For those interested, here are the questions that Chris Gondek ’90 will be using for the alumni podcast interviews. Background here.


Eph Interview Questions

Class of 1958 (1954-58)

  1. What are your first memories of Williamstown?
  2. How did you decide on your major?
  3. What was the best decision you made while at Williams? What was the worst?
  4. Were you a member of a fraternity? If so, which one? What is your most vivid memory of fraternity life? Do you regret their elimination at Williams?
  5. Is there a class at Williams that, looking back with 50 years of hindsight, you’d like to take again because you have more life experience?
  6. If there were one person from your time at Williams, whether dead or alive, whom you could have dinner with, who would it be and why? What do you think you’d talk about?
  7. Was there ever an event in your life that made you think, “Now, that’s why I went to Williams”?
  8. Is there a moment from Williams you wish you could relive?
  9. Do you have any advice for the incoming class of 2012?

Class of 1988

  1. What are your first memories of Williamstown?
  2. How did you decide on your major?
  3. What was the best decision you made while at Williams? What was the worst?
  4. Was there any one social event you remember in particular?
  5. Is there a class at Williams that, looking back with 20 years of hindsight, you’d like to take again because you have more life experience?
  6. If there were one person from your time at Williams, whether dead or alive, whom you could have dinner with, who would it be and why? What do you think you’d talk about?
  7. Was there ever an event in your life that made you think, “Now, that’s why I went to Williams”?
  8. Is there a moment from Williams you wish you could relive?
  9. Do you have any advice for the incoming class of 2012?
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