From art, history and religion to sweet Texas cuisine and fiction, SMU’s 2012 book roundup offers a wide selection to satisfy the readers in your life. Treat yourself or those on your gift list to one of the current titles listed below the link.
Voight, a resident of Irving, Texas, died Friday, March 23, after a brief illness. A native of Port Neches, Texas, Gretchen was the elder child of Donna and Ranny Voight.
Gretchen joined SMU in 2006 as the assistant registrar for academic ceremonies. She managed all aspects of the University’s five academic ceremonies, including Opening Convocation, December Graduation, Honors Day Convocation, the Baccalaureate Service and the Commencement Convocation, as well as other special University events. She was also active in the Staff Association, serving as its president in 2010-11 and founding its book club in 2011.
Gretchen is survived by her parents, along with her younger sister and brother-in-law, Robyn and Travis Lovett, as well as countless friends who were blessed to know her.
Written by Cherri Gann
Whether focused on jazz, South Seas adventure or a vampire-informed approach to theology, books published by members of the SMU community in 2011 cover such a smorgasbord of topics and interests that there’s bound to be something for even the pickiest reader on your holiday list.
Wade on in below the link – the reading’s fine….