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Luke McCarthy Class of 2024 Oral History Interview April 2021

COVID 19 Reflection Project > DDL 280 Student Interviews > Luke McCarthy Class of 2024 Oral History Interview

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Identifier
2021.21.15
Date
April 29 2021 (Exact Date)
Object Type
Sound Recordings
Description
Oral history interview narrated by Luke McCarthy, a Champlain College student from the Class of 2024, conducted by Jack Googins, a fellow Champlain student. Completed as a term assignment for Degree Design Lab 280: Methods Toolbox I. Sound recording of a virtual meeting, with accompanying written transcription. In this interview, the narrator discusses their experience with the COVID-19 pandemic, including attending class, mental health struggles, the importance of music to maintaining their mental health, favorite songs and bands, building a guitar, creating a band, and aspiring to be a rock musician. Interviewer added in several excerpts from contemporary rock music throughout the interview.16:25.
Material
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Notes
This interview contains adult language. The sound recording for this interview is preserved in a separate platform and is available upon request.

Library of Congress Subject Headings
College students--Mental health [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2009120677]
Rock music [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh85114675]
Subjects
Champlain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- COVID 19 Impact (is described by)
Champlain College (Burlington, Vt.) -- Students (is described by)