101-Year-Old Arnold Duevel Talks about a Century of Life

Arnold Duevel talks about growing up in Central Minnesota. Born in 1918, he shares vivid memories of his childhood and teen-aged years. A decorated World War II veteran, Arnold has led a long and momentous life.

Thelma Warren

Thelma Warren (10/26/1924) discusses her life in rural Alabama during times, thick and thin, from the Depression years through World War II. Thelma Warren — mother of three, grandmother of five, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother — discusses her childhood in rural...

Alan’s interview

I talk to my best friend and just take a dive into mostly his life.He seems happy to have done this. Although I know most of the things that are going on in his life and have happened, I believe...

Mother

Our life stories of how we have came so far

Interview with Gage Fogt

Interview talking about the impact of social media in school, and the differences between Oklahoma City and Edmond schools.

College Struggles

A discussion with Celeste, a 21 year old college student, about college and how it’s changed her outlook on life.

life as a kid, life as a adult

“Growing up in life was never easy. But it’s important to stay strong and keep pushing.” -Erick Rangel

War Zone

I was interviewing my brother about his two year mission in Detroit. I was asking about his harsh living standards, what he loved, what he missed from home. Who helped him along the way, and how he got through it...

Helen Roberts tell the story of the candelabra at Christmas

Helen had surgery and refused to leave the hospital before Christmas. Here the story of the Christmas candelabra received in 1964.

First heartbreak

Jessica goes through her first heartbreak. She feels pain of losing someone she truly love and made her happy.

“Sincerely, Skylar”

Allow yourself to put yourself in Skyar’s shoes. Experience the hardships she faces everyday and how she frees herself from them.

Conversations about culture

I spoke about metal illness recording my older sister. She has had depression since middle school.

Sallie Bartley talks with Emily Glaze about her life growing up and how history has impacted her life.

In this interview conducted in November 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama, Emily Glaze (16) interviews her grandmother, Sallie Bartley. They talk about Sallie’s life growing up and different moments in history while she was living.

Depression is treatable.
October 26, 2018 App Interview

This is my story of how I treated my depression and what helped the most.

Remembering 9/11 with my mother

A first hand perspective of 9/11 through my mother’s eyes and the actions she took that day.