One of the many things that I love about the WILL Oral History project is the opportunity to listen to so many stories. Previously, I didn't think I'd be able to hear so many interviews as an intern. I heard about some interviewees and their stories in meetings after pre-interviews beginning almost a year ago. Interns are also given the opportunity to listen in on the subbie's interviews, which is another great opportunity. Additionally, I did an intern-led interview, which was probably my favorite listenting experience. It was so cool to be back in the room conducting an interview. I'm so excited to hear the Moores in the radio documentary! This summer, I also read through two transcripts, picking my favorite pieces from them (which was extremely hard because I loved ALL of the interview). I'm so surprised by how many opportunities I've had this year to hear from various people throughout the community. And I'm so happy that I will be able to hear more this year on both projects! I know this blog post was pretty short and sweet, I just thought I'd share one of my favorite things about this project.

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