Some of us walk; some of us run; some of us just like to picnic. We thought we’d share some of our own favorite campus places for relaxation and recreation. Click on the illustration above to view a larger version.
“Goldwater wanted to move the Republican Party’s center of gravity from the Northeast to the Sunbelt, and he was extremely successful by those lights. He was probably one of the most influential losers in American history.”
Presidential historian Alvin S. Felzenberg, a lecturer at the Annenberg School for Communication, on the reasons why politicians endure the rigors of running for president. Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater ran in 1964 and was trounced by President Lyndon Johnson. (USA Today, Nov. 27, 2014)