Carole-Jean Smith, '66 (BardCorps)
Paul Margolis '76
Carole-Jean Smith, '66, reflects on the chain of events that brought her to Bard, her professors in the literature department, the experiences at Bard that shaped her, both as a professional and as a person, and the events that were unfolding around the world during her time in college. She remembers: "Bard taught me how to think, taught me how to ask questions and look at things and situations from a variety of points of view and to be able to assess things in a meaningful way."
Drew University; Bard College; Ted Weiss; Anthony Hecht; Irma Brandeis; Terrence Dewsnap; New Jersey; Schuyler House; Dutchess County; Vietnam War; Stone Row; Blithewood; Robbins House; Adolph’s; Old Gym; New York City, New York; Ward Manor
Smith, Carole-Jean, "Carole-Jean Smith, '66 (BardCorps)" (2020). All Oral Histories. 69.
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