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Seawright, Sandy (audio interview)

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coverage
Winston-Salem (N.C.)
creator
Johnson, Cleo
Seawright, Sandy
date
2012-02-19
2024-03-08T16:37:30Z
2024-03-08T16:37:30Z
2024-03-08 (issued)
description
Sandy Seawright is originally from North Carolina and attended Wake Forest for two years beginning in 1965. He then transferred to UNC-Charlotte to be closer to his family in Charlotte. Seawright speaks candidly about his with mental health and identity during his time at Wake, discussing the ways in which therapy helped. Additionally, he details his involvement with ROTC on campus and his struggles with repressing his sexuality while an undergraduate student.
format
audio/mp3
0.050671296
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/103083
language
English
relation
History of Wake Forest University Oral histories (RG53.1.2 )
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subject
Wake Forest University -- History
Expanded Wake Voices
Inclusive Student Life Collection
ROTC
LGBTQ
Queer Public Histories
Sexual minorities
Counseling
Mental health
title
Seawright, Sandy (audio interview)
type
Sound

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