Interview with Jenna Burton (Class of 1994) by Emma Kellogg
Jenna Burton at Reunion 2019 (photo credit: Ellery Harkness)
Emma Kellogg (Class of 2020)
Jenna Burton (Class of 1994) describes the process of making friends through Hyde Hall and the sailing team. She also speaks about her experience being part of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and becoming its first female president. Burton reminisces about the hurdles and triumphs of starting the women’s rugby team and discusses the camaraderie and support she found within the team. Additionally, Burton talks about her on-campus job as a Resident Assistant, her Biology major, and reflects on working with Safe Space to critically examine the College’s sexual harassment policy. Finally, she touches on some of her favorite memories, like long brunches in Thorne Dining Hall and broom hockey on the quad.
Burton, Jenna, "Interview with Jenna Burton (Class of 1994) by Emma Kellogg" (2019). Alumni Oral Histories. 27.