Goddard Storyphone - Phyllis Katz de Mantalvo (BA RUP '67)
Phyllis Katz de Mantalvo (BA RUP '67) called the Goddard Storyphone to tell us her memories of Goddard College in the late 1960s. "I remember the sheer beauty of it," she says, speaking of the historic Plainfield, Vermont campus. Narrated by her brother Jonathan Katz (BA RUP '71), this is the Storyphone finale of our yearlong Goddard story collection project in celebration of Goddard's 150th Anniversary in 2013.
Danielle Abrams, Faculty, MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts. Residency Sites: Plainfield, VT.
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