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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:

Hadley, Egbert Charles (Class of 1910, trustee), 1974

Identifier: MOH2
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1974

Hennefrund, Elizabeth L. Ring (Class of 1944), June 4, 1994

Identifier: MOH91
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Elizabeth (Ring) Hennefrund, Middlebury College Class of 1944. The interview was conducted at the Class of 1944 40th reunion. During the interview, Hennefrund discusses her life prior to Middlebury; the status of women at the College from 1940 to 1944; sororities and fraternities; academics; the English and American Literature major; political views; how war affected Middlebury College; the V-12 Navy College Training Program at Middlebury; gas rations; athletics; a professor...
Dates: June 4, 1994

Hicks, John (Class of 1941), May 31, 1996

Identifier: MOH114
Scope and Contents 1 interview with John Hicks, Middlebury College Class of 1941, by Tom Alderman. During the interview, Hicks discusses the American literature major; post-graduate academics; World War II naval service; U.S.S. Enterprise; the Battle of Midway and Okinawa; professional career in higher education; Tufts, Wesleyan, and University of Massachusetts, Amherst; small colleges in comparison to large public universities; fraternities; track and field; coach Arthur Brown; affection for Middlebury;...
Dates: May 31, 1996

Holby, Dana (faculty), 1978

Identifier: MOH29
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1978

J. Allen Fitzpatrick (Class of 1978) interview with John Atherton (Class of 1993), 2023-03

Identifier: C-181
Scope and Contents

Oral history interview collected by J. Allen Fitzpatrick, Class of 1978, with John Atherton, Class of 1993.

Dates: 2023-03

J. Allen Fitzpatrick (Class of 1978) interview with Mike Karin (Class of 1959)

Identifier: C181_MOH_a28_karin_mike_fitzpatrick_allen_2023-02-19
Scope and Contents

Oral history interview conducted by J. Allen Fitzpatrick, Class of 1978, with Mike Karin (Class of 1959) in celebration of the 100th-year anniversary of men's ice hockey at Middlebury College.

Dates: 2023

Leaning into Discomfort video series, July 2020 -

Identifier: A28_Leaning_into_Discomfort
Scope and Contents

Video files containing conversations between Middlebury student athletes and coaches about race.

Dates: July 2020 -

McClellan, Mary Wisotzkey (Class of 1945), June 3, 1995

Identifier: MOH102
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Mary Wisotzkey McClellan, Middlebury College Class of 1945, by Joice Pangalila.Class 1945, came to the college from Pennsylvania. She was a Home-Economics major but changed to American Literature. She loved the college and her friends (01:13); She played team sports (soccer, basketball, volleyball) and received her 1,000 AA Point Jacket. (02:20); Social life at school were gym dances on Saturday nights. Female college was separate from the men's college. Monday...
Dates: June 3, 1995

Middlebury Women's Soccer team, 2023-04-30

Identifier: C-181
Scope and Contents 1 .mp4 and 1 .m4a file containing oral history interview conducted over Zoom with former members of the Middlebury College Women's Soccer Team, conducted by Special Collections Oral History Intern, Beatrice Donovan, Class of 2023.5. Alumni interviewed include Alissa Huntington, Class of 2018; Maddie (Morgan) McLellan, Class of 2018; and Abby Blyler, Class of 2020.Introduction. Alissa Huntington. Class of 2018. Environmental Economics Major. Spanish Minor. Middlebury Women's...
Dates: 2023-04-30

Munford, Howard (Class of 1934, faculty), March 18, 1986

Identifier: MOH37
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Howard McCoy Munford, Class of 1934. Munford discusses Reginald Cook; department of American literature; resigning in protest; President Armstrong; studying as an undergraduate; Harvard; President Moody; Middlebury's reputation; restrictions on women; fraternities; social life; fraternities exclusion; gender segregation; women's separate college; qualitifications of the women; number of student applicants; comparing grades of men and women; women professors; Eleanor Ross;...
Dates: March 18, 1986

Nelson, Walter "Duke" (Class of 1932), February 7, 1986

Identifier: MOH33
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Walter "Duke" Nelson, retired Middlebury College Football Coach. Nelson discusses what he studied at Middlebury; athletics; field house; athletic facilities; coaching football, hockey and golf; teaching PE; intermurals; lacrosse; comparing Middlebury to other colleges; student activities; changes in Middlebury; teaching sports at a young age; World War II; what makes Middlebury unique; the rural setting; the growth of Middlebury; scholarships; financial aid; President Moody;...
Dates: February 7, 1986

Neuberger, Fred (Class of 1950, administrator), February 3, 1975

Identifier: MOH10
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

Nicholas, Erin (Class of 2022), 2023-05

Identifier: c181_nicholas_erin_donovan_beatrice_2023
Scope and Contents 1 .mov file containing oral history interview with Erin Nicholas, Class of 2022, conducted by Special Collections Oral History Intern, Beatrice Donovan, Class of 2023.5.Introduction. Class of 2022. Field hockey. Lacrosse (0:06); Positive experience. Grateful for teammates. Sport-dominant school. (0:38); Successful teams. Support from students and faculty. Event on Title IX. Earning respect. Winning for attention (1:13); Level of resources. Access to training room. Locker rooms....
Dates: 2023-05

Official Visit podcast episode 7: Alex Ritch, August 5, 2020

Identifier: a28_official_visit_podcast_alex_ritch_20200805
Scope and Contents Episode 7 of the Official Visit podcast (not affiliated with Middlebury College) featuring Alex Ritch, Class of 2022. During the episode, Ritch discusses his journey to Middlebury College in Vermont. Alec attended Branson High School and committed to Middlebury to play both baseball and football. Subjects and timestamps: Dreaming of playing college sports since he was 9 (1:19) Why he started his recruiting process so late (6:07) His thoughts on development v. showcasing...
Dates: August 5, 2020

Oliver, Ward L. (Class of 1925), June 4, 1995

Identifier: MOH106
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: June 4, 1995

Paquette, Alexis "Ali" (staff), 2023-03-15

Identifier: C181_Paquette_Ali_Donovan_Beatrice_2023-03-15
Scope and Contents 1 .wav file containing oral history interview with Director of Athletic Communications/Assistant Athletic Director, Alexis "Ali" Paquette conducted by Special Collections Oral History Intern, Beatrice Donovan, Class of 2023.5.Introduction. Assistant Athletic Director. Director of Communications. (0:22); Oral history project overview (0:37); Record keepers. History in the College Archives Collections. (1:30); Work on Title IX. Women's sports success. (2:05); Year 50. (2:13)...
Dates: 2023-03-15

Parker, Harold (Class of 1944), June 3, 1994

Identifier: MOH87
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Harold Parker, Middlebury College Class of 1944 and Instructor in Sociology. During the interview, Parker discusses having family members at Middlebury before he arrived in 1940; joining the military; majoring in sociology, psychology, and physical education; coming back to Middlebury after the war as a married student; his time as instructor in the Army Air Force; using "Free Frank Mails" to keep in touch with Middlebury while on military duty; being a student, faculty...
Dates: June 3, 1994

Peterson, Max (staff), May 23, 1992

Identifier: MOH73
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Max P. Peterson, Director of Sports Information. During the interview, Peterson discusses his retirement in 1991; his time as Director of Sports Information; the changing role of college public relations; the News Service and the College's response to Vietnam activism; South Africa divestment; campus dialogue; the college campus as a reflection of society; the changing nature of the College population; the relationship between Middlebury College and the town of Middlebury,...
Dates: May 23, 1992

Raunecker, Sarah (Class of 1992, staff), 2023-04-12

Identifier: c181_raunecker_sarah_donovan_beatrice_2023-04-12
Scope and Contents 1 .wav file containing oral history interview with Head Volleyball Coach, Sarah Raunecker, Class of 1992, conducted by Special Collections Oral History Intern, Beatrice Donovan, Class of 2023.5.Introduction. Head women's volleyball coach. Director of Physical Education. 29th year as head coach. 10 years assistant basketball coach. (0:02); Equal treatment as a player. Late 80s. Early 90s. (0:31); Time away from Middlebury. CCI access. (1:10); Women's assistant basketball coach....
Dates: 2023-04-12

Ricker, Justin (Class of 1906), 198x

Identifier: MOH62
Scope and Contents Includes one interview featuring three panelists from the sociology, economics, and anthropology departments. Also includes one oral history interview with Justin Ricker. Vice-presidents Walter Rooker and Bud Leeds (02:45); 49 years as teacher (03:50); president made millions of dollars (04:27); 2 students in his high school class-Elcat and his brother, Jewish faith. "Fired" Elcat from his class (06:25); Elcat's writing career began, thanked Ricker for "firing" him...
Dates: 198x

Siefer's scoop episode 1: Cole Crider, September 8, 2020

Identifier: S9_Siefers_Scoop_Episode_1_Cole_Crider_20200908
Scope and Contents From the Middlebury Campus newspaper website: "Cole Crider [Class of 2023], a member of the men’s football and baseball squads, joins the podcast in its first episode of the school year. A sophomore at Middlebury, Crider was a member of the 2019 football team that set a litany of NESCAC records after going undefeated last year. He also pitches for the baseball team and was set to carve out a role for himself on the squad as a first year. On this podcast, we ask the Nashville...
Dates: September 8, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 2: Noah Whiting, September 15, 2020

Identifier: S9_Siefers_Scoop_Episode_2_Noah_Whiting_20200915
Scope and Contents Episode description: "Noah Whiting [Class of 2022], a member of the men’s cross country and track and field teams, joins the podcast this week. In this episode, we ask Whiting about how the pandemic has affected the cross country season. What’s it like to wear a mask while running? Does the team have any upcoming intra-team races? How do runners keep their runs fresh and entertaining when they’re quarantined to campus? Also, we chat about his first two years on the cross country...
Dates: September 15, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 3: Gianna Palli, September 18, 2020

Identifier: S9_Siefers_Scoop_Episode_3_Gianna_Palli_20200918
Scope and Contents Episode description: "Gianna Palli [Class of 2023], a member of the women’s basketball squad, features on the podcast this week. In this episode, we ask Gianna about how the pandemic has affected the women’s basketball season. What has the team been doing to stay in shape? What’s the best-case scenario for this semester? What might the season look like? Also, we talk about her first year in the Panther uniform, which snapped after six games due to an injury. We discuss her...
Dates: September 18, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 4: Lizzie Kenter, September 28, 2020

Identifier: S9_Siefers_Scoop_Episode_4_Lizzie_Kenter_20200928
Scope and Contents Episode description: "Lizzie Kenter [Class of 2023], a member of the women’s golf squad, joins the podcast this week. We begin with a discussion on how the pandemic has affected golf. What has changed about golf practice? What’s the outlook on the spring season? We also discuss her first year on the team in 2019. What are her thoughts on the Ralph Myhre course? What’s her favorite memory with the team? Finally, we explore her early years with golf. How’d she first get into the sport? What...
Dates: September 28, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 5: Eli Drachman, October 8, 2020

Identifier: s9_siefers_scoop_episode_5_eli_drachman_20201008
Scope and Contents Episode description from the Middlebury Campus web site: "Eli Drachman [Class of 2024] joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast for the fifth episode of the year. A first-year on the men’s swim and dive team, Eli chats about what it’s been like to be a first-year at Middlebury during a pandemic. How has he navigated the social landscape? What is his favorite part about the school? Eli also discusses the guidelines surrounding swim practice and his experience in the pool thus far. He offers his...
Dates: October 8, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 6: Amanda Frank, October 15, 2020

Identifier: s9_siefers_scoop_episode_6_amanda_frank_20201015
Scope and Contents Episode description from the Middlebury Campus website: "Amanda Frank [Class of 2023], a member of the women’s tennis team, joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast this week. Frank starts the conversation by describing the restrictions that the tennis team faces this semester. What do practices look like? What’s it like wearing a mask while playing tennis? Frank also gives her outlook on the tennis team in general. What’s the team culture like? What does it add to her college experience? Finally,...
Dates: October 15, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 7: Election issue: Middlebury student-athletes committed to political activism, October 19, 2020

Identifier: s9_siefers_scoop_episode_7_election_issue_20201019
Scope and Contents Episode description: "In this episode of the Siefer’s Scoop podcast, I explore the political activism exhibited by Middlebury student-athletes this semester. I interview a host of athletes and coaches to learn about how our sports teams are fulfilling their civic duty, from ensuring voting registration to calling representatives to demand justice for Breonna Taylor.The podcast features Brinlea La Barge [Class of 2023], a member of women’s tennis; Beatrice Donovan [Class of...
Dates: October 19, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 8: Alex Stimpson, November 12, 2020

Identifier: s9_siefers_scoop_episode_8_alex_stimpson_20201112
Scope and Contents Episode description: "Alex Stimpson [Class of 2023], a member of the men’s squash team, joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast this week. A sophomore at Middlebury, Alex discusses the Covid-19 guidelines that the squash team has faced this semester. How are practices structured? What’s it like wearing a mask while playing squash? Alex then dives into an overview of the team, detailing the culture and dynamics. How tight-knit is the team? What are some favorite team bonding activities? Finally, he...
Dates: November 12, 2020

Siefer's scoop episode 9: Nate Moll, January 28, 2021

Identifier: s9_siefers_scoop_episode_9_nate_moll_20210128
Scope and Contents Episode description from The Middlebury Campus website: "Nate Moll [Class of 2022] joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast this week, the first guest to appear in 2021. A junior on the men’s squash team from Birmingham, Michigan, Nate begins the conversation by explaining why he picked up squash and how he progressed to the college ranks. Who were some of his early influences? During his college search, why did Middlebury stand out? Next, we discuss the squash team in general, and Nate sheds light...
Dates: January 28, 2021

Siefer's scoop episode 10: Delanie Goniwiecha, February 4, 2021

Identifier: s9_siefers_scoop_episode_10_delanie_goniwiecha_20210204
Scope and Contents Episode description from The Middlebury Campus website: "Delanie Goniwiecha ’23 joins the podcast this week, marking the first hockey player to appear on the Siefer’s Scoop podcast. A sophomore on the women’s hockey team from Rochester Hills, Mich., Delanie recorded five goals and two assists as a first-year on the team. While her sophomore season was axed due to the pandemic, Delanie still remains optimistic about what’s to come. She speaks about her roots with hockey, her college...
Dates: February 4, 2021