Students -- Social life and customs
Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook, made by Middlebury College student Geraldine Raymond '57, contains dance cards, sports programs, newpaper articles, postcards, and letters related to Middlebury College.
Included in this folder are eight items from the scrapbook of Linda Mae Durfee, Middlebury College Class of 1958, including two poems, dance cards, and invitations to various events.
This unbound scrapbook contains a loose collection of items including theatre programs (Wig and Pen, Cosmos Club, Middtime Varieties), programs from events such as convocation, junior weekend, baccalaureate, athletic events, and Winter Carnival. It also includes stickers, a list of dormitory regulations, and information about sororities at Middlebury College.
This folder contains 4 sleeves, totaling 13 photographs. The photographs depict various Middlebury College students between 1975 and 1978.
1 interview with Almy Coggeshall, Middlebury College Class of 1940, by Joice Pangalila at Coggeshall's 55th reunion. Coggeshall discussed why he chose Middlebury College; fraternities; social activities; Mountain Club; camping trips; Middlebury Campus; Hepburn dormitory; chemistry; reunion; male and female relations on campus; restrictions on women; Dean of Women, Eleanor Ross; Sudetenland crisis; his writing tutor; and his life's work.
1 interview with Henry "Pete" Erbe, Jr., Middlebury College Class of 1959. During the interview, Erbe discusses why he chose to go to Middlebury; academics; his role as class president for three years; Judicial Council; Chi Psi; his role as president of Chi Psi at Middlebury; views on the world then and now; military - ROTC; skiing; politics; and changes in student life.
1 interview with Paul Sigurd Eriksson, Middlebury College class of 1940. During the interview, Eriksson discusses why he chose Middlebury College; college sports; academic challenges; the financial cost of college; fraternity rush; serving as Campus business manager, fraternity steward, and chapel janitor; and student social life.
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 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.
From the lighter side of student life to deep critical engagement with campus culture, this transinstitutional collection is intended to document life at Middlebury outside the official channels of communication, to archive diverse points of view and student activities, and to create a historical record of dynamic and engaging discussions that define our collective experience at Middlebury College.
1 interview with Richard P. Mills, Middlebury College Class of 1966. During the interview, Mills discusses his undergraduate experience; the history major; Middlebury during the 1960s; his decision to attend Middlebury; academics; student social life; Bread Loaf; his career as an educator; how Middlebury has contributed to his career; Middlebury connections; changes at Middlebury; and the relationship between Middlebury College and the town of Middlebury, Vermont.
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.