Anonymous Champlain College Student Oral History Interview April 2021
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Archival Material and Objects
April 14 2021 (Exact Date)
Oral history interview narrated by an anonymous Champlain College student from the Class of 2024, conducted by Kai Wilens, Class of 2022. Completed as a term assignment for Degree Design Lab 280: Methods Toolbox I. Sound recording of a virtual meeting, with accompanying written transcription. In this interview, the narrator discusses their experience with the COVID-19 pandemic, including attending remote classes, staying connected with friends, friends' attitudes towards the pandemic, the impact of the pandemic on their mental health, being required to leave campus in the Fall of 2020 for violating the College's health pledge, the United States' handling of the pandemic under President Trump and President Biden, and the availability of the COVID 19 vaccine. 35:06.
The sound recording for this interview is preserved in a separate platform and is available upon request.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- [info:lc/authorities/childrensSubjects/sj2021061646]
Mental health [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh85083615]
Library of Congress Name Authorities
Trump, Donald, 1946- [info:lc/authorities/names/n85387872]
Biden, Joseph R., Jr. [info:lc/authorities/names/n80016125]
SubjectsChamplain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- COVID 19 Impact (is described by)
Champlain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- Students (is described by)
Champlain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- Campus (is described by)