In Response to: ‘Ever the Teacher’

One day in the spring of 1959, the instructor for my Economics 101 course was unable to conduct the class. A young man who called himself Mr. Bowen substituted. Prior to that day, I had not understood the material very well. In that one class, however, Mr. Bowen’s exposition made the entire semester’s worth of material crystal clear to me.

I have admired and respected William G. Bowen ever since.

Robert B. Stock ’62
Pittsburgh, Pa.