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Ashley interviews her past high school teacher Ms Murray at Hudson High School in March 2020 to talk about her educational and travel experiences. In this interview Ms Murray goes into depth about her stories of becoming a teacher, her...
In this interview I explore Breanna’s life and also her thoughts on a pressing global issue.
My Father, Tooraj Badie, recants his childhood in Iran, and describes his journey to America.
In this interview, I was able to ask questions regarding certain life perspectives and see what different views a friend had that may or may not be similar to myself.
Childhood stories and personal life of the interviewee was talked about in the interview
In this interview, Erin interviews her mother about growing up in a religious family in Greeley and the time culture shock she experienced when she moved to Baltimore for college. Her mother shared stories about her travels to Mexico and...
Interview with my grandmother about how she moved around during her childhood. We also talked about how she loves to travel and the amazing places she has been.
Nel Steffens (70) talks with her husband, Steven Steffens (69), and their daughter, Victoria Steffens (32), about their experience of COVID-19 and their memories of family travels.
Cheryl Telford (71) and her niece Alicia Assini (35) discuss their close relationship and bond.
My mother and father went on a backpacking trip when they were younger. It was a very impactful experience for them.
interview of Prof. John Liffiton of Scottsdale Community College
Mary’s life was full of adventure from living on a ranch to being stationed over seas
I ask questions to my mom about her journey to Milwaukee from Mexico.
The interview basically talked about my mom and how growing up was for her as a Chinese person coming to America and having below average English skills.
We were discussing general things about my aunt’s life overseas and what she learned
Max reflects on his 5-week adventure in New Zealand earlier this year. "Sweet as!"