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We talked a lot about his childhood, and then some about his wife and his work
In this interview, I interviewed my classmate who discussed racial issues that she has seen on campus and in her life experiences.
I interviewed my grandfather, Ray Korber. He gave me advice, reflected on the past, and described hopes for the future.
I, Alexa Calcano, ask my younger brother, Aidan Calcano, about his experiences in online school. He talks about his school work and how he would like to see his friends in public rather than online. Aidan also talks about how...
Louis Lelli is 58. He was born in Leominster to Italian immigrants on 3-28-59. He currently lives in Leominster with his wife of 25 years, Tina, and his three children.
I, David Nguyen, interview my mother, Lan “Tina” Nguyen for a school project on immigration. My mother, Lan, was a Vietnamese immigrant who escaped from the Vietnam War to America years ago as she tells us in this interview.
Today, me and my grandfather discussed questions about Thanksgiving when he was a child. He discussed the most memorable Thanksgiving he had, one of his family’s Thanksgiving traditions, and his favorite Thanksgiving dish.
In this interview, recorded on April 23, 2020 amidst the global pandemic COVID-19, my mother and I talk about her faith and how much it means to her. We also cover her struggles in life and how it has shaped...
This is the story of a mother and how far she went to get to where she is now. This interview introduces my mom’s struggles, but also her successes. It is also an interview about her child hood and our...
Coming to America and the harship face while staying here
After being together for decades, my dear friends Bette Jo Green and Jo Ann Whitehead were finally able to marry in 2004. My husband and I first met Bette Jo in 1995 under difficult circumstances, and shortly afterwards, we became...
Ari was a junkie for years and he is now making efforts to create places for addicts to go to get useful help and end their addiction easier than other therapy.
This is an interview that i did with one of my mentors on race, in which she gives an in depth discussion on ways that we as a society can progress