National Award-Winning Adviser Honored

The Times bestows Gould with adviser emeritus honors

Retired Times adviser Tom Gould was recently named ad­visor emeritus by the newspaper’s editorial board.

Gould was the longest run­ning adviser to the paper in the school’s history, serving a total of 34 years. From 1972 to 2006 he helped to encourage, motivate and teach students how to be bet­ter and improve every day. Dur­ing that time, the newspaper won hundreds of honors and awards but none as prestigious as the National Pacemaker, the Pulitzer Prize of college newspapers. He led the Times to win the coveted award a rare 13 times.

Gould’s name and honor will appear as a permanent fixture in the paper’s masthead.