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August 18, 2013
One of the kindest souls you will ever meet. He not only represented the voice of the University of Texas, he represented its heart and truly made it "a University of the first class."
August 18, 2013
Thank you for being such a great friend and work colleague with my mother. You exemplified the best in academic endeavor and personal comportment. May your example of a life well lived be long remembered.
August 16, 2013
Bill Livingston was one of the great public faces of The University of Texas. If you met him, you "met" The University. Big shoes to fill.
August 16, 2013
In the early 1970s I took his British government & politics course, which was highly challenging and completely engaging. And in the 37 years I taught high school English, I never forgot his admonition against the use of the "dash." He found them "rude," considering them "too informal." I always shared that advice with my students, and even now I pause before using a dash, hearing his voice and making sure there's not a better way to punctuate my sentence. What a wonderful, caring professor he was! I am saddened by his death.
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