Interview with Sally Spencer-Thomas (Class of 1989) by Emma Kellogg
Sally Spencer-Thomas at Reunion 2019 (photo credit: Ellery Harkness)
Emma Kellogg (Class of 2020)
Sally Spencer-Thomas (Class of 1989) describes deciding to apply to Bowdoin after feeling valued during her campus visit. Considering fraternities, she recalls both the benefits of making friends through Delta Kappa Epsilon, but also the challenges of the heavy drinking culture and problematic attitudes about sex and relationships. Spencer-Thomas comments on her study-away experience at the University of Stockholm. She reminisces on studying Art and Psychology and mentions her painting sessions in the old morgue at Adams Hall. She reflects on the support of the Bowdoin community since the death of her brother, also an alumnus. Finally, she comments on her multi-generational view of Bowdoin by sharing her impressions of the College through the eyes of her father and son.
Spencer-Thomas, Sally, "Interview with Sally Spencer-Thomas (Class of 1989) by Emma Kellogg" (2019). Alumni Oral Histories. 17.