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Omnibus #41

podcast icon Posted Tuesday, February 12, 2008. Total length: 15:59

Dowling alum Marianne Lennie Latini, class of 1975, describes her experiences at Dowling in the early seventies. Now a teacher coordinator for Western Suffolk BOCES, Marianne discusses working in the library, Felini movies, and moving out to Long Island from Queens.

As this is also our special Valentine's Day episode, Marianne and her husband Joe also relate the story of the 1974 Dowling Spring Cotillion.
"That's what Dowling did...it really built up your confidence."
Marianne Lennie Latini

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(Music Courtesy of the Band of Imagination/Joe Latini)

  • 0:03 Introduction
    Chris Kretz - Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian
  • 2:17 Interview with Marianne Lennie Latini
  • 10:26 Spring Cotillion '74
    Marianne and Joe Latini each give their impressions of the big dance.

Songs: "Jewel You Are Rare," "I Need You Much More," (with Ryan Latini on violin) and "Rock & Roll Man" by Joe Latini Bookmark and Share

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