Erin Acciardo '23, talks about her experiences as a current student at Salve, including how the COVID-19 pandemic affected her education and social experiences. Erin talks about her experiences as a psychology major, including Dr. Frankel's Psychology of Prejudice class, her appreciation for Dr. Balogun-Mwangi and her abnormal psychology class, and Dr. John Quinn and his holocaust class. Erin also recollects the campus response and her feelings about the murder of George Floyd and how the campus responded as a PWI (predominately white institution) psychology of prejudice class addressed it and it was talked about on social media. Erin also recalls President Kelli Armstrong's inauguration and inauguration ball and her appreciation for McAuley Day.
Acciardo, Erin and Emsellem, Dawn M., "Erin Acciardo '23" (2023). Salve Regina Oral History. 62.
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