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He’s not done yet: Miami professor Fahey just keeps publishing
By Patrick Geshan
September 16, 2022
Some believe age is just a number.
Like anyone else, Oxford resident David Fahey rises out of bed, then goes to work. He boots up his computer. Answers emails. Talks on the phone. Reads. Thinks.
He recently published a book. His second in three years.
The 85-year-old professor, who’s a decade retired from Miami’s Department of History after 43 years in the classroom, is still as sharp as they come.