Reflecting on the past 96 years.

This is an interview with my Grandma, Yolanda Costa, on her 96th birthday. She grew up in Greenpoint, New York. She was one of 11 children in a large Catholic family. She was married to her husband, Joseph Costa for...

Growing up in the country

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Atoka, Oklahoma, I interviewed my grandma, Dale Payne, about positive memories and her life growing up. She told me about how her and her husband, Larry Payne, came to be. She also...

twin stuff

My twin sister, Grace, and I discuss what it feels like to be a twin and all of the difficulties that come with it.

Final Project: Interviewing the World’s Most Supportive Mom

My mother and I discuss what it was like to be a stay-at-home with twins. She discusses how she met my father and what her life was like as a child.

Twin Talks

We talked about how we grew up together. And how being a twin shaped who we are today.

The twins of Engineering genius.

Interview about why Roscoe Boone wanted to pay taxes. And how his twin sons, Dick and Doug, who built a hang glider in middle school, went on to design hang gliders that helped them fly beside eagles and end up...

The Mysterious White-haired Man

Young Aaron interviews her Grandfather on the night before he leaves to go home in California. The two share some laughs over his children and Aaron's father. They get a bit emotional over his time in the military and the...

Talking to Grandma Dorothy about her dog that followed her to church in Natrona Heights, PA

In this interview on December 1 2019 in Natrona Heights PA, Hadley Cohen (17) interviews her grandmother Dorothy Romanick (82) about her entire life and what she has been through. She talks about her childhood in the Great Depression minute...

Insight into the life of twins

In this interview we discuss how it feels to live an as identical set of twin sisters. We talk about how being a twin affects our identities as individuals and we discuss the special quality of a twin sibling bond.

Marilyn Morris and Ben Cook

Colleagues at Children's Medical Center, Ben Cook (29) and Marilyn Morris (59) talk about family, breast cancer, life lessons, and growing up in a small town.

Harrison Gill interviewing Jack Gill about growing up as twin brothers

Harrison Gill interviewing Jack Gill on Sunday November 28th. The two discuss their childhoods and reflect on how being twins distinguished them and turned them into the people they are today.

Learning a little about Wayne!

In this interview, I have a random conversation with my brother and learn a little bit about where he’s going in his future, as well as a sniper of where our relationship stands

Lioness Mom Nudging College Bound Cubs

In college I want my kids to learn how to turn knowledge into wisdom, but instead I have to teach how to dispose of used condoms and why they need to buy required textbooks. Have I failed at preparing my...

The greatest role model

In this interview we explore my families history with my mother who grew up in Santa Ana in the seventies. She shares details into our family’s past some of the jobs that they did and how she a mexican woman...

Thanksgiving interveiw

This interview was with myself (Elle Mcfarland, 14) and my dad (Phil Mcfarland, 47). We talked about what it was like raising me and growing up with twins, and also more specific moments and memories from a young age.

Katie Steward and Michelle Bradfield

One Small Step partners Katie Steward (54) and Michelle Bradfield (55) connect over their experiences raising families and feeling like they straddle party lines while discussing their differing views on voting and political apathy.

Ryan White and Valerie White

Spouses Ryan White (38) and Valerie White (38) share a conversation about their marriage, deciding to have children, and finding out that Valerie was pregnant with twins.

Growing up apart

Twins, Jack and Lauren Shapiro (20), grew up not having the best relationship. During this conversation they talk about their lives and things from their past that have made them grow as people.