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- Changes In Education 160
- Teachers 16
- Childhood memories 15
- High School 11
- Immigration Stories 11
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- Archive Oologah 5
- Adelphi Uneversity 1
- Air Force Association NYS Chaplain 1
- American Legion Melvin Post 1231 Chaplain 1
- AWSNA 1
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It was a great interview with my uncle who has been a role model for me. I had told me a lot of good things and his struggles in his life. I had told me a lot of great things...
Asked questions about my grandmother’s life and what she experienced.
This is about my dads past and how he would have improved it.
This is an interview about my classmate’s opinions on being a part of the Wright State community.
Kathryn di Giovanni looks back on America during her 101 years - race relations, the empowerment of women and how to survive crippling loss. An amazing positive take on life from a remarkably sharp and articulate 101 year old woman.
We talked about his plan and how he became a business management.
The interview was about education and to say that their is always other ways to get your education.
Carlos is one of the head supervisors at Kids club. Kids club is a safe haven for kids who come from low income families, all of which are predominately Latino. Carlos shares his story and passion in educating the Latino...
We talked about family and Henry’s personal life. We also spoke about his professional life.
Melvin Taylor (49) asks his associate Doris Green about her career as an ethnomusicologist, her creation of Greenotation (an integrated score of percussive music and dance notation), and the time she spent traveling in Africa to learn more about the...
My Grandad Bob has many interesting stories. During the interview, I’ve learned that my grandad wasn’t allowed to serve in the military because of his eyes, suffered in school because of his eyes and living during the great depression and...
My aunt tells me of family history, and the women in my family who went to college during the Great Depression.
Changes about technology over the years of Macdonald life's
In this interview, I talked with my high school American History and Government teacher, Mr. Ward. We discussed navigating challenges in the classroom, building & navigating curriculum, & how American history should be taught.
We talked about Mr. Martin’s education and how he got into teaching others.
My mother and I discuss the differences between growing up in the Midwest and east coast, as well as Rutgers when she was a student and Rutgers now as an alum and current grad student. We also touch upon her...
A discussion about the death of Laura's mom and immigrating from Germany
I interviewed my granny about her childhood and how things such as the Civil Rights Movement and poverty affected her education and childhood to now.