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I interview my Grandma about her relationship with our family, her transition from Peru to America, and more.
I interview my dad about his early life living in a small town in Peru, and his journey moving to the United States. He also talks about some of his ideas on the idea of life.
We talked about just his past and memories that truly stuck with him even until now. Discussing his past influences, we were able to connect over the still relevant topics in society today.
How special Adela Rojas is, and why she should be remembered in history.
An interview with Monica Mora (in Spanish) discussing her favorite memories here in the United States, her aspirations in life and her thoughts on today’s controversial topics.
We spoke about my mom’s life in New Orleans, and in Peru. Then we spoke about my life in Orange County and how mom and I have seen OC change!
It was a fun experience listening to my grandma about her child hood
My mother talked about her childhood, the transportation she used regularly, how she contributed to agriculture in her village, and mainly the environment she grew up in. She also talked about the technology available at the time and how she...
My mom and I talk about how she grew up and how she tried her best to raise us better than she was raised. She also provided me with some advice for my life and lessons she learned that she...
I, Luis Barrantes, interview my step-father about his career choices and voting beliefs. We discussed his past and current careers. Then, dove into his dream careers and why. We discussed my step-fathers’ father and his career when he moved to...
Interview with Occupational Therapy Professor and Global Advocate for feeding disorders Dr Kate Barlow
Growing up during the Depression, family stories, St. Norbert College,
A little over a fifteen minute interview with my Papaw, my grandpa on my father’s side of the family, about his agricultural career from his childhood all the way up until present day in the afternoon on Saturday November 30th...
At the age of 14, Sixto was ready to enjoy a Catholic celebration in his hometown, Junin, Peru. On his way to his father’s cottage, he found a dead body. This is his story.
My dad has told me many stories about his travels, but much of the time he has frequently been cut short or never gets to finish. So I wanted to take some time and get the full story of one...
Moments with my mother have always been deep and meaningful. Most of the stuff I asked her I had already known. We talked about childhoodsand memories of passed regrets and blissful moments one could never forget.