Lovely Interview with dad!

During this interview, we got a chance to get closer by going through questions he enjoyed answering for this thankful evening!

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

This is a interview of what it was like growing up in the United States as a immigrant.

Olga Norget interview with Adam J.C. Norget – December 27, 2017

An autobiographical reflection on the life and unique experiences of Olga Norget.

Maggie Wilcox and Gala Korniyenko

Gala Korniyenko, a PhD student at The Ohio State University gives advice to Maggie Wilcox, a first year Master's Student at The University of Kansas, on community building and engagement, urban planning, international development, and life in general.

Studying in Another Country: My Mom and Her College Experience

My mom and I talk about her college experience in Ukraine and how it shaped her into the person that she is today.

My grandmother’s childhood.

My grandmother(mother as interpreter/translator) talks about her childhood living in Eastern Ukraine after WW2.

Boris Mirkin’s Interview

Boris talks about his life in the Soviet Union and his experiences with the people aroun him. Boris contrasts his life in America to his life in Russia and why he believes the world is changing for the better.

Interview with my Grandma

I tried to ask my grandma some questions about her life. She has Alzheimer’s, so it was hard to ask her open ended questions.

Thanksgiving Day chat 2018 with Helen Kuncio Bauman, 89 years young.

Helen Bauman, born of Ukrainian immigrants in 1929 recounts life as a child of the Depression while growing up on a farm in Macungie, PA. She also remembers key moments in history such as her feelings during WWII and the...

My Grandma’s Story

My grandma, Alexandra Olenina, is 63 years old and currently lives in Ukraine. She come to America to visit her daughter and her grandchildren (me and my sisters). In this interview she talks about her life growing up, with a...

Grandma’s Childhood

My Grandmother grew up during World War II and migrated to America when she was 11. She had a very unique childhood and believes that the people of my generation should try to get good, basic education to lay a...

A Ukrainian Immigrant’s Cultural Journey

Over Thanksgiving of 2019, Mia Chuma (15) and her 76-year-old grandmother, Kwitoslava Saluk Paschyn, conversed about Kwitoslava’s journey to America. Mia’s grandmother reflects on her past, how she escaped Ukraine with her parents due to religious and cultural persecution. Reminiscing...

From U.S.S.R. to The West.

I asked my father questions about his immigration from Ukraine to eventually the West, and general questions about his childhood.