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George Dillworth ('70)

podcast icon Posted Thursday, July 02, 2009. Total length: 15:09

"It was really hard in the late sixties to be a weirdo..."
George Worthmore

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George Dillworth ('70) now goes by the name George Worthmore and tours the world his guitar. Back in the late 60s he was an acting student involved in the Loft Theatre, a lacrosse player, and one of the minds behind the Happening (along with Paul Levett from the class of 69). He also lived down in the Artists Colony.

In this 15-minute interview, excerpted from a longer oral history conducted with George over the phone, he discusses the changes in the College and society that he saw between 1965 and 1970, from the sexual revolution to the draft, Kent State, and more.

This interview is cross posted with our blog Born in the Sixties: The First Year of Dowling College, 1968-69.

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