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MJ Faller Class of 2023 Oral History Interview December 2021

COVID 19 Reflection Project > COR 202 Student Oral History Interviews > MJ Faller Class of 2023 Oral History Interview December 2021

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Identifier
2021.21.22
Date
December 2021 (Exact Date)
Object Type
Sound Recordings
Description
Oral history interview narrated by Champlain College student Margaret June ("MJ") Faller, Class of 2023, conducted by Champlain College student Minerva Paulino, Class of 2024, in December, 2021. This interview was recorded as part of a assignment for the Champlain College class COR 202: Spaces, Places, and Identities. Audio recording with accompanying written transcription. In this interview, the narrator discuss their experience with the COVID-19 pandemic, including serving as a resident advisor, remote learning, taking remote classes from home, impact of the pandemic on their mental health, Champlain College's support of students with mental health concerns, the transition back to in person classes from virtual classes, eating in the college dining hall, the impact of the pandemic on friendships, and reflections on personal growth during the pandemic. 17:43.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2020008759]
Resident assistants (Dormitories) [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2006006633]
College students--Mental health [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2009120677]
Web-based instruction [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2003006114]
Subjects
Champlain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- Students (is described by)
Champlain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- COVID 19 Impact (is described by)