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I asked my grandma about her childhood and she told me about her life as a military brat. She added many colorful and cute stories.
I interviewed my friend who is an Early Childhood Education Major about her past and what influenced her and what she would do in certain circumstances as an educator that she lived through already.
A couple questions to get more familiar with James my classmate in research in media communications
In this interview, conducted on Thanksgiving Day, November 28th 2019 - Robert High talks about some of the major themes in his life and how Orlando Florida has helped shape him and his family. Giving candid answers and great advice,...
I sat down with Lamar to ask him about, his motivation, trials and lessons from his stints in the Army.
I’m interviewing my grandfather, Dave Carder , about his history and his experience growing up abroad.
A simple, yet personal account of Covid-19 by Marcello Aedo a UCF student from Miami, FL.
As a class project I had the pleasure of interviewing Natasha and I learned about her and her life that I would have never know unless I was close with Natasha which I wasn’t but I know much more now.
My friends and I made 2020 predictions (including the election). We also talked about our New Years resolutions to see if we stick to them!
Discussion of the development of the Pride, Prejudice, and Protest exhibition at the Orange County Regional History Center in collaboration with the GLBT History Museum of Central Florida and how it was both affected by and inclusive of the Pulse...
story of my brothers life
I wanted to understand how a guy I met from Georgia became a Buffalo bills fan.
Parents always want their children to be successful in life. We are never prepared to have our children leave home. How are you supposed to feel when you child tells you they want to serve their country?
I got to know my mom a little better, by asking her questions of her childhood and what it was like.
It's about an American girl's life experience from childhood to a member in the society.
This is the story of my father, Rick Worley, and his navy career as well as his childhood/marriage.
We talked about my father's life as a parent, his job, and his high school experience.
A conversation about success, failures and future goals between two college students.
My mother and I speak of her experiences growing up, immigration, and her current career
Interview to UCF biomedical student.Experiment Sociology Class.