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My grandma talked about how the assassination of John F. Kennedy influenced her life.
With admiration for the resilience of Latvians, Irene Ortiz recounts her own Latvian-American path.
A 13 year old’s memory of the moon landing in Columbus, Ohio.
On his ten-year-old adventure my son Isaiah and I talk about what his happiest memories are and what he’s most thankful for.
Interview of “Twink” Starr – Beloved, oldest YMCA Camp Willson Alum ( 96 ). Dedicated in honor of Twink’s Civic Leadership and the life of Chris Bradley.
Interviewing my mother about the concept of love, and her opinions on the importance of it, as well as the philosophy surrounding it.
Acclaimed international musician, William Foster McDaniel shares how his formative experiences with the YMCA of Central Ohio and seven years as a camper at YMCA Camp Willson changed his life.
This interview was about my mother and her past. It was also about the wisdom she has for her kids and generations to come.
This is my career prep interview with my grandma. I asked her a couple of questions about her childhood and some memories.
Disscussion of family history with a focus on agriculture and Thanksgiving, leading into a discussion of current traditions and my family’s relationship to agriculture.
My grandmother and I spoke about her life experiences and how they incorporated themselves into the person she is today. I had no idea that she had so many memories. She is currently going through chemo and so she might...
Nancy describes her emotions after the attack happened. She was only a kid, so at the time she wasn’t impacted too much. Now that she looks back, she understands the significance of the attack and how this was the spark...
My grandparents and I discussed their career in education. They went in detail on organizations and unions they participated in and how technology changed throughout the course of their careers.
The best role models know when to listen, when to offer advice and when to throw down a challenge that can inspire you for the rest of your life. Welcome to the ninth installment of A Picture’s Worth: Running for...
Kathryn is a student at Capital University. Even though she is 20, she has lived a full life ranging from being a college to having a super rare disease.