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#5: Difficult conversations

The part of Simon Sinek’s TEDTalk that interested me the most was what he said about leaders versus those who...

#4: Mapping my thought process

March for Black Women – Blog Post #2

In 1995, the Million Man March was held in Washington, D.C to support black men across the United States. It’s...

#3: So, what’s the story?

The issue of LGBTQ+ rights, specifically within schools, in a complicated one. After my interviews, I was especially interested in...

#2: Making a plan

Leaving the gathering, I had many ideas and topics I wanted to explore. I was planning to interview people about...

Final Post: Change Is Possible

Self-Direction I already knew my topic since I was continuing it and I used the same emotional and statistical points...

Final Post: Thank you

What’s the Story? has been ( I will just plainly say it) the most beneficial class I have ever taken....

March Retreat: My Brain is a Delicate Ecosystem That’s on Fire.

What’s the Story isn’t just another thing you join and then forget about, skipping meetings and not doing the work....

Productive week

My group met at CVU last week, where Grace and I planned to film the first video of the web-series....

First Priority

Happy New Year everyone! Well that’s the expectation at least, but in reality I haven’t had the happiest first couple...

December Retreat: Excited for the Future

I didn’t accomplish everything I would have liked to over the past four weeks, however I worked with Eva to...

#8: Opening up a world of possibilities…

Here is a link to my slide-show. I want schools to be a safe and inclusive environment for students of...

#6: A Work In Progress

Breaking Binary Mind Map Although I put everything I can think about for now, I would like to think of...

#5: What’s next?

I have been struggling with this week’s blog post because I feel like I know enough about the topic so...

#4: We aren’t the first

When I sat down to watch Simon Sinek’s Ted-Talk, I wasn’t in the best mood. My laptop had broken and...

#3: Food Distribution, Drugs in High Schools, and Transgender Bathrooms

To being my third blog post, I had to decide upon a number of adults that I respected enough to...

#3: “What is gender?”

I started out this week by thinking about some thoughtful questions and sending them to teachers, almost immediately after I...

#3 If You Choose Silence, You’re Choosing the Side of the Oppressor

The woman stumbles up to the counter, her hunched body draped in layers of clothes that look as if they...

#2: Breaking Binary 2.0

As of now, we still have so much momentum with our topic. As it’s my second year, I have a...

#2: Issues of Social Inequality

When I applied for What’s The Story, I believed I wanted to research the healthcare system in Vermont, and figure...

#1: Bill and Tim Run My Life

I am here because after a year of research, writing, and documenting, there is still more I have to say....

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