Student Liason Committee 1971-02-23

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Texas Tech students Karen Johnson, Jeff Wentworth and Denise Westbrook, participate in a panel discussion of the Student Liason Committee of the Tech Ex-Students’ Association for a KTXT-TV program. Note: This tape is difficult to hear in places.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Student Liason Committee

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: February 23, 1971

Location: Lubbock, Texas (?)

Interviewer: KTXT-TV

Length: 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Panelists introduced, Karen Johnson, Jeff Wentworth, Denise Westbrook, Purpose of the committee, Relevance of Law School education, Practicality, Experience while in school, Visiting attorneys, Baylor University Law School, Trial course, Relevance of undergraduate courses, Actual jobs, Possible changes in degree programs, Conservativism of Texas Tech, Location of school, Origin of students, As opposed to the University of Texas, Students from urban areas, University of Texas, A "fun" university, Parents’ role in deciding on a university, Reasons for attending Texas Tech, Jeff Wentworth, Denise Westbrook, Ranking of universities, Credit by examination, Credit for experience, Problems involved when deciding on a career, Summer jobs as a solution, Jeff Wentworth, Experience as a trial lawyer, Karen Johnson, Experience in Law School, Denise Westbrook, Deciding on a career, experience, Problems with changing colleges within a university, Possibilities for improvement, Involvement in university life, Programs on Texas Tech campus, Education outside the classroom, Speakers, conferences, Problem of student apathy, Student government, Conservative activists.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1971

Bulk Dates: 1971

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