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This interview is about my mom and I discussing about her immigration to America and her lifestyle.
Morel and Belanger family and Boisseau and Douville family history to their arrival in Whitinsville MA and Robert Bruso’s childhood.
This is a conversation with Dr. Tony Cavallerano, held on January 9, 2019.
Richard Monson's Childhood and some of the many jobs he held during his life.
Pierre and Paige discuss his family history, the move to the U.S. from Lebanon, and compare the two places and his childhood across both of them.
My dad immigrated to the United States from Cape Verde during his teens. I wanted to get his view on what his life was in Cape Verde compared to what it became once he moved here.
My mom and I had an in depth discussion about her childhood and her advice for me and the future generations of our family.
This was a very good experience to share with my father and I’m glad I did it.
A grandfather/ guardian and his granddaughter talk about growing up and relatives.
Friends Helen Marshall ’77 and Sally Greenville ’76 define the “Wellesley Effect” as the backbone of the largest supportive community of women in the world.
I talked with my husband Roy Harris about his book, "Pulitzer's Gold, A Century of Public Service Journalism@
Daughter of a WWI veteran, Helen remembers the rationing of WWII & the service of relatives then and in Korea. After getting her nursing degree she felt drawn to the AirForce reserve. Her 21 years as a reservist are central...
Margo Sulmont ’13 talks with her Wellesley art professor, Daniela Rivera, about how her drawing class helped prepare her for a career in urban planning.
Nancy Blanchard was 44 at the time of the Stonewall Uprising.
We talked a lot about his childhood and what it was like. Then a lot about his mistakes and what we should do to not be like him.
I talked with my stepdad about his life growing up in Hingham, MA, and how his life came to be now in regards to family, school, and his career.
The hardships of a distance drunken dad. My great grandad was kinda distance and not around involved in the kids life.
Jean Hynes ’91 and Jeanne Emanuel ’91 commemorate their lifelong friendship, and the relationships fostered during their time at Wellesley.
In this interview I talked with Alex about race, which he expanded upon in regards to how he likes to be part of the solution and how everybody can help to make a change.