Ashley and I

we talked about what it was like growing up

How communication evolved over my lifetime – a MASC 101 project

Professor Rader describes her relationship with forms of communication and media over the years.

Ed talks about the role comic books have played in his life.

Ed and Kaitlyn discuss childhood memories, comic books, and all the different ways to measure wealth in one’s life.

Claudia and Kaitlyn talk about childhood, mindfulness, and parenting.

Claudia reflects on her childhood and the importance of family in her life. She shares lessons from parenting, mindfulness, and teaches Kaitlyn the concept of “self-talk”.

Roxie talks about the importance of giving back.

Roxie reflects on the influence her family has had in her life, the importance of volunteerism, and her life as an experiential learner.

Joe shares his childhood struggle of trying to use scissors as a left-handed individual.

Joe Swanson, also know as “Trophy Joe”, is an artist and skateboarder extraordinaire. We discusses childhood memories and what it was like to grow up as an introverted lefty in Richmond.

“The hardest person to come out to was myself” Siobhan and Erin interview Anne and Mary

Anne and Mary have been married 30 years. Their niece Siobhan and her wife Erin interview them about their journey coming out to themselves and their families and building their lives together.

"After the first year, it got easier to sell." – Bill Thistlethwaite on creating the Meltdown Ice Festival in Richmond, IN

Bill and Alison talk about why the Meltdown Ice Festival is special, what makes it different, and how the visiting carvers embrace this small Midwestern town in the dead of winter.