Accounting major Ethan Hanley briefly describes growing up in Bozeman, Montana, and his decision to attend the University of Montana. He recalls how he joined the University’s Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter and eventually became its president. Despite drastic changes to the upcoming academic year, Hanley shares his thoughts on how his chapter will overcome the challenges of COVID-19 despite drastic changes to the upcoming academic year. Hanley also discusses his work during the pandemic with the Montana Democratic Party and his approval of the state’s phased reopening.
COVID-19 pandemic; Global pandemic; Public history; Western Montana; Coronavirus pandemic; Public health and safety; Missoula County; Montana public health; Greek life; University of Montana; Higher education; Phased reopening; Montana Democratic Party; Canvassing; Leadership; Academic recruitment; Online learning; Social distancing; Masks
University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project, OH 475, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 MP4 (00:42:09 min.): digital + 1 transcript (14 p.: 28 cm.)
Hanley, Ethan, "Ethan Hanley Interview, June 18, 2020" (2020). University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project. 5.