll reconvene for “Advice 102” next month.
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