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Irving Olague and Hannah Arrington Olague

Hannah Arrington Olague (34) interviews her husband, Irving Olague (34), about his earliest memories as an immigrant, connection to DACA, and his journey navigating life before receiving U.S. citizenship. They also talk empathy and hopes for the future.

Get to know Odalis better

Basic questions about Odalis life, family and work.

My Mom's Life and Many Other Things

Me and My Mom, Dan Tran (42) talked about many topics such as moving to the U.S., growing up, her dreams, love, and many other things.

"Why aren't you using a wine glass" "we don't have wine glasses mom" "…..That's terrible"

This interview was conducted with my mother, Andrea Biggs. My mom is 43, she is a Logistics Specialists for the Navy and currently stationed in San Diego. My mom has always been very distant and anti-social, so I think that...

interviewing my mom

Javier Vallina (17) interviews his mom Yolanda Vallina (53) about her childhood in San Diego California and Laredo Texas, along with her pathway to adapted physical education.

Interview with my Neighbor

This is the interview where I talked to my Neighbor whom we hardly talk to but this is the time where we learn more about him and what stories he have to mention.

Interview with Faydra Pelot (my mom)

I learned about some of the struggles and decisions my mom took after coming home from college. This was interesting because I never really knew what happened in between my parents graduating college and my birth

Leilani Ferguson and her grandma Salud Mangahis talk about her immigration to the United States and her experiences

In this over the phone interview, recorded in November 2018 in San Diego, California, Leilani Ferguson (16) interviews her grandma, or Lola, Salud Mangahis (75) about her settlement into the United States from the Philippines and her family upbringing. Mrs....

My Mom’s Story #MBHSstories

An interview with my mother about her life growing up in Morocco and her life experiences. (Also sorry for the constant buzzing but she didnt want to redo the interview.)

Como un evento tiene efecto en la formacion de una persona. #mbhsstories

In this interview, made in San Diego, CA on November 25, Guadalupe Gonzalez talks about her childhood. Throughout her childhood, she had many memorable moments which she enjoyed, but in between those memorable moments, she went through a tragedy that...

"Papa" Father's Day Conversation (Episode I: The Life and Times of Thomas Henry Sheffler)

For Father's Day 2022, my husband Don and I decided to sit down with his father Tom. In 2019, he wrote down some stories, which he gifted us on Christmas. The pandemic has wreaked such havoc in our lives. It...

There is no replacement for hard work

I interviewed my dad, John Geenen, in the hopes of getting to know what his life was like, as well as hoping to pick up any advice that he had. I asked him 10 questions, each with their own subject....

Como deseo que fueras Chico horita Papá #MBHS-Stories

These are a few clips bout the life of my best friend, my Dad…he shares few personal experiences with me in this interview, and his thoughts on his life, and how he looks back at it today…

Kyle Baker interviews mother

Mother talks about her childhood jobs and situation. Also talks about her husbands job and how they met.

Interview with my dad

Interview with my dad Mark about moving from Vietnam to the U.S and about his life here

Kevin and Alexa reflect on palliative care fellowship

Kevin and Alexa are both physicians completing a subspecialty fellowship in palliative medicine. In this interview, they reflect on their experiences as medical residents and fellows.

Dolores Lopez

Coming of age story about my grandmother and her experience of growing up in a Mexican America family in San Diego California

Bob Logan, you are my role model

I wanted to have a conversation with my father-in-law to capture his perspective and his life lessons. And boy did he deliver!

Good friends are hard to come by.

I met Maria about 6 years ago when I was living downtown. She was a very sweet and caring lady. After a couple years she became the Manager of the apartments I was staying at. I moved to El Cajon...