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Mattison Joyner (18) discusses her life with me NaKyah Wooten(20). We discussed her growing up, where she sees herself in the future and how she is now
My name is Nate Shuman and I am in 12th Grade at the Dalton School in NYC. I started The Joy Project to create a space where individuals can listen and share what brings them joy and makes them happy....
Doris talks about her incident. life with her friends and how she went to the casino once on Christmas. She also talks about her children. She even talks about ditching school!!
Dan’s reflections on his childhood, Teri Ercole, childhood friends Aaron Guche and Tim Obzud, his brother and sister, and his time at Pitt and Deloitte. And he also fondly referenced his current relationship with Dominique Vitale.
Jason Barefoot speaks with his mother about their most fond memories of Decatur, what makes someone or something "quintessentially Decatur" and, how Decatur has informed their life experiences.
"Relinquishment. We were relinquished. I’d never thought about that before and it’s really powerful." Two adult adoptees discuss their friendship, their podcast, and their feelings around adoption.
A group of friends coming together to laugh and discuss what high school was like and how they feel about it.
Three high school juniors converse about the disorder around the pandemic, the importance of friends, exercising, and the impact of Covid-19
He said what advice he would give his teenage self. We then talked about some of his best childhood memories.
Laura Troutman, age 18 Taylar Kline, age 20 college friends we discussed Taylar’s life
Maggie Kane, 16 years old, interviews her grandma, Joyce Regan. She talks about her childhood and family.
This interview was about Shirley Chavez. This interview talks about her life. This interview was recorded by Leo Chavez, at Berwyn IL.
This is a engaging conversation between me and my sister about life experiences and feelings.
This conversation was between Xavier Nguyen and Tara Dietz. Both go to Virginia Tech and have been friends for a while. They met up at their local student center to briefly catch up on all the things they’ve done.
Me, Emmaline Holoch, is interviewing my mom, Kristin Holoch a reproductive endocrinologist who works at KU medical center, who will unveil the stories of how she came to be and what she had to sacrifice.