Swarthmore College- 1962 to 1966- Russian Language

Following my graduation from Morgan Park High School, an inner-city public high school in Chicago, I enrolled in Swarthmore College, a small liberal arts college founded by the Society of Friends, who are colloquially called “Quakers”. Four years of study at Swarthmore College passed quickly. I majored in Russian language and literature, taught by two inspiring professors – Dr. Olga Lang and Professor Thompson Bradley. The most notable event during college occurred in my first year, in Spring 1963, when I saw Pt. Birju Maharaj dance.

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