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Today I interviewed Narin about gender equality in her country. We touched many aspects of female life and talked about Narin’s childhood years and how she has been treated as a female
I told him what was a big influence in his life. I told him how he wants to be remembered.
We talked about the Holocaust and its legacy and also a few relations my parents had to it.
I asked Lisa Brei the questions “How secure is the election in your opinion?”, “What do you hope comes from this election”, and “How do you think the results will affect the future?”.
Madeline Farhani interviews Emily Haycoupian about the culture of death in her Armenian household in Glendale, California
We talked about who was was his idol. And asked how he would like to be remembered.
We talked about her life when she was living in the Philippines and after she moved to the U.S.
Our school’s 77 year old woodworking teacher shares about his life and the Peace Garden he designed for a national contest.
In this interview I spoke to my mom about her childhood and the way she was raised. She talks a lot about her values and how the most important thing to her is her education because it has led her...
We discussed the qualities of life and how people should go about living. My grandmother believes that these are good questions and wish she could have asked her mother these questions.
This interview is conducted by a student, Jonah Schifano. The interviewee is one of his teachers, Timothy Ustruck. This interview is about how race is viewed in Nicolet High School.
This interview was conducted with Araxi Penerjian, discussing her life, and opinions on the changes that have occurred throughout time.
In this interview I’m speaking with my younger sister on her accomplishments in life and her favorite memories.
I talk to my aunt, Betsy Spahiu, about the issues of terrorism in the United States and how she’s dealt with it.
Have you ever moved? Across states? Countries? Continents? My grandma has. I am Alyssa Bojenkova and I interviewed Genny Saitova. I am 14 and she is 76. At 1:30 my grandma begins to talk abot ber childhood pet, my favourite...
We have talked bout her story and few things I have never asked her before as her childhood and her memories.
This was a Interview between Michael Stevenson and Antonio Ramirez we got a little closer after today (: