ItemFounders Tell Stories: Don Fischer(2019-01-01T00:00:00-08:00) Kelly, JudyIn this interview with Monsignor Don Fischer discusses the effects that Vatican II had on the architecture and format of mass in the Catholic Church in the 1960's and 1970's. Fischer also goes in depth about the construction of the Chapel of the Incarnation (also known as the Church of the Incarnation) and how Vatican II helped inspire its simplistic design. He also discusses having Advent Mass in the gym and in Lynch Hall prior to the church's creation. Notable members of the University of Dallas community are also mentioned: Damian Fandal, Lyle Novinski, Duane Landry, Jane Landry, Heri Bartscht, and Juergen Strunck. ItemFounders Tell Stories: Lyle Novinski(2019-01-01T00:00:00-08:00) Kelly, JudyInterview with Lyle Novinski discussing his early years of coming to the University of Dallas and how art departments in Catholic education throughout the country differed greatly in the 1960's. Novinksi also discusses how the art department curriculum came to be and the expectations of students. Novinski also discusses his involvement in planting the trees on campus, advent masses in the gym, and the Bells in the Braniff Memorial Tower. Notable people mentioned include Beatrice Haggerty, Phillip Seitz, Heri Bartscht, Juergen Strunck, Chapman Kelley, Walter Ender, John McElroy, and the University Art Guild. ItemFounders Tell Stories: Scott Dupree(2019-01-01T00:00:00-08:00) Kelly, JudyInterview with Scott Dupree discusses coming to the University of Dallas as a student and being the first Fulbright Scholar of the University. Dupree also discusses being awarded a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and his graduate school endeavors. While attending Yale University, Dupree discusses coming back to the University of Dallas as a professor via telephone. Dupree also reminisces on his past 54 years of teaching and the success of the University of Dallas. Dupree also describes what a students can expect from their education at the University of Dallas. Notable people mentioned include Louis Cowan, Donald Cowan, Sr. Francis Marie Manning, ItemFounders Tell Stories: Sybil Novinski(2019-01-01T00:00:00-08:00) Kelly, JudyInterview with Sybil Novinski discussing her early roles at the University of Dallas. Novinski also discusses throwing parties with Louise Cowan and when the Japanese Sword was made on campus. Sybil also discusses her thoughts on the future of education and the University of Dallas. Notable people mentioned include the Cistercians, Phillip Seitz, Donald Cowan, Louise Cowan, Sr. Mary Margaret O'Connell, Walter Ender, Lyle Novinski, Fr. Don Fischer, Sisters of St. Mary Namur, Fr. Benedict Monostori, Scott Dupree, ItemFounders Tell Stories: Gail Thomas(2019-01-01T00:00:00-08:00) Kelly, JudyInterview of Gail Thomas discussing the beginnings of the Dallas Institute and the Center for Civic Leadership at the University of Dallas. Thomas mentions many notable contributors to the University of Dallas and in the City of Dallas such as Donald & Louise Cowan and Helen Corbitt. Thomas also discusses her early roles at UD as the Dean of Women, Dean of Students, Assistant of the President and as the Director of the Center for Civic Leadership. ItemFounders Tell Stories: Bruce Evans(2019-01-01T00:00:00-08:00) Kelly, JudyAn Interview with Professor Bruce Evans as he recounts how he came to the University of Dallas for the first time. Evans mentions notable people such as Bob Lynch and The Guptas. Evans also describes the start of the Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree and the Capstone course. He also describes the origins of his prefered named, Professor Bruce and the parallels of the Graduate School of Management and our liberal arts degrees. ItemFounders Tell Stories(2019-10-01T00:00:00-07:00) Kelly, JudyGathered in the Gorman Faculty Lounge for the 2019 Alumni & Family weekend, these Founders talk about the early days of the University of Dallas. Featured founders include Bainard Cowan, Robert Scott Dupree, Monsignor Don Fischer, Judy French Kelly, Patrick Kelly, Duane Landry, Jane Landry, Lyle Novinski, Sybil Novinski, Pat O'Hagan, and Gail Thomas.