From Where I Stand

Visuals: Dave Bergeland
Audio: Ken Downey Jr., Emina Lukarcanin, Chinedu Onyemaobi

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Audio essays by students in Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Robin Fisher’s narrative journalism class. Photo portraits by David Bergeland. 

Emina Lukarcanin

Emina Lukarcanin

2:23

Chinedu Onyemaobi

Chinedu Onyemaobi

2:29

Ken Downey Jr.

Ken Downey Jr.

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