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In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Cicero, Illinois, Efren Carreño (18) interviews his mother Maria Cardona (45) about her childhood in the country she was born
Jacky Glass (no age given) speaks with Michael Drummond (56) about her experiences with hospice and being a donor to TrinityCare.
In this interview, Conducted in November 2017 in Watseka, Illinois, Alexa Lawson (16) interviews her grandma, Nancy Hauch (60) about her life, memories, and things in our family. Ms. Hauch talks about important people in her life, stories of Alexa’s...
Informed us about his past and him as a person.
Scout Kuehn wantend to know more about her dads time as a counselor in a prison. After the interview she knows a lot more about him and is proud to call him dad.
Interviewer Bella O'Connor and interviewee Crystal O'Connor talked about her childhood growing up and what her school life was like. We talked about the jobs she had and the things that she would do during the summers away from school....
Son doesn't know his mom is secretly watching as he does something he knows he shouldn't do.
This interview is about the story of my father life and how it was impacted by others.
“My childhood was actually great!” In November of 2018, ninth grade student, Olivia Foxman interviewed her grandmother, Shelly Foxman. Olivia learns about Shelly’s admirable childhood post World War ll. Shelly’s story starts in 1951 in Chicago, but her family's story originates...
Paul Nilsen (83) is interviewed by his friend and former student Jim Perkins (64) about his work to make sure students with HIV were protected in the school he worked in 1980's in Wilmette, IL.
We talked about how he immigrated to the US from Pakistan alone when he was 16 years old and has learned many important life lessons. He powered through the hard times in life and has become an amazing, kind, and...
An interview with my grandfather about his experiences and reflections on his life during his different careers. He talks about his military life, teaching life, important people in his life, and the history of his parents and grandparents.
Friends and fellow Questbridge scholars, Akie Kadota (19), Christian Reyes, (21) and Carter Liebman (19), talk about their experiences as low-income first-generation college students at Northwestern University. They talk about their family histories, parental role reversal, navigating bureaucratic systems without...