Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Armstrong, James I. (President), November 4, 1974
Scope and Contents 1 interview with James I. Armstrong. Former President Armstrong announces his resignation from office to the student body and participates in an interview discussing why Middlebury is ready for change; why the mission statement is at its peak; Middlebury's financial issues; balancing the budget; the endowment; advice for the successor; female candidate for president; sacrificing spending time with students to raise funds; expanding the school with a language building, the new library, and a...
Dates: November 4, 1974
Lavenbaum, Peter (Class of 1967), 19xx
Scope and Contents An interview of Peter Lavenbaum, Middlebury College Class of 1967 by Tom Alderman. Lavenbaum discusses events while he was at Middlebury; the civil right act; Vietnam war; editing the newspaper; alcohol use; marijuana use; why he chose Middlebury; English major; creative writing; fraternity; "the alibi" the mill; Delta Upsilon; student social life; rushing; peace corps; teaching; working as a counselor; graduate psychology degree; college activities; town gown relations; big brother big...
Neuberger, Fred (Class of 1950, administrator), February 3, 1975
Scope and Contents 1 audio cassette tape containing interview with Fred Neuberger, Class of 1950 and Dean of Admissions by Tom Alderman. Neuberger discusses working as dean of admissions; President Storrs Lee; President Armstrong; President Stratton; the end of Women's college of Middlebury; coeducation; old economy; socioeconomic classes; Middlebury tuition; trustees; student body numbers; overenrollment; female vs. male students; how Middlebury students compare with other new england private schools;...
Dates: February 3, 1975
Rikert, Carroll (trustee, administrator), July 1, 1975
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Carroll Rikert, Jr. conducted by David Stameshkin.Trustees Procter, Hadley, Allen take leading role (01:01); MIT treasurer (01:30); Dr. Stephen A. Freeman, acting president 1953, Hadley, Procter, Allen active roles (04:05) Ted Lang named treasurer, succeeds Allen (04:30) senior trustees: Lang was least recognized and most significant (05:00) Lang's influence on the college was great (05:45); Hadley, Procter, Allen relied upon Brigham's judgement; (06:01) National...
Dates: July 1, 1975