Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
Group oral history collected by Rebekah Irwin and Aylie Baker (Middlebury Class of 2009) during the Iftar meal breaking the Ramadan fast at the Muslim Students Association Room in Forest Hall. Topics included racial discrimination, the Muslim bans (a series of discriminatory executive orders and proclamations issued by the Trump administration), and college experiences of Muslim students.
1 interview with Victor Nuovo, Middlebury College Professor of Religion and Philosophy. During the interview, Nuovo discusses changes at Middlebury through five administrations; Middlebury students during the 1960s and 1970s; changes in curriculum; and the disbandment of fraternities.
1 interview with Ward L. Oliver, Middlebury College Class of 1925, by Joice Pangalila. During the interview, Oliver discusses his experience at Middlebury; academics; student social life; track and field; cross country; compulsory chapel; relationships between students and faculty; and reunion.
Interview discussion between Jo Opot, Class of 2005, and Mike Schoenfeld, Senior VP and Chief Philanthropic Advisor. Collected by Danielle Rougeau, College Archivist.
1 interview with Gordon Perine, Class of 1949, and Middlebury College Senior Development Officer. During the interview, Perine discusses the evolution of the student population and the college community at Middlebury, as well as the changing status of fundraising in higher education.
1 interview with Bruce B. Peterson, Class of 1956, conducted by David Stameshkin in the Library basement. Peterson discusses his role as faculty chairman; trustees; the Arts Center; the student center; new departmental programs; salary; tenure; raising tuition; curriculum; science departments; winter term; fluctuation in enrollment in various departments; faculty relations; growth of student body; and student-faculty interactions.
1 interview with Robert Pickard, Middlebury College Class of 1940, by Joice Pangalila. During the interview, Pickard discusses life at Middlebury; student and faculty relationships; academics; limited programs and excellent quality; student social life; and fraternities and sororities.
1 interview with Chandler Armstrong Potter, Middlebury College Professor of Drama. During the interview, Potter discusses education and the Theatre department; comparisons of fine arts and academic programs; and the relationship between Middlebury College and the town of Middlebury, Vermont.
1 interview with Alfredo Ramon, Professor of Spanish at the Spanish School.Ramon discussed his work as a painter and his work with the theatre; the Middlebury program in Madrid; traveling to Spain; how he came to Middlebury; what the Spanish school is known for; feminism; differences between Spanish and American culture; and what he likes about teaching.
This oral history interview, Riley [unknown last name] (Class of 2022) discusses reactions to the 2020 election as a trans-femme individual, the need to stay radical, and hopes for the future and the rest of the semester.
1 audio cassette tape containing interview with Herbert Duncan Rollason, Jr., Middlebury College Class of 1939. During the interview, Rollason discusses President Moody's influence; the influence of his family and the idea of a co-educational college on his decision to go to Middlebury; the biology program at Middlebury; fraternity rush; dating at Middlebury; relationships with the College President and faculty members; and changes at Middlebury.
1 interview with Jim Ross, Class of 1951 and Middlebury College Business Manager. During the interview, Ross discusses the role of a business manager at a small college, the relationship between Middlebury College and the town of Middlebury, Vermont, as well as the College's physical expansion.