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Watts, Sandy (Video interview)

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coverage
Winston-Salem (N.C.)
creator
Beverly, Parker
Watts, Sandy
date
2022-10-06T15:15:13Z
2022-10-06T15:15:13Z
2022-07-05
2022-10-06 (issued)
description
Sandy Watts graduated from Wake Forest University in 1973, majoring in history. She also earned a teaching credential. Throughout her time at Wake Forest, Watts was a member of SOPH, a social society for women. She also served as the freshman representative to the Women's Government Association. Watts candidly discusses the role of women in Student Government, and mentions the difference between the two student organizations. In this interview, Watts gives a great deal of historical perspective from the 1970s including the impact of the Vietnam War, Kent State, and Roe v. Wade had on the campus community. She also speaks to the importance of her education at Wake Forest and how this impacted the course of her life.
format
video/mp4
56:28 minutes
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/101373
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
History of Wake Forest University Oral histories (RG53.1.2 )
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subject
Inclusive Student Life Collection
Summer 2022 Oral Histories
Wake Forest University--History
SOPH
Women's history
Roe v. Wade
Women's Government Association (WGA)
Vietnam
Kent State University
College student government
Greek letter societies
title
Watts, Sandy (Video interview)
type
Moving Image

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