Shirley Marchwick’s Journey from Nursing to Teaching

Shirley Marchwick (67) explains what happened to cause her to become a teacher. She explains what she likes, the obstacles she’s went through, and how she’s felt throughout her life.

Education Perspective From a Teacher of Thirty Years

Here you will hear from Mrs. Johnston, a teacher of thirty years. We touch on how education has evolved, teaching through a global pandemic, and if she thinks education is the right choice for a lifelong career.

The Invisible Injury

Julie Miller discusses her personal experience with a Traumatic Brain Injury and her sisters experience with a severe Traumatic Brain Injury. She addresses the stigma surrounding the invisible, yet prominent injury in today's society.

Part of the community

Wendy Kahler shares her experiences of working at her job in which she helps people with disabilities become active members in the community.

Interview

I interviewed my friend Jaeger Jergensen about his brother getting into a hunting accident, and how it affected him, his brother, and his family.

Rodrigo Sanchez and Eh Lar

Rodrigo Sanchez (18) talks with good friend, Eh Lar (19). The interview showcased the resilience that Lar demonstrated in his journey from a Thailand refugee camp to being able to reach a bachelors degree on a free scholarship in the...

Coach Kyle Bakken the transition from soldier to coach

This is an interview about Kyle Bakken who is the defensive coordinator for Concordia College football team. This interview describes his life as a soldier transitioning to a coach and how his perspective/attitude changed when his job changed.

A Traumatic Accident Left Not Unnoticed

Jessica Pham Interviews her co-worker/friend Noor Agha about her experience battling mental health after a car accident. Join us into knowing more about her family and support while we go in and learn about the struggles behind the accident.

Ruth Hagemeier shares her influential experiences with sewing throughout her life.

Sewing has always been a big an important part of Ruths life. In this interview, she describes why it is meaningful to her and some big projects she's been able to participate in.

Child loss and International Adoption

experience of losing a child from a disease the mother had that led the family to adoption. They later had a healthy child that did not have any issues relating to the disease.

Skye talks about growing up

I interview Skye about her experiences growing up in an unstable household where she had to move around a lot in high school, almost joined the military, and eventually ended up at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.

The Accident that Changed a Life

This interview is about a very close friend of mine who went through a horrible accident. It completely changed her, and her families life.

Learning stories from Mrs. Schmidt

Mrs. Schmidt had a husband who sadly died. But she said that before he died of a sickness she was in the senior choir. She dropped out to take care of her husband. But she had said that he had...

Carly Viland and Her Faith
November 29, 2018 App Interview

Carly was born and raised in the Midwest. She grew up in southern Minnesota on a farm in Hector. This is a family farm that is still owned and operated by her father to this day. About 2 years ago...

My Chinese Teacher and his migration to America.

We talk about his life in China and the United States. And the main differences between both countries. And the feeling of migrating from one country to another.