Martin University has had a rough several years. First founder and the major force behind the University, the legendary Father Boniface Hardin retired. But his successor created several years of turmoil, including virtually exiling Father Hardin from the institution he created. Nearly two years ago, the University’s Board of Trustee’s brought in a new President Dr. George Miller III. And things have changed. Even though Father Hardin died nearly two years ago, President Martin has embraced Father Hardin’s vision while upgrading the university’s systems and curriculum. President Miller appeared on Afternoons with Amos to talk about where Martin University is heading and how it maintains Father Hardin’s vision in the 21st Century. Miller was joined by one of the university’s key administrators that works with students Donovan Hartwell. Click the Arrow to Hear Martin University’s President talk about the school with Amos and Listeners. Runs 50 Minutes. ©2013 WTLC/Radio One.