Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Story Corps

I have listened to Story Corps on NPR for several years now. I am always moved by the stories they present. I have often thought it would be a cool experience to record an interview, but it would be hard to pick a person/topic for it. Today I am wondering if there is a way to create a Story Corps type booth here at school and if students and staff would take advantage of it. . . Might be very cool.


  1. I loved his story about his dad and how him and a friend tracked down those people at the Stone Wall. That whole experience changed his life and him and his dad's relationship. I also love the idea of a story corps. I think Mr. Huls would love something like that just because, he is that type of person. He loves to listen and talk. And not all of the stories in the story corp's has to be sad. It could just be a person saying how someone has made a positive influence in his or her life.

  2. I think this just goes to show that there are good people in the world, who look past the circumstances. People can love without looking at their past, and things that make each person different, and love unconditionally. The courage and goodness of people outweighs the bad in the world. He has a wish that if fulfilled could bring the world closer, and bring more kindness and love into the world making it a better place.


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