Dr. Joanne Wible-Kant

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of co-ed undergraduate singing, the Yale Glee Club Associates commissioned the short film “A Home in Hendrie Hall” and the podcast “Time and Change.” Producers Naomi Lewin ’74 and Miriam Lewin ’80 will discuss their work, and speak with a panel of alumni about the process of coeducation for both the Glee Club and Yale College.

Panelists: Bob Bonds ’71, Ellen Marshall ’71, Dr. Joanne Wible-Kant ’73 of Easton, and Alec Haverstick ’74.

Kant sang in the Glee Club and was also a founding member of the New Blue. A recently retired OB-GYN, she has two children, both Yale graduates, one of whom also sang in the Glee Club. A founder and president of the Easton (Connecticut) Arts Council, Kant continues her love of singing with local professional performances.

Click to register for the Webinar: Time and Change: Early Years of Coeducation in the Glee Club and Yale College.

Use these links to watch the film and listen to the podcast before the event:
“A Home in Hendrie Hall” (18 minutes) https://gleeclub.yalecollege.yale.edu/alums/50yale150-film
 “Time and Change” (three episodes, 70 minutes total) https://gleeclub.yalecollege.yale.edu/alums/50yale150-podcast

An audience Q&A will be included. The event is co-sponsored by the Yale Glee Club Associates and 50WomenAtYale150.

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