David Allgier is an Ohio native who attended Indiana University, where he left with a Bachelor's in Accounting and Master's in Management. In this interview he reflects on early technology, "IBM cards", and wiring electronics. He discusses coming to EKU and the opportunity to see new ideas put into action and rapid growths in administrative…
William Kenneth McCarty is a native of Henry County, KY. He attended EKU and became a teacher at Sulphur Elementary School. He attended UK to receive a Master's degree in Education Administration. In this interview he discusses campus life and athletics, and describes how EKU helped him prepare for teaching.
Carol Baugh is a EKU Alumni and a educator of Community Health Nursing. In this interview she discusses her education and her return to EKU to teach. She recounts problems in the department and comments on past presidents.
Fred E. Darling was an EKU faculty member, track coach, supervisor of the athletic tower, assistant dean of men, and the intermural sports director. In this interview, Darling details his career and the reason why he voluntarily ended his coaching position to devote himself to teaching full time.