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- English 10
Interviewing my mom’s sister, an aunt of mine that I have always been close with. I found out there is a lot more to her than I thought.
Sebastien and I are starting a new project and we want to explore loneliness in our society, our hypotheses, and our goals for the project.
We talked a lot about his childhood and family. (There was a glitch with the microphone at the end and the rest of the interview was recorded on voice memo.)
In this interview, made on November 23, 2017, Matthew Cullen (13) interviews his dad's dad name Bernie Cullen (81) about his childhood, his marriage, his children, his grandchildren, and other aspects of his life. Bernie revealed many things to Matthew...
“you have to have a really big why, a reason for living. You have to have a why that runs deep enough in you that it makes you cry, that it just totally wrecks you on the inside and drives...
Alex Semper Upton was a camp counselor for several years through many programs and leaderships. In this interview, she talks about becoming a certified lifeguard, putting on fun shows, and working with kids with Cystic Fibrosis. She talks about how...
I sat down with my mom, Marcey Sparenberg, who spoke on behalf of my grandmother, Shirley Sparenberg. She talked about my Grandma and Grandpa's generosity and kindness and how they received something they didn't even begin to expect. This falls...
Discussed her childhood and how her past has shaped her into the person she has become and how it helped her become a singer.
My Auntie Debbie and I discussed how her experiences as a child traveling to family influenced her as to what family should mean to her today.
Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace their...
Grandpa (Bill Orr), shares some experiences in his life and a couple other questions.
Poet Molly Peacock (73) talks with her husband, Michael Groden (73), a James Joyce scholar, about their sixty-year love story that was interrupted for twenty years. They talk about ongoing love, Mike's melanoma, the novel Ulysses, and the parallel lives...