A Teacher

This is what the ideal university is: a committed teacher and engaged students. This is what we are when we’re at our best. Everything else is noise.


Godspeed Dennis Huston and thank you. Enjoy your retirement!

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7 Responses to A Teacher

  1. rick sheridan says:

    Melissa, Did something happen to him? Thanks,Rick Sheridan ’86

  2. Glad he is still around! One of my favorite teachers, ever. And hilarious at a Jones College lunch table (he was a faculty member of the college) back in the late 70s.

  3. effegee says:

    Had me worried until I read the comments!!!

  4. Kathy says:

    My favorite prof, too; I graduated in 1971. I can’t believe he’s just now retiring, since *I’m* retiring this year, too. I guess he has more energy than I do, which doesn’t surprise me 😎

  5. Buddy Chuoke '75 says:

    This picture of Dr. Huston lecturing reminds me of sitting in his English class in 1971, when tuition at Rice was $21OO. Is a similar experience of learning from Dr. Huston now worth the $43,22O undergraduates are now asked fork over…

  6. Bryan says:

    Dennis acted in many of Shakespeare’s plays as well. He stole the show as a very animated Sir Toby Belch in Baker Shake’s Twelfth Night back in 1972! He also served twice as master of Hanszen! Long live Dennis Huston!

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