December 31, 2018
How a reporter was born. The story of a furrier father, Farrel Foundry, an odyssey from Brooklyn, Oregon, Japan to Africa.

A wife turns the tables on her journalist husband, interviewing him about his earliest impulses to write, how he decided to relocate at age 18 from the East Coast to the Pacific Northwest and how their intertwined lives evolved into...

Grant Stubenhofer New-Media Project (NPR Story Corps)

I (Grant Stubenhofer) Interview my grandmother Anita Coombs on the mass media.

Nothing that I can really tell you…

My uncle grew up in Arlington Virginia and enjoyed his life. when he grew up he became a self employed bricklayer.

Interview with Randy and Suzanne Irby

Interview was taken in Oxford Mississippi on November 21st of 2018. Randy and Suzanne Irby (my grandparents) are a married couple with lots of stories about them. Even before they were married! The explain things such as when/where they were...

Archive Oologah- Faith and John Wylie

Jamie and Madison of Archive Oologah interview John and Faith Wylie, a couple whose lives were shaped by journalism– which in turn allowed them to shape Oologah by running the local paper.

The New News

I’m currently a college sophomore interviewing my mother about how the news has changed from when she was my age to today. With more channels, 24-hour news cycles, and infinite more ways of consuming the news, it’s interesting to sit...