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An Interview between Sam Gray (grandson) and John Rogers (grandfather) after Thanksgiving dinner, 11-28-19.
As part of a project for interviewing someone in our college comp class, we hear the story of Dequan's childhood
I sit down with my grandparents to talk about the Thanksgiving tradition, as well as life in general.
An interview with Theodora Lee Gregg about her McCall's fruitcake recipe, who she makes fruitcakes for, and the origins of the tradition.
I talked my good friend and bible study leader Hannah Laskey. This was part of a project focusing on having deeper discussions about faith for Theology 111 at Xavier University.
My grandpa was born in Nova Scotia moved to ashtabula Ohio, grew up there and didn't like school except college. He went to Europe instead of being drafted for the army, taught French even thought he was not very qualified....
An interview with Gwen about my dad's recent passing on July 20, 2020.
I asked my mother about a couple opinions on this generation of kids, and what it was like raising me.
Journalism Interview 12/10/19. Both participants interviewed each other a series of questions about our lives.
A short interview with my sister. Miranda is 21 years old, about five years older than I am. We talked about simple things, like my life and her early life. The questions I asked were broad, but she gave much...
This is an interview of my dad, Chris Cummings. Growing up, he liked a lot of similar things as me such as playing outside with his younger siblings and being very involved in sports. He told a story of his...
Interview of my stepfather Fred Garnon at cook Forest Pennsylvania
One Small Step Conversation partners Milena Sterio (43) and Mark Duskey (61) talk about their upbringings, political values, and whether college should be free.
my mother is such a strong person and hearing her words really shows the type of person she is
Robert Mere shared his memories of growing up, the influence of education and a strong loving family on his development, and the importance of accepting other people where they are at. He used the culmination of his 79 years of...
The ten of us talked about how we hope to be remembered. Some were more vocal than others, including the French bull dog bean snoring in the background.
My grandparents and I discussed their career in education. They went in detail on organizations and unions they participated in and how technology changed throughout the course of their careers.