Family physician, surgeon, osteopathic pioneer and civil rights movement leader William Anderson, D.O.’56, FACOS, will be the featured guest in a “fireside chat” on Feb. 18 beginning at 4:30 p.m. CST, hosted by Indian River State College (IRSC) as part …
William Anderson, D.O.’56, wanted to be a doctor, not a civil rights activist. But when the fight to end segregation began in his hometown, he was at the forefront.
The inauguration of DMU’s new president, Angela Walker Franklin, Ph.D., was a “seminal moment” in the University’s history and future that featured formalities, festivities, a fun run and a 50-passenger bus that trekked more than 1,100 miles to be part of the occasion.
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