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Dr. Paul L. Seyfrit was an Assistant EKU Psychology Professor and Dean of Men in the late 1960s. In this interview, Seyfrit discusses the growth and changes to the University since 1965.

In this interview, Dr. Smith Park recollects growing up in Madison County Kentucky. Park earned his PhD from University of Kentucky and began teaching at EKU in the Math and Physics Departments. He became an EKU dean, a role he comments on during the…

Dr. Smith Park, a Madison County, Kentucky native, was the longtime chairman of the Math Department at EKU. He was also a former University Dean. Park discusses past EKU Presidents and the campus layout in this interview.

Major Richard Anderson, is a graduate and a teacher at EKU with the ROTC program. In this interview he discusses some of his thoughts and experiences relating to the Vietnam War.

Lt. Col. Robert Jenkins, is a teacher at EKU with the ROTC program. In this interview, he discusses some of his thoughts and experiences relating to the Vietnam War.

Sgt. Major Edmundo Torres, is a teacher at EKU with the ROTC program. In this interview, he discusses some of his thoughts and experiences relating to the Vietnam War. He describes two tour of duties and being apart of the Special Forces.

Sergeant First Class Bobby Whittenburg, is a teacher at EKU with the ROTC program. In this interview, he discusses some of his thoughts and experiences relating to the Vietnam War. He describes his tour of duties and why he reenlisted.

Master Sgt. James Williams, is a teacher at EKU with the ROTC program. In this interview he discusses some of his thoughts and experiences relating to the Vietnam War. He describes how and why he was changed by Vietnam.

Mr. Robert E. Tarvin was born in Kentucky and educated in the public schools of Williamsburg, Ohio. He came to Eastern Kentucky University as a football player and obtained his A.B. and Ma. He completed a doctorate at Indiana University. Mr. Tarvin…

Mr. Stephen Wilborn attended Eastern Kentucky University in the late 1960's and graduated with a B.A. in political science in 1969. He was elected president of the student body twice and Mr. Wilborn served as a student regent, the first student ever…

Beverly Yeiser is a native of Daviess County, Kentucky. He attended both Western Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky. Mr. Yeiser owns and operates a poultry business. In 1974, Mr. Yeiser was appointed to the Board of Regents.

Mr. Craig Ammerman is a native Kentuckian from Richmond. He attended EKU from 1966-1969. Mr. Ammerman was a prominent editorial and staff writer for the Eastern Progress and he was very involved with the major issues of the late 1960's.

Captain Ken Duncan is a Vietnam veteran, teaching ROTC at Eastern Kentucky University. In this interview he discusses his feelings and experiences relating to Vietnam. He also describes his reaction when he came home.

SFC Patrick Lemieux is a US Navy Vietnam veteran, teaching ROTC at Eastern Kentucky University. In this interview he discusses reactions to his first mission and the crew of a Swift Boat. He also describes the US Marines and the US Army during the…

Catherine Ferguson, is a Ohio native, and a student at Eastern Kentucky University. In this interview she describes her experiences in the US Army for four years. She discusses the reasons why she joined the Army and how the service is demanding.