The following is an excerpt of a story from the Oct. 10 issue of The Wichita Eagle about a happening at WSU's Ahlberg Hall.
WuShock helps airman pull off surprise reunion with his wife
Oct 10, 2013 10:50 AM | Print
Senior Airman Brett Combs has served under fire for the last six months, working for the U.S. Air Force behind the barbed wire of a base somewhere in Afghanistan.
On Wednesday, Combs picked up a big bundle of pink flowers, and nodded to his co-conspirators.
They included Wichita State University's WuShock mascot and a grinning Steve Arnold, the associate dean of the WSU College of Health Professions.
Then, with Wichita newspaper and television cameras recording it all, he followed Arnold into a crowded WSU classroom.
He strode strode briskly toward a young woman sitting unsuspecting in the classroom's front row.
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