In Part 1 of this interview, Katherine May Hazard begins by discussing daily life at Pembroke College. For her, this meant commuting to campus and becoming used to the regimented life at Pembroke. She explains some of the requirements, what it was like to date mathematicians, and her involvement on campus. Outside of class, there were a variety of activities and, oftentimes, formal dances. She remembers Dean Margaret Shove Morris telling them that Pembrokers were not preparing for a specific career, but for life.
In Part 2, Hazard shares her opinions on the Women's Movement and her distress at the thought of Pembroke having lost its identity in the Pembroke/Brown merger of 1971. Hazard continues to discuss the Brown of today and how, when she visits, she sees both destruction as well as continuity.
Crystal Room, Alumnae Hall