"I worked the longest at Allegheny College and I liked that. There was a lot of the secretaries that bounced around to various offices. I was in the same office the whole time I was there and I liked it because I got to interact with the kids. I got to see them at their best because we would have interviewers come in from the corporate world and they would be all dressed up, you know, and look nice and be on their best behavior. It was just wonderful. It really was. I wouldn't have changed any of that. We've changed a little of it, but with working with the students was great. I enjoyed it tremendously and I didn't retire until I was past 70. I could have retired at 65, but I didn't."