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Three colleagues interview Riva at the end of her 50 year career as a social worker and educator. Riva is retiring from the Seattle University Department of Social Work as their field director.
Mrs. Edith talked about her children, and how aging is a process, the things that she likes about aging, her challenges with aging, the way she prepared for her old age, what she looks forward to in the future and...
I interview my grandfather. He tells me how enjoys his life every much and feels accomplished.
Discussion of dad’s life from his beginnings in Chicago’s South side to neurosurgery at UC Davis.
Getting to know my grandpas early life and his plans for the future.
In this interview, conducted on December 2nd in plano, Texas, Ethan Fine (16) interviews his mother Suzanne (45) about her childhood and her life as a teenager in Morton Grove, Chicago. Suzanne shares about her her time in high school...
This interview was a very powerful interview with my grandma about her life. I learned that she had a bunch of interesting jobs that I had no idea about. She worked hard throughout her life and got everything she wanted...
An interview with my retired parents in our backyard….we cover retirement, following your passions, a new concept of time, a new bond with each other, the burdens of home ownership, the differences between Western & tribal cultures, and future plans.
Stories about Madison Square Garden and Professional Life
I talk to an Athens Drive librarian about his childhood and his life after retirement.
Student and community member discussing the ideas surrounding retirement.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Whitestone,New York, Ashley Chang(17) and her friend and mentor Becky Leong(50s). Becky speaks about her life when she moved to America. She shares stories about her youth and what she did for...
We talked about my grandfather’s childhood through how he lives now. I leaned about what inspired him and how he grew up. I also learned more about the man he is today.
Cousin Gerry who is 68 years of age worked in a textile mill starting in 1967. She was born in New York,and moved to South Carolina later in life to work in the mill until 2004.
I interviewed Marie Clemons for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno’s book...