The surprising story of Rebbeca Bonifasio

In this interview Mrs. Bonifasio talks about her education and dreams. Explaining the life of the 1950s and the the role of the Hispanic female. As well as the sad and happy moments she had through out her life. Describing...

Trent Andrews & Ginnie Peters

Springtime is planting season on farms all across the country. The stress of the season can take its toll: farmers have one of the highest suicide rates of any profession in the United States. For more than 35 years, Matt...

Roman Coley Davis & Dan Marek

Private First Class Roman Coley Davis grew up in a small town in South Georgia. After graduating from high school in 2004, he joined the military. By the time he was 20 years old, Roman found himself 7000 miles away...

Fleisher Interview

Informational interview with my dad about his work and advice he has for graduate students.

Russell Wadsworth & Remmick Wadsworth

Russell Wadsworth, 28, and his brother Remmick, 27, have been inseparable their entire lives. They both have autism, and as kids, they had trouble with social interactions. But being just a year apart meant that they always had one another...

The story of John Eads

John Eads has started a ministry in Prichard, Alabama, one of the most violent neighborhoods in the United States. He and his wife are offering bible studies, gang intervention programs, school programs, summer camps and much more to the people...

“I had a dream to be someone”: Rogelio talks about his life in the US

Rogelio, a Richmond community member, talks with Alison about his early struggles, those who helped him succeed in school, and his passion for working hard to accomplish his goals.

Dennis Simmonds & Roxanne Simmonds

On April 15, 2013, two explosives placed near the finish line of the Boston Marathon detonated within seconds of each other, killing three people and injuring over two hundred others. In the days following the attack, a massive manhunt took...

FYS interview about the theme of work with Bethany Runyon by Jonah Suttles

I interviewed Bethany Suttles for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno’s book...

Neoma Farr & Greg Yance

Twenty-five years ago this week, Greg Yance arrived in the tiny town of Niota, Illinois, on the banks of the Mississippi River. He was serving time for a drug conviction and was sent to Niota with a group of inmates...

FYS Interview about the Role of Work with Tiffany Daniel by Amber Wooten

I interviewed Tiffany Daniel for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno’s book...

Interview with Mahmoud

Talking about art, family, being first-generation American and work.

FYS interview about the theme of work with Brian Gallagher by Samantha Dinis

I interviewed Brian Gallagher for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno’s book...

Hannah & Hope Yoder

In this interview I discuss my mom’s industry and life lessons learned along the way.

Working Woman

In this interview I talked to Cheryl Schuman about her job and what she dose.

Susan Reid

Grandparents and her family and how she got to kodiak

My Mother’s Time as a Prosecutor

My mother talks about her time as a prosecutor and gives advice on how to interact with the police.

Interviewing larry

We talked about the life of my father and the major guiding factors in his life

An Interview With My Mom

My mom greatly shared with me about our ancestry in Ireland and England in which I never knew about. We talked about her greatest accomplishments in like and the proudest moment that has happened so far in her lifetime.

Good News….Companies Returning To Job Fairs

Years ago, the San Jose Mercury used to hold Job Fairs at the Santa Clara Convention Center. It was not unusual for there to be 50 companies attending and space was on a first come-first served basis, and rapidly filled...