Struggling to Write an Essay! Here Are 3 Tips for You
September 26, 2018 App Interview

Have you been writing essays for a number of years? If yes, then a time may have come in your life when you will be thinking: I cannot write more essay assignments anymore. So, you feel that your writing ability...

Interview with Melanie Escobar & Grandma Maria Eulogia Urbina

I was joined by my mom to interview my grandma. We talked about her childhood and he favorite memories of her children and life overall.

Dreams can come true.

My cousin Mehak loved Pakistan. There are lots of things she had to leave behind like her home she grew up her friends and memories. One major even that occurred in her life was coming to America. Here, she can...

Sudan Civil War: A Family’s Experience

This interview was done in Claremont on Tuesday May 22, 2018. I interviewed Francis Wani who immigrated to the United States during the war to escape the violence in Sudan. Now he is president of a charity that helps immigrants...

Transition for an Irish Immigrant into the U.S Medical Law Community

Ronin interviews Leisa for details on her decision to move to the United States and become a doctor of medicine and lawyer there, leading to a discussion on how one should follow their passions in life.

Dr. Isaac Jung. Ph.D. about composite material, specialize in Mechanical Engineering. Taught 30 years at St Martin’s University.

The competitions and having skills to finding a job. Experience weapons development research engineer for 14 years. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Covid-19. The motive behind teaching all these years. Would you study while your in the emergency room?

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

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

The Life of Herman van Beek

The life and family of Herman van Beek, my grandfather. He was born in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and grew up during the second Word War under German control. He moved frequently, going to Argentina and Mexico, where he learned English...

The Great Thanksgiving Listen with Julie

I talked with my grandmother in law, Julie, about her experiences working for USA Today as one of the first female reporters to take on the world of sports.

Everybody's Dying for Bubble Gum!

I interviewed my close neighbor Phyllis Matthews, and asked her questions about her childhood and what it was like growing up in the US. She grew up during the Great Depression, and explained what her family was like and some...

Interview with John Wilkirson (Vietnam Veteran)

Julia Oliveira is a Freshman at Berry College. Hannah Cunningham is her roommate from Arizona. John Wilkirson is Hannah’s grandfather, a Vietnam Veteran. Around minute 26, John tells a very emotional and touching story while he was in Vietnam. God...

Nicholas Corral and Stanley Lok

Nicholas Corral (14) asks his uncle Stanley Lok (59) about his life, the news, and moves for work.

Dominic Infante: My Story

A basic story about my current life state. (Sorry if my voice is a bit uncomfortable, it always sounds like that on video)

Interview with Amparo Nader

Interview with Amparo Nader about her life in Quito, Ecuador as a teenager and then in the United States as an adult.

Interviewing my Father About Life in India and Coming to the United States

In this interview conducted on December 31st, 2017, sixteen year-old Malini Correa talks to her father, Sanjay Correa (60) about his life growing up in India, school, and his process of immigrating to the United States. He describes his family,...

“I tried and I Love You.”

Michael Viechweg (finally) interviews his mother Teresa Viechweg! Teresa describes her family and childhood in Grenada, W.I., her life in Canada (plus travels), and her faith in God.

Interview with my uncle Gaby

I interviewed my uncle Gaby Abou Jaoude today. He talked about his life, his children, and about his past. I would like to thank my uncle for doing this with me.