BoiseSpeaks: "The ability to see a different way is life-changing."

Emily Johnson shares stories from Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Boise about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person’s presence can have on another’s life.

growing up with israel

There were floods of immigrants, widespread war, and inescapable poverty, yet she still cherished every moment of her childhood. Jordan Ben-Yehuda interviews her grandmother Nitza Ben-Yehuda as she discusses her unusual childhood as an Israeli citizen. At 12:30 she talks...

Looking For A Better Life

A 12 year old boy turns into a police officer. On December 31st Viviana Rodriguez asks her grandfather, Rafael Hernandez, what it was like to start working in such a young age and then eventually transition into being a police...

What It Takes to be a Parent

Being nineteen and working as an assistant for Steven Spielberg as your first job isn’t something most teenagers get the opportunity to experience. On January 6th, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, Zoey Rukavina, age 15, sat down in her room...

English Project

I interview my mom on her work/home life

Life as an Orphan in China

Pearl Brown, now a student at BYUH, grew up in an orphanage in China where she was forced to grow up or face strict, usually physical, punishment.

Attitude of Gratitude Waring

My mother is very grateful for her family and the people that have helped her grow.