Neva "Dail" Bridges was a student at Appalachian State University from 1981-1982 before transferring to Chapel Hill where she graduated in 1983. She pursued a major in Psychology and a minor in Women's Studies at the time and created the Association for Women's Studies alongside her classmates. She participated in a number of feminist activities on campus and, after discovering her own homosexuality, began advocating for LGBT groups as well.
Information discussed in the interview: childhood, early education, attendance at Appalachian State University, the dormitories, social events and habits, daily life, weather, relationships, sports, class life, jobs held while at school, the library, and life after graduation.
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