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- 1 Veteran Foundation 1
- AP Lang and Comp 1
- Arizona Lodge No. 2 1
- Big Brothers Big Sisters 1
- CDO 1 10 more
- English 1
Story of how the Colorado River and river guiding shaped experiences with water.
A short conversation between two peers discussing what it means to be a Northern Arizona University, “Lumberjack” and why college was a viable option to attend.
This interview talks about Dave’s organization and leadership skills.
In this interview, we discussed leadership and what a leader should be.
My husband talks about his grandparents and parents and how their culture has influenced his own personal culture.
Mr. Folkes identifies his early experiences working for destructive leaders as defining for him. He realized that while these leaders were monetarily successful, he did not like them as people. He decided then that he would use them as an...
A summary of what we talked about is my mom drove her grandfather to a funeral for his sister. They went to the funeral home before the funeral with my moms Aunt Goldie. Aunt Goldie tried to fix her dead...
Jean Claude Malterre came to America from France for a job opportunity and never left. Since that time, he became a mason in Tucson Lodge No. 4. He is now Worshipful Master of the Grand Lodge of Arizona Military Degree...
Life experiences that circled through in and out of college, Rediscovering, as well as finding out new things about oneself.
Interview with my mom at 70 years old. Taken on a vacation to her home in Tucson, AZ.
I (Joey) wanted to learn more about my extraordinary friend (Billy). We talked about life, goal setting, family relationships, travel, managing Lyme disease, business success and overcoming failures.
I interviewed my grandmother, Lyda, for our AP Lang and Comp StoryCorps project. She shared bits and pieces of her life based on specific questions I asked her.
My grandfather met my grandmother by the counciling and my mom was a really good student in school. My great grandfather lead our whole family to Christ by reading a paper on the street talking about Jesus
Walter schoenheim was born in 1930 and came to United States as a teenager. He served in the Air Force and worked as a manager at Volkswagen for many years.