Anushka and Abigail talk about engineering, siblings, sushirritos, and everything in between. “We’re both adults now.”

Abby, my future roommate, and I talk about things we have in common, such as engineering student struggles, and things that differ between us, such as cultural stigmas. We talk about our sibling dynamics, our favorite foods, and our past...

For My Loving Father

My dad is definitely one of the few people that I connect with interpersonally and have deep philosophical conversations with. I wanted him to share part of his story with me and the rest of humanity.

How is Life? My Mom & Me discuss Life

In this interview, I have a general conversation with my mom on our views on life and especially my life in the US. We discuss areas we need to improve on and qualities of each other that we admire. It...

“I was looking for…adventure…”

Service is always at the core of Father Stuart Wilson-Smith’s adventures and musical pursuits. He says that from the time he was young, he wanted his life to be focused on helping others. It was later that he decided that...

“What Are You?”

Many believe that struggles with being biracial only include having to choose between two identities, but it is much more complicated than that. From both sides, whether it be from both a minority group or white culture, individuals tend to...

Carlos Arante – A Nursing Student in William Patterson

In this interview, I talk to my brother (and his girlfriend) about his experiences as an undergrad student and what advice he would give to himself on his career, friendships, and education.

Spicing up life

Suburban childhood to journeying and serving around the country to studying, Air Force ROTC, and being a part time superhero.

Ted McDonald’s Journey

My dad has learned many lessons in life, sad, happy, traveling. Moving to a different country can be hard but he’s very happy with his journey.

Noah and Sai Talk About Rutgers History and Snowmen

We discussed Sai’s interests and classes, as well as the giant snowman we built and interesting facts about Rutgers history.

A Morning Coffee and an Evening Chai

As an international student at RU, my parents live 8 hours ahead of me, in terms of time difference. This geographical distance makes every minute I talk to them important, no matter how mundane the conversation may seem. While I...