Noah Veilleux is a senior majoring in History at Assumption University in Worcester, Massachusetts. He also has a minor in the Core Texts and Enduring Questions program. Noah is from Enfield, Connecticut. He is a member of the Honors Program, working on a thesis examining why Americans lost trust in their government in the decade from 1965 to 1975. Noah is also a part of the Club Ultimate Frisbee Team and Agape Latte. He has studied abroad in the university’s Rome Program. Noah conducted the research for his current contributions as guest curator for the Slavery Adverts 250 Project when he was enrolled in HIS 400 – Research Methods: Vast Early America in Spring 2020.
Welcome, guest curator Noah Veilleux!