September 2002: Vol. 81, No. 4
Lone Star Loner
That's what Newsweek calls Dallas Federal Reserve Bank president Bob McTeer (BBA '53, PhD '71), who has become a folk hero of the New Economics.
by Jack Pendarvis and Charles McNair

Cover art: Dallas Fed president Bob McTeer is a folk hero of the New Economics


Contents page photo:
Upholding the Carter family's tradition of service

Uga . . . The Book!
Sanford Stadium fans chant "Damn Good Dogs!" when a retiring Uga passes his spiked collar to his successor, and that's the title of Sonny Seiler's new coffee table book, which chronicles the 46-year history of UGA's bulldog mascots.
by Sonny Seiler (BBA '56, JD '57) and Kent Hannon

Five-year review of progress
Unparalleled success, yes. But the plateau where the University currently stands is not the mountaintop.
by Michael F. Adams

New digs for The Red & Black
As the 109-year-old student newspaper moves into a new building on Baxter Street, staffers admit they'll miss their old Spartan quarters overlooking North Campus.
by Vivian Canedo

Back Page
The air conditioning of the South.
by Jim Cobb (AB '69, MA '72, PhD '75)

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