“It’s a classic…”

I got to interview my brother, Ashton. We had conversations on his childhood, school systems, parents, funny and scary stories, nicknames, inspirational people, and football.

“My advice would be to stay in school so you can play sports in college.”

My brother is normally the most outgoing, goofiest kid but from this interview I noticed how camera shy he can get! I asked him questions about things that happen in his day to day life and about what enjoys doing...

Rosalia Melendez and Karen Melendez

In this interview my mom talks about moving from place to place. Also how her life changed when she moved to the United States. She also talks about her childhood in Mexico.

Lourdes Rodriguez and Christian Mendoza

Christian interviewed his mom about her early childhood and life. She explains part of her story from growing up to coming to the US.

Nino Reyos and Antonio De La Fuente

In this interview, conducted in January 11, 2019, in Salt Lake City, Utah, Antonio De La Fuente interviews a friend of the family’s, Nino Reyos about his life, to have an understanding of what he’s done and of his cultural...

“If you don’t go through the bad times, you don’t know what good times are.”

I interviewed my AVID high school teacher and began by asking her about a life changing event, leading to her story and how it affected her and some advice for students on what she’s learned.