I think it was Peggy’s warm nature (without being overly motherly) that made all of us FYPers flock to Peggy. She was warm and witty, and would happily meet for a drink after tutorial.
She helped me go on to further education by acting as a reference, she was the first prof to make me feel heard at Kings and inspired me to be a better writer.
I haven’t taken a class from Peggy in almost ten years, but over the years I never went too long without thinking of Kings and my favourite prof. I can’t express how sad I was to hear that she was sick, but I think she’d like to know that there are people reconnecting to talk about her from all over the world. Peggy was an amazing woman. Let’s keep her legacy alive.
- June 24 2011 | - Read More →