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This interview includes information about my mother's childhood, what she values and her hopes or wishes for me. Also, she reveals some of her biggest motivators. She mentions her grandfather and some of her memories or experiences as well. It...
My name is Ethan Mak and I am encompanied by William Mak, my father. My father is a man who is knowledgeable due to his past experiences he overcame. Today I learned how the past can sculpt you into the...
Emily Johnson shares stories from Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Boise about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person's presence can have on another's life.
His life in general. I'd he could change things. And what kind of advice he would offer people
Pearl Brown, now a student at BYUH, grew up in an orphanage in China where she was forced to grow up or face strict, usually physical, punishment.
Roy Disney worked on a movie called Morning Light where they took kids who had never sailed before and trained them for months so they could sail in one of the toughest races in the world of sailing, the transpac....
Emily Johnson shares a story about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person's presence can have on another's life.
In this interview, Emily Lambert (14) interviews her mother Sindy Lambert (37) on November 25, 2017, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mrs. Lambert shares about her childhood and the influences her parents and husband, Chuck Lambert, had on her. She discusses...
In this Interview, my brother informed me of what his childhood was like in comparison to growing up and becoming an Adolescent. We discussed differences in school, parenting and our peers. I found out a lot of good insight on...
A 12 year old boy turns into a police officer. On December 31st Viviana Rodriguez asks her grandfather, Rafael Hernandez, what it was like to start working in such a young age and then eventually transition into being a police...
Elizabeth Medugno talks about her experiences growing up both in Italy as well as the United States. She shares memories, inspiring lessons and even gives advice to future generations. This is a story you will want to hear!
Jawaun Stamps (20) talks to his mentor at Lawndale Christian Legal Center, Heather Saunders (36), about his family, and growing up in the North Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago.
Bruce Dearfield, a student from Marshall University sits down with Dani Boyles to discuss her involvement with a Black Lives Matter protest and her views on systemic racism as a whole for First Year Seminar.
My grandma, Barbara Viviani, had a very difficult life growing up. It all started with her father. He was from Ireland and moved to the United States and met my grandmas mother. They grew up in a very small apartment...
My mother is very grateful for her family and the people that have helped her grow.
Alison and Bridget talk with her children about making the family decision to welcome a newborn into their family. Cash has changed their family for the better and helped their children gain a new perspective on life!
Friends and fellow "Rattlers," Darius Young (42) and Joe Kershaw (73), discuss the work Joe's family has done to keep Florida A&M University open, as well as the work Darius now does to preserve the legacy of those who fought...
Being nineteen and working as an assistant for Steven Spielberg as your first job isn’t something most teenagers get the opportunity to experience. On January 6th, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, Zoey Rukavina, age 15, sat down in her room...
Kevin and Jennifer Trapani talk about their respective upbringings and what they mean to one another.
Janea Snyder (41) interviews her mother, Donna Holmes (62), on her life, her children, her recent prayers, COVID-19, and how she would like to be remembered.