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I met Nick on the third day of Kindergarten. He was my best friend until he moved at the end of 8th grade. That same year, Nick came out publicly as Transgender. Nick continues to be very open about discussing...
I interviewed my two uncles and my mom about their experience being in LA when the Rodney King riots occurred.
Shelli describes how she emotionally developed from a brain injury that left her in a wheelchair and what helped her overcome the struggles associated with her injury.
I interviewed my uncle Tim Kasper on his life and his adventure with the musical group The Blenders. He discussed his life values and what he's learned with being in The Blenders. The recording got screwed up for the first...
In the interview you will hear about how my mom spend her life as a sports person. She was once ranked number two for womens soft tennis in Nepal. After spending her young life as a player, she has now...
Mykal talks about his experiences on his missions trip and what values he learned from it.
This is an interview with my best friend-Sam. He did skiing，scuba diving，sky diving，photographing and other pretty cool things from his experiences.
My cousin and her husband lived in a van for about 9 months
This is a life story interview I conducted for my Local Lives class at Concordia College. I interviewed Darlene Gryskiewicz, a local resident of the Fargo-Moorhead area. I chose to interview her to learn more about the Fargo-Moorhead area, and...
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.
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.
Katie Kringstad talks about her journey with God and finding her purpose in life.
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.
Sydney discusses how her family impacted her and the lessons she has learned through experiences. She talks about how a broken home has made her stronger and how it has helped her in relationships. She also talks about her new...
Carol talked about how education had always had a huge impact on her life and how she ended up having a career in education.
The interview is taken in Concordia College (Minnesota) on February 19, 2019. It is about Nolan Christensen's background follow by how he started doing Cross Country transition from baseball which was his childhood sport. Nolan Christensen is currently a freshman...
If you know Randy Block, then you know that he is a survivor of an explosion when he was at work. If you do not know Randy then this is an opportunity to hear about where he worked and how...
Carole didn't have a normal childhood growing up, and so she had to adapt to each different situation that she found herself in with her family, so that she and her siblings could live the best life possible.
Grandma Rhoda tells about her life as a nurse and some struggles that came along with it.
Greg Byer provides insight in his on his time spent in the US Army including his initial experiences at basic training, his deployment in Germany, and his time spent in Operation Desert Shield. He also shares how these experiences shaped...
I sat down with Samantha Keifer to speak about what it's like growing up in a small town and transitioning to a bigger city to start a career.
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.
Hailey and Nancy Bruns dive into life in the 60's and some of Nancy's most memorable stories.
Discussion on the differences of growing up in the 40s compared to the 2000s, with my Grandparents, who would like to keep their names anonymous.