Murmur is a collection of personal audio stories from around campus. The recordings are casual and unscripted and told in a variety of voices, including students, faculty, staff, and alums.

 

   To listen online, click on the links below. When you’re on campus, look for the bright orange Murmur icons, then call 802.443.2600 from your cell phone and enter the three-digit location extension to hear a one-two minute story.

Recent Recordings

Title Storyteller Location
Lunch With the F.B.I. Cookie Tager MA French ’66 Proctor Dining Hall
The Questionable Countess T. Tall ’65 Le Château
Hepburn Yellow T. Tall ’65 Hepburn Hall
The Boa Constrictor of Gifford T. Tall ’65 Gifford Hall
Jim Douglas and his First Coup d’état T. Tall ’65 McCullough Student Center
Rabbi Reichert meets the Dalai Lama John Elder, College Professor Emeritus Davis Family Library, Special Collections
Robert Frost’s Chair John Elder, College Professor Emeritus Davis Family Library, Special Collections
Modern Technology Tom Chambers ’91 Axinn Center at Starr Library
Battell Blackout Kenneth Williams ’12 Battell Beach
Crew Team Biniyam Estifanos ’14 Battell Hall
The Fishbowl Hannah Newman ’13 McCardell Bicentennial Hall Greenhouse
En Français Christian Rentsch de Moraga ’76 Le Château
Misquoted? Karl Lindholm ’67, staff Dana Auditorium
Strange Man Karl Lindholm ’67, staff Public Safety
The Confession Karl Lindholm ’67, staff Stewart Hall

 

For more recordings, click here.

 

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