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I spoke with my grandmother, Virginia Velarde, about her life growing up with her siblings, mother, and step-father. We spoke about the hardships she went through growing up with her step-father and many other emotional moments in her life, including...
I sit down with my older siblings to talk about the family and and how they feel like we as a family are like. We talk about our favorite memories and how they both of them grew up. (Recorded on...
I talk to my dad Dan Murray about growing up, how times have changed, obstacles he has faced in his life, and more. Concurrent English 1010 East High School
In this interview, in November 2018, Craig McPhie shares stories and talks about his childhood and family including his father who flew planes during WWII. He also talks about his school, an inspiring biology teacher, and his interests in science...
In this interview, conducted in November of 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Zia Tahmaseb (16) interviews her grandmother, Ulla Tahmaseb (82), about what it was like to grow up in Germany during WW2 as a child. We talk about what...
I interviewed my dad to get to know him better and learn more about his past. I wanted to find out how he chose the career he did and what led him to being in land development. He also is...
Learning about my mother’s life, her experiences and how she was shaped as a human through them.
After 57 years of marriage , Bruce and Trudy talk about how they met and what they love about eachother and their life together.
Kaden talks to his stepmom about her life and what it was like being a stepmom in a relationship with kids already there. He learns a lot about what she did growing up and what it’s like living with arthritis...
I interviewed my mom (Teresa Gonzalez) about her early childhood and was curious how her life was in Mexico. She explains her unforgettable moments and the tough situations she went through.
On the primary episode of Live, Laugh, Love I interview my compatriot, Sumner Bell. We talk Christopher Nolan, Astrophysics, Indians and integrity. This interview is guaranteed to bring a smirk to the mouth.
This interview takes place with my manager Zane, who was diagnosed with ASD when he was in 4th grade. He dropped out of school when he was in highschool, and during the interview we discuss how and why everything occurred...
We talked about Jim’s childhood, grandparents, where he grew up, and hobbies. We also talked about why he moved to Utah and married my mom. Another topic was who influenced his life with work and sports.
I interviewed my mother (Amy Wagstaff) and we talk about life as a child and her hopes and dreams for the future
I interviewed my ceramics teacher that I’ve had for the past three years. I got to know a lot more about her than I would’ve ever imagined.
My mom talks to me about how having a young mom, two daughters, a loving husband, and a spontaneous mind has shaped her life.
My objective in interviewing my father, Brian Moore, was to discover experiences and thoughts about his life, particularly during high school. He told stories about childhood, family, friends and athletics.
Edith discusses her 101 year life, highlighting music, including her time spent at Juilliard School and Columbia University. She also discusses her family; both while growing up and the family she started with her husband John. She also mentions how...
This is the first part of an interview in which Trudy and Bruce describe how they met and what they live about each other after 57 years of marriage.
In this interview my grandmother and I go over her life in details I’ve never heard.
From the island of Samoa to the U.S. christina talks about her childhood memories, family, and small bits and pieces about herself.
I interviewed my mother about her younger brother, who passed away last year. Despite her openness and expressive personality, she never actually spoke to me about how she felt about her brother after he had died a year prior. Wanting...
On January 18th, 2018 I interviewed my mother, Karen Flood, in order to learn things I didn’t know about her. I was able to learn about her childhood, a high school party thrown at her house, her change of career...