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- Poudre school district 6
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- City of Fort Collins 2
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Flora interviews Mrs. Griffey, her orchestra teacher, about music, her upbringing, and shares some fun stories from middle school.
This is a short story about how I got my first job as a shoeshine boy downtown Fort Collins and having a vision of becoming the Mayor Fort Collins through shining shoes.
Kinard Middle School namesake, Hal Kinard, talks about growing up and why he became a teacher.
Charlie is an older gentlemen who has been volunteering with the Fort Collins Natural Areas as a Master Naturalist for several years. We chat briefly about generational use of recreation spaces and the joys of educating the public on local...
Sharing a personal story about having a vision becoming the mayor of Fort Collins Colorado well shining shoes as a kid.
I (23 years old) interview my mom (58 years old) about what life was like before the Internet! I’m a student at VCU majoring in journalism and this interview is for my Mass Communications class. I hope you enjoy!
All things work together for good Is a lighthearted story about my basketball coach in junior high school who was able to see the good while everyone else saw the bad during a basketball game.
Tom's experiences as a professor of Fiber Arts at Colorado State University and a practicing professional artist.
An exclusive interview with Psychology professor Ernie Chavez regarding the evolution of media delivery over time and how media conglomerates have developed.
Middle school teacher Dave Meuret shares some of his memories from growing up as Josh Herring, his student, interviews him.
I was asked the question, what were your favorite toys as a child? The story talks about the simplicity of toys that were my favorite ones that captivated my imagination and creativity.
Emma Grace and teacher Matt Raugewitz reminisce about 6th grade math, growing up, and think about life and being a teacher.
7th grader Laurie sits down with Diane Louk to talk about growing up, her time as a nurse, and how they've both grown through their years at Kinard Middle School.
Teacher Andy Graham and his former student Ally Herring reminisce about 6th grade English, Mr. Graham's first days of teaching, and everything in between.