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One Small Step conversation partners Joann Keyton (70) and Charles "Charley" Mullin [no age given] talk about trauma, war, and Dalmatians.
Friends and colleagues Naomi Rose Fertman (40) and Dr. Sarah De Los Santos Upton (36) talk about navigating parenthood and their careers as educators at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). They also talk about their community, women's...
A california high school student (16) talks with a friend across the sea, an Italian student studying science and math in Sardinia.
Through hard work and many life lessons leading to a successful career in business and family life.
During this interview we talked about Betty's life in terms of her marriage, children, and lessons learned. Betty was extremely interested in swimming, and academics.
Rachel Snyderman (27) talks to her former economics professor, Phillip Levine (53), about her experiences at Wellesley College. A member of the class of 2011, Rachel now works for the White House. Phillip talks about the financial calculator he developed...
I asked my mom about her past in the Middle East, mainly childhood. She cherished her time with her family and her academic interests. She opens up and reveals to me how life was in times much simpler than now.
Daniel Lewis (22) interviews his girlfriend's mother Beth Keller (56), maiden name known as "Finkey," of her experiences on the softball team at Shippensburg University between 1986 - 1989. During the interview, her journey from being an average, country female...
A short interview between friends about one's experience as a dual credit student her senior year of high school and how it prepared her for college.
We discussed how academic growth and validation has shaped abbi into the person she is today.
Ranya Shah(14) interviewed Meera Kansal(74) about life before and after her journey to America. We talk about academics, political involvement, adjusting to a new life and more.
Xolani Yaaba (31) is interviwed by StoryCorps facilitator Laura Saenz (47) about his early childhood and experiences in the Chicago Public School system and how that influenced him in his work studying the school to prison pipeline.
I had interviewed Mr. ferrick. I had done it because I had thought that there would be many things I don’t know about him. He is a person I know. Although, he is a teacher with a lot of stories....
In this interview, I interview my grandmother Betty Savage in Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 24, 2017. Betty reflects on her childhood, family, accomplishments, aspirations, hobbies, and lessons she's learned over the years. She discusses her grandmother, cousins, mother, father,...
Alexa Rice ’11 and her aunt Desiree Rogers ’81 reflect on how their Wellesley experience as women of color prepared them to be bold in every aspect of their life.
Professor Stanley Chang talks with his student, Xi Xi ’17, about his passion for mathematics and the innovative ways he gets students excited about math.
I asked my father hard-hitting questions that went into depth on life goals and aspirations. Moreover, we talked about goals my father has for me and grew a deeper connections within deep questions.
I, Gabrielle (16), ask Katie (16), who is my best friend, some questions about academics and social life. If mental health is often overlooked. How to balance academics and extracurriculars.
Gabriela Baeza VEntura (39) talks with sister Georgina Baeza (27) about her academic success.
Srecko Mavrek, 42, talks with another Physical Education teacher, Gregg Foster, 34, about their work the Wellness Council in New York public schools.
A writing contest was held for the 5th grade class at All Saints Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Out of 15 students, Tommy won the contest and received $500 towards his elementary tuition by the contest sponsor, Heritage Life Story...
Professor Kristina Niovi Jones and Nisreen Abo-Sido '18 discuss their passion for botany and science. They examine how Wellesley offers a unique environment for women in STEM.