Middle School Librarian Praises STRONG INSIDE

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The popular middle school book blog Ms. Yingling Reads calls STRONG INSIDE young readers edition a must for any middle school or high school library. In her fantastic review, Ms. Yingling calls the book a "a fascinating, very personal account of the ... [Continue Reading]

The Jockbrarian Review

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Jeff Schreiber is my kind of librarian! First, he's from Wisconsin, the state where I was born. Second, he (obviously) loves books. And, as you can tell from his nickname, he loves sports, too. So, I was pleased to see his fantastic review for the ... [Continue Reading]

The Deborah Kalb Q&A

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One of the country's most respected and prolific book bloggers, Deborah Kalb of Washington, D.C. recently posted a Q&A on STRONG INSIDE, highlighting both the young readers' edition and the original. Check it out here. ... [Continue Reading]

Dole Institute of Politics

I had the opportunity to travel to Lawrence, Kansas to speak about STRONG INSIDE at the nationally renowned Dole Institute of Politics. This fabulous museum and archives functions much like a presidential library, and director Bill Lacy puts on a ... [Continue Reading]

Wallace, Dillard Return for Lawson Lecture

Perry Wallace and Godfrey Dillard return to Vanderbilt tonight to speak at the 10th annual James Lawson Lecture. Vanderbilt freshman Alexa Bussman previews the event in her very first article for  The Vanderbilt Hustler. Great job, Alexa! ... [Continue Reading]

Vanderbilt Takes Closer Look at Race

Keith Ryan Cartwright of The Tennessean examines the numerous events happening at Vanderbilt this year in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Perry Wallace and Godfrey Dillard's arrival on campus. ... [Continue Reading]

Race, Sports & Vanderbilt: Art Exhibit

Race, Sports & Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt University's Fine Arts Gallery has opened an exhibit titled Race, Sports & Vanderbilt: 1966-1970. Arts & Science Dean Martin Rapisarda, who curated the exhibit, moderated a discussion with Vice Chancellors Dr. George Hill and David ... [Continue Reading]