Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
Librarian and Cultures Librarian, Katrina Spencer, engages members of the Middlebury community who trace their origins to the broad black diaspora(s) of the world. Listen to Political Science Professor Kemi Fuentes-George share his thoughts in his own words. Kemi recommends A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James.
1 interview with Thor Baltzer Gustafson, Middlebury College Class of 1939. During the interview, Gustafson discusses his high school years; the Chi Psi fraternity; baseball; his role as student president of the sophomore class; social issues; war; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; politics; student social life at Middlebury; life after Middlebury; academics; family life; and class reunions.
1 90 minute interview with Egbert Charles Hadley by David Stameshkin. Interview references Marjorie (Finch) Hadley, and Deborah Clifford. Hadley discusses managing the baseball team; dorm life; compulsory chapel; senior theatre; Middlebury as the "poor man's college"; Harvard; prohibition; drinking around campus; Brainerd; Kellogg; how Middlebury has changed; commencement speakers; Armstrong; comparing presidents; facilities; McCullough gym; athletics; and working on the Kaleidoscope.
1 interview with Addison C. Hall, Middlebury College Class of 1969. During the interview, hall discusses his four years at Middlebury; drug culture; student relationships with faculty members; student social life; living in Vermont; a production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"; and class reunion.
1 interview with Louise Gove Hawkins, Middlebury College Class of 1940, with Joice Pangalila at Hawkins' 55th reuintion. Hawkins discusses how she found out about Middlebury; what she liked about Middlebury; starting her family; Mountain club; compulsory chapel; biology department; President Moody; town-gown relations; Battell Cottage; student activities; and World War II.
1 interview with Ursula Heibges, Middlebury College Associate Professor of Classics. During the interview, Heibges discusses the status of Classics in higher education as well as her research interests.
Interview with Hilton "Bick Bicknell, Class of 1959. Son Van Bicknell in attendance. Conducted by college archivist Danielle Rougeau in the Davis Family Library.
1 interview with Dana Holby, Professor of Dance. Holby discusses how dance improves athletics; dance; stretching; injury; exercises; sports training; developing muscles; sports movement; developing dance classes for sports; dance enrollment; dance curriculum; dance classes for skiing; flexibility; physical condition of students; physicality of men vs. women; and the benefits of dance.
In this oral history interview Madison Holland, Class of 2021, is joined by another member of the Class of 2021 and the two iscuss their reactions to the 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump's declaration of a false victory, their hope for the outcome of the election, the current energy on campus, and their hopes for the rest of the Fall, 2020 semester and the Spring semester.
Phone interview with Jeff McKay '65, from his home in Corte Madera, CA. Conducted by Fred Stetson '65 with college archivist Danielle Rougeau at the Axinn Center Sound Booth, November 14, 2019. Time stamps and keywords available in McKay veteran file.
1 interview with Daniel Jourlait, Director of the French School. Jourlait discusses the DML; the kinds of students the French school attracts; technology used in the French school; hiring faculty; the language pledge; French stereotypes; United States-France relations; history of France; reputation of SLS; diversifying faculty; summer program for teachers; Battell hall; and duties of the director.
1 interview with Joseph Kasper. Kasper discusses faculty-student relations; Storrs Lee; student council; Mr. Hepburn; how he wanted to leave college to work; how he came back to Middlebury; Professor Stevens; Jewish discrimination; religious diversity; socio-economic breakdown; President Moody; Elbert Cole; Trustees; growth of the student body; town gown relations; World War I; hazing; pranking; his college roommate; Harvard; and President Stratton.
1 interview with Konrad Kenkel, Director of the German School. Kenkel discusses his job of hiring faculty; teaching German culture; what kind of students come to language schools; different approaches in teaching German; German studies; teaching German literature; how Middlebury compares to study abroad; east, west German college professors; competion for German school; dwindling interest in German; Berlin wall; German school guest speakers; total immersion; and the 5th week slump.