Oral history of Helen Blumberg
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Helen Blumberg, a Baltimore native, entered Hopkins as a sophomore in 1970 as part of Johns Hopkins' first class of female undergraduates in the School of Arts and Sciences. She graduated in 1973. In this oral history, she describes her lifelong connections to Hopkins, via her father who was himself an alumnus and the director of alumni relations in 1970, and her personal experiences as one of Hopkins first female undergraduates. She touches on Baltimore as a city, student unrest on campus, and feminism. This oral history is part of the Mame Warren oral histories series.