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Ben Nichols goes back to college, Mary Steenburgen goes back to the future and Jane Seymour goes to crazytown

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"I haven't used my degree in any official way, but I appreciate my college experience every day." Lucero's Ben Nichols on the value of college in an article in Hendrix's alumni magazine. Until three or four years ago, Nichols says in the article, his mother kept waiting for him to apply his history major at Hendrix to become a history teacher.

"I guess she would still be married to the Doc and they would be flying in and out of the time space continuum." At the recent 25th anniversary celebration of "Back to the Future," Mary Steenburgen speculates on what her character, Clara Clayton, would be doing today.

'Something extraordinary is happening to this kid. He is writing the most amazing music, he is being recorded already, and you're going to hear about him in the next year.” Jane Seymour on her son, Johnny, who she say is channeling the spirit of Johnny Cash. Angels are among us! ["The View" via The Daily Mail]

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