A couple brushes with athletic greatness doesn’t define Charles Miller’s legacy — how much he helped Florida youth does.
The late Paul Brill’s more than 25,000 hours tracing Omaha Tribe lineage and more than 60 years working with and for Native Americans culminated in the tribe adopting him — and a Nobel Peace Prize nomination.
A career educator, Jim Waugh still works in education as a part-time supervisor of student teachers for Indiana State. “There are some wonderful teachers out there.”
A shy tight-end from Pine Mountain, Ga., Nakia Grier is majoring in exercise science.
As a member of the ’85 championship Bears team, Brian Cabral has played for and worked with some of football’s giants. Now, he’s a giant influence on the Sycamores’ defense.
Lots, say experts. Sports boost pride, provide experiential learning and may help increase enrollment.
As the new head coach at a parochial school in South Carolina, Doug Dutton, ’92, taps the lessons from a star-studded career to help teach his football players.