Cameron University announces the publication of "Reflections: A Pictorial History 1908-2008" and "Reflections 2008-2009," two limited-edition coffee table books that capture the Aggie spirit in photos. The books, each hardbound and containing 68 pages, are available for $25 each and can be purchased at the Cameron University bookstore or in the CU Office of Public Affairs, Room 150 of the Administration Building.
"Reflections: A Pictorial History 1908-2008" photographically documents the history of Cameron University from its beginning as Cameron State School of Agriculture through the university's year-long Centennial Celebration. The volume contains more than 100 photos from the Cameron archives as well as a section devoted to the institution's 16 presidents.
"Reflections 2008-2009" chronicles the 2008-2009 academic year with photos that capture the rich collegiate experience enjoyed by CU students during Cameron's year-long Centennial Celebration. Photographers whose works appear in the volume include CU students Jim Horinek and Bennett Dewan; Lawton photographers Jeff Dixon, Michael Pope and Monica Wood; David McNeese of McNeese-Fitzgerald Photography in Oklahoma City; CU staff members Melanie Barfield and Ann Morris; and former staff member Chris Heath.
For more information on the "Reflections" books, contact the CU Office of Public Affairs at 581-2211.
February 26, 2010