Oral History interview with Ann “Nancy” Flynn, Salve Regina Class of 1966. The interview was conducted on November 8, 2018.
Flynn, Ann and Gillibrand, Isabelle, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: Ann "Nancy" Flynn [audio]" (2019). Salve Regina Oral History. 39.
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Nancy Flynn '66 discussed her experience as a student at Salve Regina during the early to mid 1960s. She talked about her experience in class as an English major, the difference in experience between commuter students and residents, and some of the regulations and rules the girls had to follow. Throughout the interview she talked about personal memories she had, different and unique aspects of student life that have changed, the changes to the University as a whole throughout the years, and her continued involvement at Salve Regina.