Voices of SJC
Learn more about the rich history of St. Joseph's College. Watch our interviews with four Sisters of St. Joseph who attended the College as far back as 1946, and experience the fascinating story of St. Joseph's College through their perspectives.
From April 10 – April 12, 2017, 11 SJC honors students gathered these oral histories from S. Margaret Buckley (’55), S. Mary Florence Burns (’46), S. Pat Dittmer (’72) and S. Elizabeth Hill (’64). The students engaged with the College’s Archives to develop a strong understanding of the history of the College and the Sisters of St. Joseph. This project was supported by McEntegart Hall Library/Archives, and the students were led by librarians Mayumi Miyaoka and Lauren Kehoe.
S. Margaret Buckley
S. Mary Florence Burns
S. Pat Dittmer
S. Elizabeth A. Hill
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