Interview with my girlfriend

I interviewed my girlfriend and one of my oldest friends because I wanted to know a little more about her perspective. Devin and I have been friends for over 15 years and have recently begun a romantic relationship. This interview...

Batman Papi

A conversation between Paola and Brandyn!!

Marilyn

Marilyn Ballard True talks about her life growing up in Owen county Kentucky and Charlestown Indiana.

A feminist rant & emotional conversations

my best friend Taylor and I dig deep about what it’s like growing up as woman, her role models, struggles, and threats our administration have been making against women

Three generations on growing up as a woman.

Mary Catherine Hustoles, Mary Beth Hustoles and Ilana Jakubowski discuss generational differences of growing up as a woman.

FYS Interview about the theme of Legacy with Brenda Curry by Angela Harshbarger. Brenda Curry, A Professional Women in the 1970s

I interviewed Brenda Curry for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno's book...

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Farida Rafique and Mia Raquel
Private

This interview is private.

Alice “Putty” Willets. A Swarthmorean Life.

Alice "Putty" Willets grew up in Swarthmore, and has lived here nearly 100 years. She is interviewed by her former gym class student who is now also a senior citizen, Barbara Bernhardt. Putty taught gym for decades. She was on...

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Laurie Feldman and Dan Franden

Spouses Dan Franden (61) and Laurie Feldman (64) discuss how feminism, raising sons and retirement has impacted their lives and marriage.

The Truths of Bertille Terri Schantz

I interviewed my biggest role model and mother, Terri Schantz. Terri grew up in democratic rural Iowa with a politically active and very republican mother and a father who was a world war 2 veteran. She learned and abided by...

Interview with Martha Seymour

My Nana is a very interesting person. She has many stories to tell. She was once a tomboy, and she had supportive parents. She liked to play outside.

“How were women treated when you were growing up?”

I had a discussion with my 68 year old grandmother about what it was like growing up in an time where women were not thought as equals to men.