Interview with Michael Jeng (Class of 1989) by Emma Kellogg
Michael Jeng at Reunion 2019 (photo credit: Ellery Harkness)
Emma Kellogg (Class of 2020)
Michael Jeng (Class of 1989) describes living in Winthrop Hall and building lifelong friendships with his roommates. He speaks about challenging himself to take classes outside of his Biology and Philosophy majors. He discusses various on-campus jobs, like selling ads for the Orient, and extracurricular activities such as playing squash and tennis. Jeng remembers organizing a 10k run for Bowdoin students against apartheid in support of divestment from South Africa and attending pro-choice rallies in Washington, D.C. He reminisces on volunteering for a variety of organizations, mentioning the Big Brother Little Brother Program. Jeng also reflects on learning more about himself while at Bowdoin, including exploring his sexuality, leading a balanced life, and interacting with people from all walks of life.
Jeng, Michael, "Interview with Michael Jeng (Class of 1989) by Emma Kellogg" (2019). Alumni Oral Histories. 19.