Essays, Uncategorized

Adjusting Our Historical Rearview Mirror

Adjusting Our Historical Rearview Mirror: From colonization to inclusivity, historian weighs in on Black History Month in Texas By: Gabrielle Wilkosz It’s lunchtime at Huston-Tillotson University, and rows of offices are cushioned by the midday lull that comes with an afternoon meal. One office is an exception, however. Room 219, Dr. Theodore Francis’ office, is… Continue reading Adjusting Our Historical Rearview Mirror

Essays, Uncategorized

Taking Up The Pen in Retirement

Taking up the pen in retirement: Writing duo weaves life experiences into award-winning mystery novel By: Gabrielle Wilkosz FOR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS, they’ve been together. Sitting with each other in hospitals. Laughing until their sides hurt. Through funerals and festivities, Dixie Everett and Sue Cleveland have remained “super-friends” as they say. And now, they’ve written a… Continue reading Taking Up The Pen in Retirement