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The life of a student athlete. An interview about growing up being a full time student and a part time athlete in high school, Community College and University.
Eli Hulstein (19) interviews his girlfriend, Jessica Miller (18), about her experience as a high school gymnast.
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.
Brooke Kangas (18) talks with her grandmother, Grace Kangas (75) about her childhood growing up speaking Finish and how it has affected her life today.
Rachel Jepson (19) talks to her school friend, Andie (19) about teachers that left an impact on her.
My mother(Chris) talks about her early childhood, her dad, and her experiences growing up.
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.
Alina Sokolova (18) talks to college mate, Bokao Tshoganetso (22) about her journey of asylum seeking in the US from Kyrgyzstan.
Today I interviewed my high-school Chinese teacher Chas MacNeil about his journey through Chinese Language.
A story of a girl discovering herself through a conflict with her best friend at college
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.
Going behind the requirements of what is involved with being in the U.S. military, how you move up and gain knowledge, and how you deal with hardships.
My dad talks about his journey in how he got to be a theologist and a psychologist.
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.
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.
An interview for the Concordia College (Moorhead) Winter Stories Project
Jordan Paulson and her dad talk about growing up in a small town, family and hard experiences in life.
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.
Irma Larson (96) talks with her great-granddaughter, Madison Berndt (19) about the American Legion and growing issues of remembering veterans.
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.
Second portion of the interview.