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As we sat around the dinner table aboard the aircraft carrier USS Independence, around November 1990 time-frame, a subordinate of mine said that his uncle had graduated from a "dingy" college in southwest Oklahoma called SOSU. His uncle made it to the rank of admiral - four stars - in the US Navy, he subsequently added. I then told him and the rest of the group that I had risen to the position of Chief Engineer at one of AlliedSignal's divisions only seven years after I had graduated from the same "dingy" college.If given an opportunity to attend a better college, I'd have probably taken it. Nonetheless, SOSU had given me a great education, a good starting point, and it had also prepared me for a remarkable career and life. Its faculty consists of the most dedicated people and its environment is most suitable for those who come to college to learn, not partying. Just look at what Dr. and Mrs. Letts have achieved while there besides teaching? One is a widely acclaimed author and the other is a noted actor.Look for Dr. Jim Harmon (Electronics) or Mr. John Carrington (Aviation) and ask them about those who came, studied, and left thirty years ago.