Interview with Frank Skornia (Class of 2004) by Meagan Doyle
Frank Skornia at Reunion 2019 (photo credit: Ellery Harkness)
Frank Skornia (Class of 2004) describes how he found his way to Bowdoin, including a Class of 1968 alumnus who mentored him. He discusses pre-Orientation trips and settling in to Hyde Hall. He reminisces about his deep involvement in the technical side of theater, including working for both the Theater department and Masque and Gown, and innovating ways of utilizing the new Wish Theater. Skornia speaks about taking advantage of the wide range of courses and the support of faculty advisors and mentors, and talks about his decision to spend a year abroad at the University of York. He discusses the increasing environmentalism and political tensions of the time, and the atmosphere and feelings on campus surrounding the September 11 Terrorist Attacks.
Skornia, Frank, "Interview with Frank Skornia (Class of 2004) by Meagan Doyle" (2019). Alumni Oral Histories. 14.