Before having a chance to talk with her I had never considered what it would be like to juggle school with the responsibilities of a parent.
After doing some digging I set up a meeting with the head of university childcare at Towson and learned the details of a wonderful system. Daycare at Towson came out of necessity and on the wings of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Harriet Durthirt (director of university childcare) was wonderful to interview. She had so much insight on the entire program because she had been with it since its birth.
What I hoped to do with this story was give a different student perspective. Please take a moment to listen and you decide if I achieved what I set out to do.