Celebration of Life/5 Stages of Grief/Prayer Lift

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Legacy of Penny O’Neal

We talked about how my mom wants to be remembered and the lessons that she has learned.

My Grandmother’s Great Big Immigration Story

In this interview, I, Kiara Mejia, ask my grandmother, Gladys Paniagua, what her life was like in the Dominican Republic. From there, we talk about her transition to the United States and what she still hopes for in her life.

Interview of Vincent D’Elia

Interview with my Brazilian friend. Double-bass player

FYS interview about the theme of legacy

I interviewed Connie Riley for my First Year Seminar Class at Marshall. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno's book Ask...

FYS Interview about the theme of legacies with David Ruth by Kammie Ruth

I interviewed my father, David Ruth, for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank...

Brady Bumgarner Interviews Grandfather, Rick King for FYS Final Project

In this interview, my grandfather and I discuss his life and the memories he has made through the years.

Cindy Morris, Dealing With A Life Changing Illness

Cindy Morris was able to retire early to care for her mother, a stroke survivor with Parkinsons Disease. But just two year’s later, Cindy was diagnosed with Multiple Systems Atrophy - Parkinsons and required a caregiver of her own. Her...

Elise Kelley and her great aunt Harriett talking about her life.

In this interview, my great aunt and I had a discussion about her life growing up compared to the life she lives today.

Stanley Baker talks about his life through the years and his service in the military from 1962-1969.

In this interview, conducted in February 2020 in Memphis, Tennessee, Abby Shainberg (17) interviews her grandfather (79) about his childhood and growing up, decision to join the military and life in the military, and his personal values. At the end...

Open Conversation with Josh

In this storycorps we have an open conversation about our old choir teacher Mr. Butler, and the way we want to be remembered.

Kobe Bryant: Death of an Idol.

My name is Caleb Cross and I wanted to interview my friend Aiden Evans about his personal experiences with death. I interviewed him the night of February 1st, 2020 at 8:50 PM in San Luis Obispo. The first question I...

Every Soldier Has A Story

This is the story of one of the 2.2 million men drafted for the Vietnam War. On December 3, 1969, Jim Culp was drafted to serve in Vietnam. Culp was a regular kid, the middle child with three other siblings,...

Words of the wiser

I interviewed my mimi,Dawn who has MS. A Symptom that does not allow you to move your body without pain. I was grateful to spend time listening about her life and the challenges she faced. It was an amazing opportunity...

Apush Grade Reclemation

During this interview me and my grandmother discuss her childhood, traditions, as well as legacy.

Dani Faltraco interviews her father Peter Faltraco about growing up, raising a family, and a few things in between.

On January 5, 2020, Danielle Faltraco (16) interviewed her father Peter. They talk about his childhood in Belleville, NJ, working at a car dealership, and being a father and granddad. He talks about some of his old hobbies such as...


My grandmother, who I affectionately call Memu, discusses growing up in the 50s in Shreveport, Louisiana, balancing education with raising two children, and her experience as a nurse. “I would like to be remembered as a fair person, a loving...

Conversation Between Avra and Al
December 19, 2019 App Interview

Avra and Al talk about our lives in Orange County and significant moments in our life.

Bringing Hope To Orange County
December 18, 2019 App Interview

Annette Walker, President of City of Hope Orange County, explains why City of Hope is expanding into this community.

Learning from my dads life and love

We talked about life, legacies and love. We talked about the meaning of it all and the lessons we have to learn.

Legacy and Tradition

This interview primarily focused on the importance of not family, but friends as well. By following my own father’s journey from childhood to fatherhood, from struggles to joyous moments, this interview is captures all of those moments into a coherent...

I’m still able to make my own decisions.

Miss Emma Rhodes is 94 years old. She has 3 sons. She is in a nursing home in Stanton Heights, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.