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Today I interviewed Claudia from Spain. She talked about her journey coming to America and why she wanted to come to the U.S.
Today, we have, Ryan Anderson, linguistics professor at University of New York. We talked about the English language itself and Ryan shared some of his tips for essay writing. Here are some of his tips on essay writing: 1- Read...
This interview is between my brother and I. We talk about who who was to be, his nickname, and a favorite memory he has of me.
Talking to a close family friend who has known me all my life and finding out different values and background stories of his.
My lovely neighbor Ms.Sims talks about her life experiences and shares some wisdom.
I sat down with my mother to talk about what was her most difficult moments in life. Spanish is the language that is used in our household, she beginnings with the loss of her mother and how she felt during...
This is a story of my parents hiking with my sister and I when we were children.
Interviewer: Zane Shamblin Interviewee: Isabelle Shamblin Why did you choose the elder you did? I chose to interview my sister because she is currently attending college, and wanted to know about her experiences, as well as any advice she’d have...
My moms tells me about her childhood in Guadalajara, Mexico, her grandma, and her biggest regrets.
This interview was recorded in Oxford Mississippi on November 26. I interviewed Edmond Boudreaux who is my grandfather and was born in Georgiatown, South Carolina and now lives in Biloxi Mississippi. He talks about public bus integration and his first...
“My childhood was actually great!” In November of 2018, ninth grade student, Olivia Foxman interviewed her grandmother, Shelly Foxman. Olivia learns about Shelly’s admirable childhood post World War ll. Shelly’s story starts in 1951 in Chicago, but her family’s story originates...
My father, Quang, struggled with moving from Vietnam to the United States because of the new language he had to learn and had encountered many problems because of it.
I asked my father about his childhood, growing up with his parents in a small farm and a small town, then making his way to the US where he would start a new chapter in his life.
Dana talks about how growing up in Kansas and his inability to decide what he wanted to do