By Emily Gilmer I sat down with fellow classmate and dear friend of mine Allan Bush, whose mother’s side of
Time for another class exercise with six-word stories to reflect on diversity and identity. Understanding. Curious. Passionate. Believer. Loving. Brazilian.
By Paige Webb Allison Webb is a fourth-grade elementary school teacher. She has been teaching for a total of 18
By Michael Gifford Gillian Gifford is currently finishing her senior year of undergraduate studies at Oakland University. She will be
By Isabella Lucci A first generation American, Sonia Lucci has made quite the career and family for herself. She graduated
A Fall 2019 cohort of students in Elementary Education, with an Early Childhood Concentration, completed their last course, EC 3330.
By Allan Bush My immigration story isn’t so much my own, but my mother’s. She and her family fled Iraq
By Elaina Joncic I’ve lived in America my entire life. My parents and grandparents were immigrants. My father’s side immigrated
Amanda Silvestri interviewed Logan Fletcher on her views about diversity. DIFFERENT AS: How would you describe yourself as a person
Five Oakland University students describe their identities in six words. Below are their six-word stories, along with short reflections on