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- DCDS 15
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- Parchment Community Library 10
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Morgan discusses the personal impacts of the climate crisis and how it impacts her mental health, induces stress, and reduces her attentional capacity for other things. We then discuss effective ways to deal with the exacerbated stress and cope with...
We discussed how the climate crisis and resource descent relates to attention fatigue and stress. Andrew shared his insights about how people can cope with the anxiety brought about the climate crisis, and technic that he has used personally.
In this interview, conducted on November 28, 2021. Mya,11, interviews her cousin, Jade Bayones,23, about her favorites things growing up. Jade shares her favorite teachers in high school, subjects, and more. This interview was conducted for a project for psychology...
A conversation with my Great -Grandparents about growing up
An interview my my great-uncle Greg from Michigan.
Marisa Shively, 20, interviews her housemate Leeanna Ruegg,18, who is in her second year at Eastern Michigan University on November 29th 2021, about her adolescent experiences and her future goals. This interview is an assignment given by Dr. McCarroll for...
In this conversation, Shivani and Anjali discuss the work that has taken place over the past 10 years to get us where we are today in 2030. Shivani provides some insight into building up local food systems.
John Delisa and Cameron Scharff discuss a hypothetical change in behavior for a town in northern Michigan in 2030 to help combat climate change. This includes changes both small and large for folks from different socioeconomic backgrounds.
Nancy Volmer (62) and her nephew Josh Volmer (34) share the story of how they began living together after Josh's father passed away and his mother began struggling with schizophrenia.
One Small Step partners Mandakini Brophy (26) and Pearl S. (19) talk about adoption, identity, and mental health. They reflect on the lasting impacts of their childhood and religious experiences.
I interview 11th grader Yousef about his life and ask some qeneral questions about his interests and upbringing.
I (Taylor, 15) interviewed my dad (Christian, 40) about some questions of his past. We talked about me as a child, and my dad in high school.
Accomplishments in life with family.
I interviewed Kendall Brown and asked her how she wants to be remembered. She says she would like to be remembered as someone who made a big change to one area in life.
Awarded the Legion of Honor on the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Norm Grossman, now 92, shares stories of war, life and love.
Marine Corps Veteran Jerry Brunner shares stories why he joined the Marines and his service experience.
Our history teacher made us interview eachother and we had some fun
I interviewed my grandmother who moved from Italy to the U.S. in the 1950s.
In this interview, Mikaiah Holbrook (15) interviews her grandma Phyllis Holbrook (60), located in Flint, Michigan. Mrs. Holbrook shares her experiences as a child and tells about what it was like having ten siblings with two strict parents. She explains...
Mrs. Harris talks about carreer, life decisions, and life advice
For the StoryCorps assignment in English Class, I interviewed my grandfather from my mom’s side.
The life is Harold Arthur penny. Interviewed at age 86 years old.