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- East English 1010 39
- LDS church 8
- AISU 4
- East English 1010/2018 4
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 3 69 more
Anthony Ford discussed his recollections of attending and playing basketball at the Maggie Walker High School. He also discussed his genealogy which includes enslaved ancestors as well as Confederate ancestors.
Jonas Hedberg speaks upon a very scary experience in Utah where he and 3 other friends avoided what could have been a very difficult situation
Some fun childhood memories of my dad, the LDS mission he served in the Philippines 1979-1981, and dating/choosing to marry Mom.
This is my dads life and what he was like as a child. Also what his life is like now and some memories of me.
Stories from their lives and the lives of their children living in Lehi, American Fork, and Orem, Utah from the 1950's to today.
The life of Jim McConnell and those of the people whose lives he’s been a part of.
While interviewing my mom, Michelle Quist, we talked about her early childhood and adult years and her biggest influences.
Kalolaine Palei (30) and her friend Louisa Tali (26) talk about losing their fathers and how those losses have changed them. They also talk about their careers in healthcare fields and the importance of prioritizing taking care of themselves mentally...
In this interview I (17) interview my mother, Nellie Walker (45) about her life from childhood up to now. She and I discuss her experiences as a parent, our roots as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day...
Teacher Interview May 2019. Trevor is an Art Teacher at AISU
Mark Littlefield. Gotcha Cutoff Avalanche. Words of Wisdom.
Kaden talks to his stepmom about her life and what it was like being a stepmom in a relationship with kids already there. He learns a lot about what she did growing up and what it's like living with arthritis...
One Small Step conversation partners Shon Hopkin (47) and Jan Saeed (61) have a conversation about their work with the Courageous Pluralism Project and the need for interfaith dialog.
Colleen Mahoney (89) is interviewed by her daughter, Nancy Mahoney [no age given], about her parents, attending college during the 1940s and '50s, and her journey from a Republican ideology to a Liberal one.