Interviewee

Peggy Hunter

Interviewer

Martha Manning

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Abstract

In her June 2013 interview with Martha Manning, Peggy Hunter detailed her thoughts and memories of her experience here at Winthrop. Hunter spoke of the time period 1968-1971 with an emphasis on the follow topics: Student teaching, Winthrop traditions, and college life from the perspective of a non-traditional college student. Hunter also discussed how Winthrop’s student teaching program had prepared her for a career in teaching. Hunter gives praise as she reminisce and reflect on how Winthrop has grown. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections Oral History Program.

Publication Date

6-19-2013

Unique Identifier

OH 275

Format

MP3

Length

33 minutes

Restrictions

This interview is open for use.

Series

Alumni

Keywords

Student teaching, Coeducation, Integration, Traditions, microfiche, student life, General education, PE requirements, placement test, NTE, Cultural events, Cadet, College Professors, Strom Thurmond, tuition

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Oral History

Interview with Peggy Hunter

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