Oral History Interview with Dr. Lois Eveleth, Philosophy professor. The interview was conducted on 6/23/2017.
Eveleth, Lois and Graves, Allison, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: Dr. Lois Eveleth [audio]" (2017). Salve Regina Oral History. 4.
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Dr. Lois Eveleth has been a professor of the Salve Regina Philosphy Department since 1969, and was an undergrad at the college. Durng this interview we touched upon her start in the Philosophy discipline, what Salve was like when she first started as a professor, the Financial Crisis and campus tension of the early 70s, and her thoughts on Sister Lucille McKillop, the construction of McKillop Library, the proposed name change for Salve Regina, ghosts, and her feelings on the current state of the Philosphy Department