Always be nice!

Cancer, doing your best and always being nice

Honey

About our mother, Anna Christman Horvath, who passed away from breast cancer at the age of 48.

“There are no knows and there are no guarantees.”

Laura Sierra, a high school photography teacher and single mother of two, talks about her battle against cancer. She explains how the life threatening disease has made her realize what is important in life.

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Jessica Rhodus and Jose Saez

One Small Step participants Jessica Rhodus (46) and Jose Saez Jr. (26) talk about the importance of parenthood, faith, and their differing perspectives on public education.

The Great Thanskgiving Listen with my Papa (Grandpa).

My interview with my Papa(Grandpa) about his life. He has stage 4 pancreatic cancer and I wanted to share his story before he possibly dies.

Jocelyn Saribay and Erlinda Saribay

In this interview conducted on Friday November 5, 2021, I spoke with my grandma Erlinda Saribay aka "Mama Linda" (75) via phone call. We were able to speak about a variety of topics ranging from her childhood memories, to when/how...

Micro 160 Class Project Part 2
November 30, 2019 App Interview

continued talking about our mom being diagnosed with breast cancer

Mock interview

Mock interview for research methods. This is a sample of a couple of questions I'm asking and the route I'm taking.

Jerry Balko’s Thanksgiving Listen

My grandpa was diagnosed with cancer about 3 1/2 years ago. And he has been fighting hard and he has always been and always will be an inspiration to me.

Large Family Christmas Eve 2020

We talked about life, death, our relationships with each other, our fears, and love for one another.

Exhuming the Past and Person of Martina White (Part 4)

In this interview I attempt to unearth the life of my aunt who died at age sixteen through my mother's memories and stories, further adding to the mythology which surrounds her life but also bringing it to terms with reality...

Interview with Mimi

We talked about childhood memories and my mom and great grandparents. We also talked about cancer and what she’s grateful for.

"I think that connections are really important"
January 12, 2017 App Interview

Cervical cancer survivor Jane Fitch shares how important self-care and community support are for those going through cancer treatment. Tina White echoes Fitch's sentiments as she explains how she helped care for a friend's daughter with cervical cancer, and offers...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Nora

Philadelphia Trump Protest during Congressional Retreat Interviews for Women's Reproductive Rights. My friend, Nora McMahon, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer & was able to afford treatment because of the ACA. Nora tells us why she marches. For Nora, the repeal...

Dr. Stephanie Valente

Overview of Dr. Valente’s career and some of her most memorable experiences

ap gov extra credit

For this interview i interviewed my dad. I asked my dad seven different questions, the first question was about his childhood and growing up he told me about how he grew up in Ohio and about how he was the...

Get Lucky and Never Quit

Having a true appreciation for relaxation, Linda Pfeffer speaks with her grandson, Jake Joel, while sitting on the beach in Hawaii on Thanksgiving of 2017. Linda shares an abundance of stories, each with a golden lining, that resonates with Jake...

"It is hard." Reflection on working with cancer patients

Levi Huizenga talks with his mother about working as an oncological nurse, and what's difficult and meaningful about it.

Interview with my mom

This interview between me and my mom was very personal but also very needed to happen.