Memoirs published by the Georgetown University Library, 1982 (multiple copies). McEvitt was a College and Medical School student between 1927 and 1936 and this publication provides insight into campus life, social events, and faculty and administrators at this time. Included are references to: hazing (pg 5); Postmaster campaign (pg. 5); the Jug (pg. 7); the Walks (pgs 9-10; Lou Little (pgs 17-18); Nine Fridays (pg. 25); fraternities (pg. 30); College store (pg. 31); Sugar's, Hoya Inn, and Teehan's (pg. 32); Peacock Alley (pg. 33);Francis A. Tondorf, S.J. (pg. 36); Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. (pg. 38); Thomas B. Chetwood, S.J. (pg. 40); Arthur A. O'Leary, S.J. (pg. 40); John L. Gipprich, S.J. (pg. 41); John J. Toohey, S.J. (pg. 41); John J. O'Connor, S.J. (pg. 43); Vincent S. McDonough, S.J.; Riggs Library (chapter 10); W. Coleman Nevils, S.J. (pg. 59); and impact of the Depression (pg. 70).