A common saying is that the two things we cannot avoid are death and taxes. We should add a third pillar to the old saying by including change. Change affects young and old, both genders and all races and religious backgrounds. No one and no thing is above its reach.
After 35 years of service to Amarillo College, Dr. Paul Matney will retire this summer. During those years, he interacted with countless students, faculty, staff and community members. Here’s what some of them they had to say about one of the most popular presidents in AC history.
The Ranger staff says farewell to friends and hello to new beginnings.
Amarillo College Dr. President Paul Matney presented Judy Carter, honors coordinator, and Bruce Cotgreave, director of the physical plant, with President’s Special Achievement Awards at the board of regents meeting, April 22.
Amarillo College regents visited the new Manufacturing Education Center on the East Campus March 25 before getting down to business at the monthly regular meeting.
Amarillo College President Dr. Paul Matney announced his retirement this week.
Though they shouldn’t be, opinions are a tricky thing. Everyone has them, and everyone believes they should be allowed to have whatever opinions they want on whatever topic they choose.