A Life Like Ours

Me and my family talked about everything. Ourselves growing up, where we are from, what we did growing up. Our favorites like television shows, music, and movies. We talked about memories, mainly happy memories because we’re cryers. At least, me...

Interview with Charles D. Carpenter, Jr.
November 25, 2018 App Interview

An interview with Charles D. Carpenter, my grandfather, who was born in 1943 and raised in Michigan, Tennessee.

Jenns Interview

Me and my older sister did a interview. Five questions were asked

Grandma talking about her life

Grandma tell me about her life and how my parents was like back then.

Chattanooga College Students Discuss Sexuality

This is a conversation between two UTC students discussing sexuality. They provide relevant personal background information while describing their own sexual identity.

Interview with My Wonderful Parents

In this interview, my Mom, my Dad, and I talk about life. We talk about their lives when they were my age, and how their lives are now. We also talked about where they want to see me in the...

Lessons learned: Growing up in a sharecroper’s family.

This is an interview with my stepmother’s mother. We talked about what it was like growing up in a poor sharecropper’s family, and how through hard work and education anyone can achieve a successful happy life.

What advice do you have for me about being a parent?

Lisa talks to her son, Ben, about the values and experiences that informed her priorities as a single mother of 3. She describes growing up in West Virginia, the challenges of raising high spirited boys, and finding strength and resilience...

Shirley Lowe and her great nephew Andrew Cook talk about growing up in the Great Depression

In this interview, conducted on November 22nd 2018 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Andrew Cook (17) interviews his great aunt, Shirley Lowe (80) about her childhood during the Great Depression and how the world has progressed. She also talks about the technological...

Eric’s Take on Healthy Transitions to Adulthood

The road to adulthood is not always a clear path and sometimes it is the direction of others that helps a young person make the journey.

Interview with My Tata

Renee Jubran tells us what it was like getting forced out of her home in Palestine and moving to America. Renee and her husband started a successful restaurant called the Falafel Hut in Knoxville, Tennessee.

A Nigerian’s Thanksgiving in America

Having a talk with my dad about his first Thanksgiving in America.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

I interviewed my father and we talked about his early childhood in Germany, his education, career, his travels through the world, and the places he lived in. I chose to interview my dad because I find his story very interesting.