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CSA’s that didn’t go according to plan and the benefits of the local food system beyond that of the actual food.
I sat down with my roommate Catherine to discuss her family’s relationship with local food and her thoughts about the importance of eating locally in promoting sustainability.
Advice about mortality and living life to the fullest.
Tyler days that his best childhood memory is riding on the tandem with Grandma and getting McDonald’s pancake platter.
We talked about my participant playin gc basketball at his grannies house and he broke his finger
I interview my dad on his childhood and memories he thinks are significant to him
17 Year Old Brian Hurst Interviews his dad, Joe, in Traverse City, MI, where they were both rlborn and raised. Joe dispenses valuable knowledge and zen viewpoints for the price one one (1) Nestle Toll House chocolate chip cookie.
The world and the changes within after 9/11 from the perspective of two young, artistic college students in 2001.
An in depth interview with the life of teacher/husband/father, Walter Wyniemko.
The topic that we talked about was the attack of 9-11. We talked about how my mothers day went and the feelings she and others had while she watched this even on television
Lisa M. Pasbjerg (53) talks with her employer Mona Hanna-Attisha (42) about the work they do with the Flint Registry, the significance of the community standing up and advocating for itself, the effects of the water crisis, the importance of...
Middle Schooler Chris Wright explains what life is like in modern America
This interview is for an assignment in my interpersonal communications class. I interviewed my 42 year old cousin, Morgan McCullough, about her childhood.
Louis spoke about his father and his memories and admiration for his father Harold Milton Joannes.
This talks about my brother’s change from Middle school to Highschool, and his ambitions and hobbies.
Daniel Hummel (38) talks with his friend and brother in faith Adil Mohammed (58) about Daniel converting from Catholicism to Islam, the lack of inclusion in parts of his community, his desire to take part in local government, his experience...
Ada Mae Eikhoff 100 speaks with her son Carl Eikhoff 73 and her grandson Sean Eikhoff 23 about her life over the last 100 years
My dad talks about his experiences growing up in India. He also explains about his beliefs about Hinduism and religion.
Our experiences here at Distinctive College Prep 1st year. How our students have grown and blossomed this school year.
...the story of a transplant living, loving and surviving loss in the OC.
While on a relaxing trip to Muskegon Mi, our family decided to take a trip to salt lake and rent a dune buggy. Although we all thought the trip was tons of fun, some didn’t think so.