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Omnibus #21

podcast icon Posted Wednesday, February 28, 2007. Total length: 25:57

Part One of an interview with Leroy Douglas, Class of 1964. (Part Two to be posted March 2nd)

Click on shownotes to see a slideshow of images from the 1963 yearbook.

"I was very skeptical about this whole concept of college."
Leroy Douglas

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(Music Courtesy of the Podshow Podsafe Music Network)

Song: Pretty Baby by The Hillbilly Casino

  • 0:05 Introduction
    Chris Kretz - Instructor/Reference Librarian
  • 1:45 In The Beginning
    Leroy Douglas, Class of 1964, reminisces about being one of the first full
    time students to attend Dowling College (originally known as Adelphi Suffolk
    College). From Wyandanch to Sayville to Oakdale, his story illuminates the
    development of the college as well as Suffolk County. Part II of this
    interview will be posted Friday, March 2nd.
  • 23:30 The Humanitarian Club
    Message from Russell Gerry, president of the Dowling Humanitarian Club, on upcoming events and activities.


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