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Mike Gauldin

Mike Gauldin

A perennial problem since students started driving vehicles to campus, the lack of parking drove Mike Gauldin in 1979 to illustrate how far away visitors to the campus should expect to park. Gauldin, who later was an editor of The Traveler, also drew a comic strip for the paper called "Wild Bill." Gauldin later served as press secretary for then-Gov. Bill Clinton and worked in the U.S. Department of Interior in Washington after Clinton became president. He continues to work in Washington while drawing editorial cartoons for the Arkansas Times in Little Rock.

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