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Over the course of the improvisational trip, they butt heads, they open up, and the "faith of their fathers," revealed slowly over the course of the film though the surviving letters written home from Vietnam, opens their eyes to redemption, grace and faith.
"Faith of Our Fathers," the latest Christian-themed film from the studio that produced "God's Not Dead" and "Do You Believe?
", tells the story of two men whose fathers fought in Vietnam and never came back.
Smith Hall has been used as a library, a chemistry laboratory, and a building for law classes. Cornelia Phillips Spencer wrote letters to state leaders and newspapers as part of her efforts to reopen the University. The house stood on the present site of the Carolina Inn and was owned by Mrs. The Widow Puckett House, built in 1796, is located on East Franklin Street. Puckett provided rooms, meals, and washed clothes for students when the student body became too large for Old East. James Phillips, mathematics professor and father of Cornelia Phillips Spencer, resided here for many years.
Early in the history of the University, students who became ill had to rely on the help of church ladies until their parents could come. President Swain and the trustees were surprised and worried about the reaction against the University (See Page 166). L fm v I /} r%- ■ -___...- i -S """^"i -\ *"-=~l f-^g F ii gnl -a*i* -ii The first gymnasium, constructed in 1885. President Battle agreed that dancing in the library was improper, so the trustees arranged for the gymnasium to be built on private property, just east of the present site of Peabody Hall.