College Students Record The Lives Of Alzheimers Patients Before Its Too Late

Over the course of the fall semester, more than a dozen Bowdoin students met regularly with elderly people to hear them talk about their lives. They listened to stories of what it was like to grow up during World War II and of how they met their spouses. They heard tales of weddings, children, moving and setting up new homes, of moments both joyful and sad.


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