Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
2020 post-election pop-up oral histories, November 4, 2020
Includes audio files containing brief oral history interviews with students reflecting on the 2020 election. Also includes photographs taken during the interviews, which took place outside of McCullough.
Barton, Katie (Class of 2023), November 4, 2020
In this oral history interview, Katie Barton, Class of 2023, discusses the presidential and senate race in North Carolina. Barton also mentions clubs on campus, including the meditation club and a pandemic theater project, that have provided support for students, as well as hopes for the spring semester during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bode, Ella (Class of 2024), November 4, 2020
Oral history interview with Ella Bode, Class of 2024. In the interview Bode discusses supporting Joe Biden, voting absentee in North Carolina, and plans for the day.
Holland, Madison (Class of 2021), November 4, 2020
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.
Landau, Arielle (Class of 2021), November 4, 2020
In this oral history interview with Arielle Landau, Class of 2021, Landau discusses watching the election results come in on election night, waking up on the morning after election day, and self-care.
Riley (Class of 2022), November 4, 2020
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.
Seepersaud, Amelia (Class of 2024), November 4, 2020
In this oral history interview, Amelia Seepersaud, Class of 2024, discusses feelings on Election Day, feelings about the election, concern for family members in New York City, experiencing the election in Vermont, the targeting of students of color at Middlebury in 2016, Halloween, a Geology Professor's feelings about the election, classes, Food Studies, supporting Joe Biden, playing in the snow, how COVID-19 has affected student life, and hopes for the rest of the Fall 2020 semester.
Stimpson, Alex (Class of 2023), November 4, 2020
In this oral history interview, Alex Stimpson, Class of 2023, discusses watching election results come in on Election Day, news reporting on Election Day, and hopes for the rest of the Fall 2020 semester.
Walter Mears presidential election papers
Collection contains journalist Walter Mears' research and reporting on the 1980 (49th) presidential election, in which Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter. Contains press paraphernalia, material concerning The News Business, serials, newsletters, varous publications, reporter's notebooks, presidential campaign data, and miscellaneous telexes and loose papers concerning the presidential campaign.