Striker, Marjorie Burditt (Class of 1940), June 2, 1995
Scope and Contents
1 interview with Marjorie Burditt Striker, Middlebury College Class of 1940, with Joice Pangalila. During the interview, Striker discusses a French teacher who influenced her decision to apply to Middlebury; academic programs at Middlebury; English literature major; hiking at Lake Dunmore; teaching English after graduation; cars on campus; student government; Women's college at Middlebury; fraternities; dating; student activities; town-gown relations; jobs on campus; sorority; student-professor relations; diversifying the student body; school dances; the Middlebury Inn; and changes in students overtime.
- June 2, 1995
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research without restriction.
Biographical / Historical
Marjorie Norma (Burditt) Striker (1920-2014) was born to Roland E. and Natalie (Cox) Burditt in Stoneham, Massachusetts, and graduated from Middlebury College in 1940. Striker was a teacher for most of her life. She married William W. Striker and had four children: Nancy, Christina, Louisa, and Betsey.
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- College students -- United States -- Social life and customs
- Community and college
- Greek letter societies
- Literature -- Study and teaching
- Middlebury (Vt.) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century
- Middlebury College -- Alumni and alumnae
- Middlebury College -- Women
- Oral Histories
- Single-sex classes (Education)
- Students -- Social life and customs