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Sixty-two years together and just as playful as when they first met.
I interviewed Aundrea Cunningham(name of interviewee) for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank...
Carol Bulwinkle was born in Santa Barbra, California and moved to Charlotte North Carolina shortly after she got Polio as a child. The effects still impact her today. She grew up in Charlotte and moved to Charleston, South Carolina when...
We discussed life in college as an athlete, life in the Navy as a commanding officer, and the amazing stories of those times.
Lacey Jenkins (24) will be talking about some personal/professional accomplishments, her greatest influence in life, a teacher that impacted her life, and the COVID-19 pandemic. She will also share her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter demonstrations, how it feels...
She lives on the hill with six sisters and one brother. Parents are in for your best interest.
Mr.Clarke works at a museum in an old slave mart. He educates others about the slave trade in America.
Joe Riley, Mayor of Charleston for 40 years, civil rights activist and Professor at The Citadel interviews longtime friend, Dr. Cleveland Sellers. They talk about what really happened during the Orangeburg Massacre in 1968 and why the event still needs...
Louise Chambers, Stella Tongour’s grandmother recounts some highlights of her life including family, education, travels, and job experience.
In this interview conducted over the phone (in Greenville, SC and Charleston, SC) on November 27th, 2017, Emilie Moore (13) interviews her grandfather about his life and the early life of her father. Mr. Moore shares stories about his work...
This interview talks about my dads life growing up and some of his best and worst memories in his life so far.
Matthew interviews his mom about what it was like growing up in South Africa.
(Part 1 of 2) I talk to my grandma about the family I know and the other side I don’t.