I loved Wilson College, John Fleming Master, Wilcox hall and having a dog who loved the roof of Wilcox.
I signed into Wilcox hall in the first year it was open for living space and we had the first co-ed dorm on campus. We actually had women as dorm mates and learned to love them all as sisters and companions. I had a single in room 300 and a king size water bed. It was bliss. And a large German Shepherd dog named Xander who loved to roam the roof of Wilcox.
Louie Motherball Productions was based in Wilcox and we made a lot of musical events happen - out of thin air.
Sadly, I will not be there for the 50th, but I sent a copy of my new book to Trevor Forde to give to John Fleming. Many stories in the book and profiles of professors are based in Wilson College. See www.outskirtspress.com/life-lessons.
The book is Life Lessons from Louie Motherball, Margaret Mead and the Good News Guy. Near Mrs. and Direct hits of an eccentric Thousand-aire.
-- Alexander Randall 5th '73 --