Boston

I got to the Boston for the first time and take a taxi to my homestay by myself

An interview with my mother.

In this interview I ask my mom questions about her life and what her parents were like.

Alessandra Woo and Rachel Skerritt

Alessandra Woo ('25), an eighth grader at The Boston Latin School, talks with Rachel Skerritt ('95), the head of school, about what it is like to be leading the oldest public school in the nation through 2020.

Teary Eyed Nana Recalls her Lifespan

In this interview, conducted on March 14, 2020 in Rockland, Massachusetts, Jessica LaRosa (18) interviews her grandmother Janet LaRosa (71) about her lifespan and experience in the workforce. Mrs. LaRosa shares some of the roughest moments of her life, along...

My grandfather and I discuss, growing up in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, his time spent at a naval academy, and his life in AL.
November 25, 2018 App Interview

Today I spoke with my grandfather about his memories from the Great Depression, his time spent in the Navy, and the most impactful moment in his life. I learned so much through this experience and look forward to making more...

Thanksgiving interview

Interview with my dad about his childhood and things that are important to him.

Working into Harvard

Francette Kelley never expected to get into Harvard, but it was a welcome surprise. In this interview, James Kelley interviews Francette in Los Angeles California, about her life growing up in Boston in the 80’s. He asks her about her...

Theology Project

We talked about my family and a few things about her work. I learned some thins I did not know about my mom

Interview with Pam Eldridge

Pam Eldridge immigrated to the United States in 2002 with her husband and two (soon to be 3) children. They moved here for her husband's job, but had other personal motives as well. This is her perspective on the immigration...

Alessandra Woo and Rachel Skerritt

Alessandra Woo ('25), an eighth grader at The Boston Latin School, talks with Rachel Skerritt ('95), the head of school, about what it is like to be leading the oldest public school in the nation through 2020.

Racism’s big impact on Boston in 1978

What would happen to a kid who was surrounded by racist people? I, Dante Battista, age 15, interviewed my father, Richard Battista, age 55. This interview was taken in Los Angeles, California, on January 6th, 2020. This interview is about...