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Interview with my dad talking about his past memories and things/people that have influenced him in life.
talking to my mom about being a loud child, shoplifting, and loving who you are
My dad gives me some life lessons and tells me about his experience as a parent.
I talked to Dyllan about the process of getting into to building computers. He went into how he starting building and price ranges for products.
Today I got the opportunity to interview my older sister, Emma. The questions are focusing on her past and goals on who she is growing to be.
At first glance, my grandfather Larry Gaston looks like a guy you don't want to mess with. Grizzled grey hair, an ever-present 5 o'clock shadow, war-torn scars on every inch of skin. But underneath the hard exterior lies a man...
High school is different for everyone. Good memories and bad ones, take a peek into Jennifer Tabor's life as a high school student at WLHS 30 years ago.
Senior, Delaney Southards talks Environmental club “Green Society” in this feature interview. Skip to the end to hear how you can join and follow along to hear how you can help our school and why we don’t have composting.
A high school teacher reflects on how parenting and teaching are similar and how one prepares you for the other, the best memories from her life, and her hopes for the future of her family.
An interview I had with my father over Thanksgiving break as part of a journalism unit.
Successful mother tells us how her different childhood shaped her and made her who she is today.
Chip Zeman is the sweetest little guy I have ever met, with the biggest smile on his face at all times. Chip was born with downsyndrome and apraxia, something that makes it very difficult to talk and figure out what...
Nicco Garofalo shares about his relationship with his dad. Not only did Nicco learn to be optimistic from him, he also learned how to make others smile, keep pushing through hard times, and other positive morals.
Nitika and Dinesh Mehta discuss childhood, travel, and what that are thankful for now. Skip to 4:16 to hear what advice they would give their younger selves.
I ask my mom how she reacted when my brother lost his first match at one of his first national tournaments, yet still came back to get third place. I interview her about the emotions felt and the relief of...
It was an Interview of my mom's personal life. She talked about very personal and sentimental things in this interview.
My dad was a very interesting kid. He went on adventures, did sports and made friends as any other kid would. But, he was known as, Deaner, why? We will never know....