Rodrigo Sanchez and Eh Lar

Rodrigo Sanchez (18) talks with good friend, Eh Lar (19). The interview showcased the resilience that Lar demonstrated in his journey from a Thailand refugee camp to being able to reach a bachelors degree on a free scholarship in the...

Part of the community

Wendy Kahler shares her experiences of working at her job in which she helps people with disabilities become active members in the community.

Shirley Marchwick’s Journey from Nursing to Teaching

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.

The Invisible Injury

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.

Interview

I interviewed my friend Jaeger Jergensen about his brother getting into a hunting accident, and how it affected him, his brother, and his family.

Sydney Walsh and Her Story

Sydney Walsh explains to me her childhood and what it was like growing up in a small town. She includes information about her life in college and aspiring career to become a dentist. She also has stories to share about...

An interview with Madeline Graddy about her mixed schooling experience.

Within this interview, my roommate Madeline Graddy describes her schooling experience, and how it differs from others because her father was in the airforce. She explains how moving to new places frequently made her schooling life more difficult, and how...

Guy Whitehead talks about his life-altering elk hunting experience.

When elk hunting with a Pueblo Indian guide in 2000, my father, Guy Whitehead, had an unforgettable moment and a decision to make that changed the course of his life.

Jim Krassas Interview

I spoke with Jim Krassas who used to work for General Mills and is now a resident at Ecumen Bethany in Alexandria, MN. Jim got to travel to Tokyo and Panama for his work and experience their cultures.

Luke Young and Kelsey Johnson

In this interview with speech coach Kelsey Johnson, we see the world of speech, debate, and student congress. We learn the misconceptions of speech and the benefits to its participants that are widely unknown.

The Accident that Changed a Life

This interview is about a very close friend of mine who went through a horrible accident. It completely changed her, and her families life.

My Chinese Teacher and his migration to America.

We talk about his life in China and the United States. And the main differences between both countries. And the feeling of migrating from one country to another.