Interview Molly Donegan, Creativity for a Lifetime

For this assignment, I interviewed my grandmother, also known as Mimi who is 76 years old. She emphasized on the importance of happiness and family. I learned more about her life as a child and understood why I am me....

An Interview with Professor Anne Stapleton

Sydney Ginter sits down with Professor Anne Stapleton, a scholar of British 19th century literature and a professor at the University of Iowa, to have a conversation about creativity and expression.

Interview with my Papa from Puerto Rica

We talked about his experiences at home and the things he did to become a successful American citizen. We also talked about the challenges he faced when he arrived.

I interviewed Emy, my grandmother in 2016. We chat about life, love, early days growing up in Kansas, and everything in between.

In 2016 I began interviewing my grandmother, who is now 89, to try and capture some of her stories before it’s too late. I initially set out to do a podcast, but life got busy so I’ve resorted to putting...

“Amnesty Days:” One Father’s Made-Up Day of Forgiveness

There are many religious traditions that help people atone for doing something wrong. But in this StoryCorps conversation, we’ll hear from a dad who created his own method of repentance for his kids. Vickie and Michael Feldstein grew up in...

Interview with my dad

“Once you advertise that you’re helping someone, it’s not about helping someone, it’s about you”

Yevheniia Syrevych from Ukraine shares her multiple experiences in the United States.

Yevheniia Syrevych is an immigrant from Ukraine who had multiple experiences in the American culture. She first came to US when she was a junior in high school; she spent a year in Pennsylvania for a student exchange program. She...